Sprinter Arnott makes final cut in running for top national sports award
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Sprinter Arnott makes final cut in running for top national sports award

PLYMOUTH sprinter James Arnott is down to the final three in the running for SportsAid’s prestigious One-to-Watch Award. Earlier this month, Arnott was named on a shortlist of 10 up-and-coming young British athletes for the top national award, which has previously been won by fellow Plymothian Tom Daley. But that shortlist was cut to three … Continue reading

James Arnott claims 200m victory at English Championships in Bedford
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James Arnott claims 200m victory at English Championships in Bedford

JAMES ARNOTT continued his hot form this season with victory in the ambulant 200m at the English Athletics Senior AAA and Disability Championships. The 18-year-old Paralympic hopeful clocked 24.00 seconds to seal his win in Bedford. The City of Plymouth athlete had won a bronze in the 100m the day before. His success in Bedford … Continue reading

Encouraging displays for city athletes Arnott and Shayea in Bedford
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Encouraging displays for city athletes Arnott and Shayea in Bedford

PLYMOUTH Paralympic hopefuls James Arnott and Doaa Shayea produced encouraging performances at the 2015 England Athletics Senior AAA and Disability Championships in Bedford. World under-23 200m champion Arnott finished third in a combined ambulant 100m in a time of 11.58 seconds. The 18-year-old was only beaten by 2012 Parlaympic champion Jonnie Peacock and visually impaired … Continue reading

VIDEO: Arnott clocks new PB to claim silver medal at Anniversary Games in London
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VIDEO: Arnott clocks new PB to claim silver medal at Anniversary Games in London

CITY of Plymouth sprinter James Arnott ran a new personal best to claim a silver medal at the London Anniversary Games. The 18-year-old, making only his second appearance at a senior IPC Grand Prix, clocked 11.36 seconds for the 100 metres despite running into a strong head wind at the Olympic Stadium. Only world and … Continue reading

Plymouth’s James Arnott becomes junior world champion
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Plymouth’s James Arnott becomes junior world champion

PLYMOUTH sprinter James Arnott has become a world champion. The 18-year-old T46 athlete claimed a gold medal in the under-23 200m race at the IWAS (International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation) World Junior Games in Stadskanaal, Holland. Arnott had won a silver medal on Monday in the 100m event in a new wind-assisted personal best … Continue reading

Sprinter Arnott claims silver medal at IWAS World Junior Games
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Sprinter Arnott claims silver medal at IWAS World Junior Games

PLYMOUTH sprinter James Arnott clocked a wind-assisted personal best of 11.36 seconds to claim a silver medal at the IWAS World Junior Games in Holland. The 18-year-old T46 athlete was competing in the under-23 category at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation event in Stadskanaal. Arnott, who has limited movement in his left shoulder … Continue reading