Sussex League Cross Country @ Bexhill

The latest round of the Sussex League Cross Country was held at Bexhill on Saturday. Many of the Team BW athletes turned out with some excellent results.
Special mention to our Girls who among the results from the day finished 1st in the U13/U15/U17/Senior events with Daisy Burton, Bethany Cook, Almi Nerurkar and Chloe Cook respectively. A great achievement for the Team BW athletes.
A full list of results should be on the Sussex athletics website by later today.
Results of the Team BW athletes……
Boys
U11 Freddie Wallis 23rd , Ben Tamplin 27th
U13 Henry Payne 17th , Tom Davies 25th , Jasper Colwell 26th
U15 Seb Rann 50th , Ben Beckley 55th
U17 Noah Canby 8th, Charlie Levett 23rd
U20 Travis Hutchinson 7th
Men Kieren Lindars 13th, Jake Butterworth 36th, Harrison Rolls King 67th
Girls
U13 Daisy Burton 1st, Isabella Smith 31st
U15 Bethany Cook 1st, Eloise Key 7th, Kaja Simonsen Brickley 22nd, Hannah Miller 23rd
U17 Almi Nerurkar 1st
U20 Abbie Hughes 3rd
Women Chloe Cook 1st, Chloe Pollard 10th
Congratulations to all those TeamBW athletes who competed so positively. Next round Lancing in December and then back to Bexhill for the County Championships in early January.

Beachy Head Marathon

 

The 2017 addition of the Beachy Head Marathon produced a team BW athlete overall winner with Dr Todd Leckie in his first Marathon crossing the line in a very respectable 2.56.45. Fellow Team BW team mates Stuart Wilkinson and Simon Vieweg also completed the challenging course on the off road trails around the South Downs National Park.

Duathlon & Swimming take centre stage this weekend

Many congratulations to Daisy Burton on winning the Tristar 2 SE triathlon series this year. 🎉A culmination of a lot of hard work and consistent effort throughout the year. Well done. Also wins on the day for TeamBW teammates Bethany Cook and Almi Nerurker
Also to Noah Manos fantastic 3rd in the Tristar 1 category.
It was lovely to also see So many young athletes contesting one or more races this summer. Priority is to have fun out there!!! And you all looked like you were having lots of it!!! Onwards to the xc and mud with a few galas thrown in!! Forever active 🏊🚴🏃

Meanwhile n the pool this weekend at the SE Regional Short Course Masters championships held at Guildford PaulStanden Payne flew the Team BW flag with some fine results in the 40/44 category..
GOLD – 200m IM & 100m Fly
SILVER – 100m IM
BRONZE – 50m FLY
also 6th 200m Free, 7th 100m Free and 8th 50m Free.

Also at the Eastbourne Open Meet Eloise Key posted some more PBs and county qualifying times in the 100m IM, !00m Free and 50m Free. A further PB in the 400m IM made for a successful day of swims.

Congratulations to both competing and supporting TeamBW.

 

Sussex County Cross Country Relay Success

The Sussex Cross Country Relays at Goodwood saw success for Team BW athletes with 2xBronze medals in the U15 Girls and Senior Mens Team.

The Team BW  U15 Girls Team of Bethany Cook (Leg 1), Hannah Miller (Leg 2) and Kaja Simonsen-Brickley (Leg 3) and the Senior Mens Team of Kieren Lindars, Noah Canby, Jamie Bedwell and Luke Howard.

 

What Chance U Triathlon Project

 

What Chance  U Triathlon Project
Team Bodyworks & The University of Brighton

 

What’s your challenge?
• Feel as though you aren’t receiving the support you require?
• Seemingly too far down the pecking order to gain recognition?
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• We specialise in nurturing triathletes who require a little more time to show their true potential and who have a real desire and passion for the journey to personal and athletic excellence
• We develop
Who can apply?
• Aspiring elite triathletes wishing to attend university as a student or Post Grad
• Aspiring elite triathletes not ready, or who do not want to attend university
• Aspiring triathletes who wish to continue their GCSE or A levels alongside their training
What’s the process?
• At What Chance | U Triathlon we offer triathletes a unique experience to help them maximise their journey. We look at the whole athlete in our interviews and look for true potential. If we feel our beliefs are aligned then we will offer U a place
What do we offer?
• The unique combination of a performance based club environment with high level staff in Coaching, Sports Science, Personal Development and Sports Performance Awareness along with experts in support services such as physiotherapy, osteopathy, massage etc.

Importantly at What Chance U Triathlon, it’s about you the individual. It’s new, it’s real and it offers you that unique chance.
If you would like to find out more please contact Stuart Wilkinson at stuxtc@live.co.uk or on 07590 851259.

A diversity of results for TeamBW athletes.

Once again a wide range of results over the weekend from various Team BW athletes at various competitions. You can find some further info on the Facebook page.

  • Matt and Johanna Dowle at the Half Ironman event at the Sussex Triathlon with both making the podium in 3rd and 2nd respectively.
  • At the same event over the Olympic distance Oliver Crossley  won the event a week after his World Championships trip to Rotterdam.
  • Meanwhile at Hever Castle Harrison Rolls King finished 8th over the Olympic Distance event.
  • Yvette Grice completed her 33rd Ironman in Madrid over the weekend finishing in 6th and gaining her first ever drafting penalty ! We haven’t heard as of yet what or who she was supposedly drafting off ?
  • Eloise Key turned out 3 PBS and 3 County Qualifying times at the Littlehampton Open Meet from 4 events.

Congratulations  to everyone who flew the Team BW flag this weekend.

#TeamBW

 

CAU Inter Counties Cross Country Championships

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Results from National Inter Counties Cross Country Championships at Prestwold Park, Leicestershire at the weekend
U13 Girls  Bethany Cook.   Gold
Congratulations Beth.
Fantastic running from Amber Blake in 99th and 4th Sussex and Daisy Burton in 152nd 7th Sussex. Daisy is still in this age group next year too. U17 girls saw Almi Nerurkar have a great run to finish 22nd and Poppy Mercer running strongly to finish in 88th again both with another year to go in age group. Finally U20 girls saw twins Nicole finishing in 155 and Josephine Edmunds in 149th.with very large fields and tough muddy conditions they all did themselves proud. Now a quick turnaround to prepare for English Schools XC next Saturday🏃🏃🏃