Essex CC Relays 2017: at Stubbers

Woodford’s young athletes started out their new cross country season by fielding nine teams each running three legs of just a fraction short of 3k.

Essex CC Relays 2017 U13 Girls teams

Hever Castle Triathlon: 24/09/17

Six of our young athletes took part in the largest young athletes' triathlon in the world.

In the Under 13 age group from 183 boys competing over: 200 metre swim, 4k bike ride and 1800 metre run, Jacob Hardy placed a brilliant 3rd in his first ever triathlon.

In the same event for Under 13 girls, and with another year in this age group, Larna Morgan was excellent as she finished 16th from 132 starters, having led the swim. Meisha Trend-Evans, another bottom Under 13 age group girl, really enjoyed her first triathlon placing an excellent 22nd after a strong swim.

Savidge Boggon Scofield

From L to R: Ellen, Kai and Emily

In the Under 15 age group Kai Boggon, who has recently made the British Triathlon Academy, signed off his 2017 triathlon season with an emphatic win from 114 starters. In this age group they contest a 300 metre swim, 8k bike ride and 2.4K run.

In the same girls age group event Emily Scofield, a bottom year Under 15 at just 12, placed a superb 24th from 90 starters, having competed in all five Castle Triathlons throughout UK and France. In her first triathlon, Ellen Savidge competed brilliantly to place behind Emily in 25th.

All six of our athletes trained so hard in readiness for this event and can be proud of their achievements.

SWOTY 2017: Nominations required

Nominations for the Community Award are particularly welcome! Deadline is Monday!

WGEL athlete Shona Vincent stars in campaign video

 

Nominations open for The Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards 2017 in association with Vitality

 

Sunday September 3, saw the launch of the 2017 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards in association with Vitality, kicking off the nationwide call for public nominations.

 

And this is your opportunity to nominate your favourite sportswomen of the past nine months.

 

Now in their 30th year, the Awards celebrate the outstanding contribution to sport made by elite athletes, coaches, administrators, community volunteers and inspirational women.

 

The British and Northern Ireland public are invited to submit nominations for seven categories at www.sportswomenoftheyear.co.uk

Young Athletes Awards Night 2017

WGEL Young Athletes Awards Night 2017

Saturday 9th December

7.00pm to 11.30pm

Further details to follow

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