Trigger hopes Premier Fours success can inspire Plymouth Devils
Plymouth Devils

Trigger hopes Premier Fours success can inspire Plymouth Devils

PLYMOUTH Devils team manager Lee Trigger is hoping that his side’s success in winning the Premier Fours championship at Peterborough on Sunday will kick-start their season. “It was a fantastic achievement for the club and reward for the riders after all the bad luck we have had this year,” said Trigger. “It was nip and … Continue reading

Plymouth Tri Club’s Holder wins silver medal at European Long Course Triathlon Champs
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Plymouth Tri Club’s Holder wins silver medal at European Long Course Triathlon Champs

PLYMOUTH Tri Club’s Ken Holder won a silver medal at the ETU Challenge Long Distance Triathlon Championships in Poland at the weekend. Holder took his podium finish in the men’s 45-49 age category, clocking a personal best time of nine hours, nine minutes and 59 seconds for the tough event, which involved a 3.8km swim, … Continue reading

Plymouth Devils win Premier Fours title at Peterborough
Plymouth Devils

Plymouth Devils win Premier Fours title at Peterborough

PLYMOUTH Devils enjoyed a tremendous two days in the Premier Fours at Peterborough to wrap up their first silverware of the season, beating Workington by one point in Sunday’s final. The Devils reached the final by winning their semi-final on Saturday and Brady Kurtz clinched the trophy by beating Workington’s Kenneth Hansen in yesterday’s last heat … Continue reading

Plymouth Diving pair impress at Mediterranean Cup in Italy
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Plymouth Diving pair impress at Mediterranean Cup in Italy

PLYMOUTH Diving’s Cody Powell-Tuckett and Evangeline Piper enjoyed encouraging international debuts at the Mediterranean Cup in Bolzano, Italy. Competing for England, Powell-Tuckett claimed bronze in the girls’ B platform final on Sunday morning and also came eighth in the three-metre final. In the platform event, the Plymouth diver scored 271.85 points to finish behind her … Continue reading

Plymouth sprinter Arnott sets new PB at Anniversary Games in London
Athletics

Plymouth sprinter Arnott sets new PB at Anniversary Games in London

CITY of Plymouth athlete James Arnott set a new 100m personal best at the Anniversary Games in London, which doubled up as the IPC Grand Prix final. Paralympic hopeful Arnott competed in the T47 race at the Olympic Stadium. The 19-year-old, who has limited movement in his left shoulder due to Erbs Palsy, clocked 11.32 seconds … Continue reading

City hurdler King excited about taking on world’s best at Anniversary Games
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City hurdler King excited about taking on world’s best at Anniversary Games

PLYMOUTH sprint hurdler David King is excited about competing at the Anniversary Games in London this weekend. The 22-year-old City of Plymouth athlete will take on some of the world’s best in the 110m hurdles on Saturday afternoon at the Olympic Stadium. King competed last year at the event, which is an IAAF Diamond League … Continue reading