Young trio selected for GB Judo programmes
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Young trio selected for GB Judo programmes

PLYMSTOCK School students Max and Cordelia Gregory and Ivybridge Community College’s Lewis Widdicombe have been selected for GB Judo programmes. All three youngsters are members of South Brent Judo Club and their selection comes after a highly successful 2018. Widdicombe and Max Gregory have joined the prestigious GB elite development squad (EDS), while Cordelia Gregory, … Continue reading

Plymouth pentathlete Pillage beats world champion and Olympian to win second ranking competition
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Plymouth pentathlete Pillage beats world champion and Olympian to win second ranking competition

PLYMOUTH’S Myles Pillage took top honours in the second Pentathlon GB National Ranking Competition at the University of Bath and West Wiltshire Equestrian Centre this weekend. Pillage edged out Rio Olympians Jamie Cooke and Joe Choong in a thrilling event where the order of the top three changed throughout the day as Britain’s best modern … Continue reading

Plymouth pentathlete Pillage impresses at first international event of 2019
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Plymouth pentathlete Pillage impresses at first international event of 2019

PLYMOUTH pentathlete Myles Pillage impressed in his first international appearance of 2019. The 20-year-old finished eighth overall and second Brit in a high-class field at the Budapest Indoor Competition in Hungary. Pillage beat world champion Jamie Cooke and he was leading the competition until the final laser-run discipline. The former Plymouth College pupil, the youngest … Continue reading

Pillage and Bryson named in Pentathlon GB squad for Budapest indoor event
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Pillage and Bryson named in Pentathlon GB squad for Budapest indoor event

PLYMOUTH pentathletes Myles Pillage and Kerenza Bryson have been named in Great Britain’s 12-strong squad to compete at the Budapest Indoor Competition next week. Pentathlon GB are sending a strong party to Hungary. The team includes world champion Jamie Cooke, who will be making his first return to the international circuit since his historic and … Continue reading

Plymouth fencer Andrews wins British Under-23 title in London
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Plymouth fencer Andrews wins British Under-23 title in London

PLYMOUTH’S Ben Andrews produced a fantastic performance to claim a gold medal at the British Under-23 Fencing Championships in London this weekend. The championships were held at the Leon Paul National Fencing Centre in Hendon. Andrews competed in the men’s epee competition and took the national title after beating his Great Britain team-mate and number … Continue reading

Plymouth pentathletes Bryson and Pillage impress at opening national ranking event
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Plymouth pentathletes Bryson and Pillage impress at opening national ranking event

PLYMOUTH’S Myles Pillage and Kerenza Bryson both impressed at the opening Pentathlon GB 2019 National Ranking Competition in Bath at the weekend. They both won junior titles and finished second overall in high-class fields. Pillage was only beaten by world champion Jamie Cooke in the men’s event. Pillage impressed in the fencing and swim disciplines … Continue reading

Tavistock triathlete claims top award from sport’s governing body
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Tavistock triathlete claims top award from sport’s governing body

TAVISTOCK’S Trish Deykin has received a top award from British Triathlon. The 43-year-old in the latest recipient of the Peter Holmes Award for inspirational performance in international competition. Previous winners include former world champion Non Stanford and Paralymic champion Andy Lewis. The award is presented annually to a triathlete who shown determination and sporting prowess … Continue reading