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Plymouth Leander trio enjoy a successful return to competitive action
Aquatics

Plymouth Leander trio enjoy a successful return to competitive action

PLYMOUTH Leander swimmers Laura Stephens, Honey Osrin and Sophie Freeman successfully returned to action at the weekend in the Manchester International Meet. Olympic-hopeful Stephens and highly-rated teenager Osrin were both winners at event – the first British elite competition for 11 months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last March, Stephens was in the form of … Continue reading

Plymouth will host the rescheduled RYA Youth National Championships
Other sport

Plymouth will host the rescheduled RYA Youth National Championships

THE Royal Yachting Association (RYA) have confirmed that the Youth National Championships will take place in Plymouth this August. The event should have been held at Mount Batten at the start of April, but was postponed at the start of January due to the latest Covid-19 lockdown. However, the governing body have now officially rescheduled … Continue reading

Olympic hopeful King opts for extra training in America rather than European indoor circuit
Athletics

Olympic hopeful King opts for extra training in America rather than European indoor circuit

OLYMPIC hopeful David King has decided not to do a full indoor season in Europe this year. Instead, the City of Plymouth sprint hurdler has opted to stay at his American training base in Phoenix to try to boost his hopes of making it to Tokyo this summer. “After a really great winter training period … Continue reading

Bramley is convinced he made the right decision switching from triathlon to cycling
Cycling / Other sport

Bramley is convinced he made the right decision switching from triathlon to cycling

AT SOME point in life everybody is faced with having to make a tough choice and no-one can ever be sure they are making the right decision. A couple of years ago, Ivybridge athlete Travis Bramley found himself doing some serious soul searching over whether to stick with triathlon, try his luck with cycling or … Continue reading

Plymouth hurdler King finishes second in his opening race of 2021
Athletics

Plymouth hurdler King finishes second in his opening race of 2021

PLYMOUTH’S Olympic hopeful David King opened his indoor season at the weekend by finishing second in the 60m hurdles at the Grand Canyon University Collegiate/Open in Phoenix, Arizona. King was only beaten by his Phoenix Track Club training partner Jarret Eaton – the 2018 World Indoor Championship silver medallist. Eaton won in 7.65 seconds, with … Continue reading

Plymouth Leander stars named in new England swimming team
Aquatics

Plymouth Leander stars named in new England swimming team

PLYMOUTH Leander’s Laura Stephens, Honey Osrin, Sophie Freeman and Reece Dunn have joined current Commonwealth Games champion Ben Proud in a new-look England swimming team. The 85-strong squad has been selected to help England’s chances ahead of next year’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. The aim of the team is to bring together everyone who is … Continue reading

Plymouth will have to wait to host Youth National Sailing Championship
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Plymouth will have to wait to host Youth National Sailing Championship

THE Youth National Sailing Championship, which had been due to be held in Plymouth this April, have been postponed due to Covid-19. Plymouth Youth Sailing Club was set to host the prestigious RYA event at Mount Batten between April 4 and 9. However, it is hoped a rescheduled championships will take place at the same … Continue reading