Ironman exploits

On the Ironman front both Yvette Grice and Matt Dowle and have been busy over the weekend with podium finishes in their respective Ironman races.

Matt Dowle 3rd at the The Bastion Ironman

Yvette Grice 3rd at the Vitoria Ironman in Spain

TeamBW weekend exploits in Triathlon,Open Water and on the Track

Highlighted below is the the versatility of the TeamBW athletes with the results covering from Regional Triathlon and Open Water Swimming Championships to English Schools track Championships.
The South East Region Open water Championships were held in Chichester this weekend.
Some strong results for TeamBW athletes….
5000m
Men’s
Kieren Lindars 2nd ( 1st in age cat)
Women’s
Chloe Pollard 4th ( 1st in age cat)
3000m
Men’s
Gary Brickley 1st in age cat.
Meanwhile also this weekend was the English Schools Track & Field Championships in Birmingham where TeamBW athletes Almi Nerurker and Bethany Cook represented Sussex in the Inter Girls 3000m and Junior Girls 1500m respectively.
More results from the TeamBW athletes over the weekend.This time the venue was the Chichester Childrens Triathlon and Aquathon. a good sixed crew of Team Bw athletes and followers travelled over to the event.
Triathlon
Tristart Oliver Smith 1st
TS1
Boys
Noah Simonsen Brickley 14th
Girls
Jasmine Beckley 22nd
TS2
Boys
Tom Davies 11th
Max Gardner 17th
Girls
Daisy Burton 2nd
izzy Smith 14th
TS3
Boys
Ben Beckley 5th
Jack Gardner 11th
Seb Rann 18th
Sam Jaques 19th
Alongside the triathlon was the Aquathon where
TS1 Freddie wallis 1st
TS2 Jasper Coldwell 3rd
TS3 Connie wallis 6th
Well done to all those who raced and represented TeamBW. Hope you had an enjoyable day.

Supertri Super Series Event

Results from the Supertri day of racing at Dorney Lake makes positive reading for the TeamBW athletes. On a day where it wasa great oppotunity for athletes of all age ranges to compete and watch each other from Senior Elite to the 8 year olds.
In the 8 year Fun race Ollie Smith 2nd
9/10 Boys Fun race Noah Manos 4th
11/12 Girls Fun race Isabella Smith 10th
13/14 Boys Fun race Harry Holdaway 1st
In the Draft Legal events
11/12 Girls Daisy Burton 6th
13/14 Girls Bethany Cook 3rd, Kaja Simonsen-Brickley 22nd, Hannah Miller 28th, Eloise Key 35th
13/14 Boys Edward Armitage 15th, Benjamin Beckley 35th
Youth National Super Series
Girls Almaz Neruraker 2nd
Boys Noah Canby 4th
Super Series Girls
Chloe Cook 1st, Chloe Pollard 5th, Abi Hughes 15th, Maddie Drury 26th
Super series Boys
Kieren Lindars 6th, Harrison Rolls King 29th
Hopefully I have captured everyone apologies if not. There was some very positive racing for many and within that racing and for some others there were very good learning experiences to take away and digest. Racing at this level its important to understand
” The level of racing isnt going to come to you it is you that has to reach up to it”. Hence what the training you are faced with each week is designed to help you with. whilst what you are requitred to bring is the
the willingness to work
the willingness to learn and
the willingness to apply
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British Junior and Youth Super Series Event Llanelli

The opening event in the British Triathlon Junior and Youth Super Series took place in Llanelli over the weekend with some strong performances from those TeamBW athletes that made the long journey over to South Wales.
In the Youth Boys Noah Canby took a well deserved 3rd place whilst in the Youth Girls Almi Neruraker finished a very creditable 8th.
Moving up to Junior Boys Jamie Bedwell finished 12th and in the Girls event Abi Hughes 13th with Maddie Drury 36th.
With very few of the top Junior and Youth athletes from around the UK missing from the event it gave a good indication for our athletes of the relative standards and an opportunity to measure up the processes of what they do and where they can tweak or overhaul approaches to make improvements should they so wish.
Well done to all those who toed the line.
Alongside the Super Series event there was a Childrens Series Duathlon (2k/6k/500m)in which Bethany Cook TS3 managed 1st.
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IAPS swimming and S.E. Duathlon results

Some early results from the past weekend from the TeamBW athletes.

At the IAPS National swimming Championships held at K2 Crawley Bethany Cook finished 5th in the 50m Freestyle with a heat time 29.62 followed up with a final time of 29.23. Both swims PBs and the first time sub 30 for the 50m. Above all else the most enjoyable aspect was watching an athlete execute their race processes to the best of their ability. Gold dust !
At the Medway Duathlon part of the South East Childrens Series Daisy Burton (3rd) 11/12 Girls and Ed Armatyge (2nd) 13/14 Boys are definites that have been relayed apologies if there are others not mentioned here.
Once again a diverse weekend of results encapsulating the variety of disciplines that the TeamBW coached athletes perform in.
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#focusontheprocess

Team BW athletes performing succesfully on a multitude of fronts

Team BW athletes were in action over the weekend over a multitude of disciplines showing the diversity of the club and its athletes.

At the British Swimming Championships in Ponds Forge Sheffield Harry Stacey hit another PB in the 50m Butterfly with a 25.91 making it two PBs from two swims at the Championships.

At the London Marathon Matt Dowle snuck in under the 3hours mark for the first time in London despite having difficulties later on in the race ( couldnt be because he went out too fast ???!!!)

Alongside the London Marathon was the London Mini Marathon where Bethany Cook finished 3rd in the U13 Girls British Regional Championship event held over the last 5km of the Marathon.

The Kingfisher Aquathon part of the South East Regional Series following on from our own Team BW Aquathon last week once again gave an opportunity for some of the younger athletes to compete. Initial results show 2nd place results in their relative categories for Daisy Burton and Ed ward Armatyge. Full results can be found at www.kingfishertriathletes.co.uk
Well done to all those who competed including also Noah Manos, Ben Tamplin, Eloise Key and Kitty Moon. Apologies if Ive missed anyone.

Congratulations to all the TeamBW athletes out there flying the flag.

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British Elite Duathlon Championships 2017

The British Elite Duathlon Championships were held at the Bedford Autodrome on Sunday 9th April. Some positive results from Team BW athletes in this first outing of the season.
Youth Girls Almi Neruraker 6th
Youth Boys Noah Canby 4th (sametime as 3rd)
Junior Girls Abi Hughes 9th
U23 Men Kieren Lindars 3rd
Luke Howard 8th

Congratulations to all those who competed. Hopefully we can use this as a positive launch pad for the season ahead taking the positives forward and learning from any mistakes.

Sussex Road Relays

Report and photos from fledgling Team Manager for the day Mr Matthew Burton at the Sussex Road Relays.

Really good individual performances but even better team performances and great to see everybody supporting each other at Sussex Road Relays in Horsham this morning. Excellent effort from Team Bodyworks, lovely day and a first place for the U13 girls team!
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South East Schools Year 7&8 Cross Country Championships

The final Cross country of the season was the South East  Schools year r7&8 xc held at Reigate Park on 25th March. Running for Sussex were yr 8 girls Amber Blake 20th (3rd Sussex) and Hannah Miller 25th (6th Sussex) Daisy Burton Year 7 girls 27th (2nd Sussex) and Ben Beckley Yr 8 boys 77th. Congratulations to all.

 

Hannah                                           Daisy and Amber

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