Middleton Park Duathlon Results

Well done to everyone who took part in the Middleton Park Duathlon on Saturday 28th January 2017. Race results are below.

Kid’s Race Results

 Position Number Name Time
1 8 Theo Jacques 30:57
2 3 Luke Rough 31:22
3 17 Max Metcalfe 33:29
4 18 Phoebe Taylor 34:20
5 7 Matilda Jacques 34:49
6 2 George Higgins 35:48
7 1 Elissa Kite 36:01
8 16 Tom Metcalfe 36:17
9 9 Angus Taylor 36:24
10 10 Theon Hercules 36:42
11 12 Atlanta Hercules 36:44
12 6 Sophia Millner 37:37
13 11 Harrison Delaia 37:50
14 15 Harry Wainwright 38:03
15 13 Breana Hercules 38:04
16 5 Rosa McAnulla 38:41
17 14 Olivia Lord 39:28
4   Mason Green DNF

Adult’s Race Results

 Position Number Name Time
1 3 Michael Kershaw 30:57
2 5 Martin Brook 31:22
3 4 Steven Lawson 33:29
4 19 Simon Boardman 34:20
5 17 Michael Melia 34:49
6 23 Tim Driver 35:48
7 40 Paul Bennet 36:01
8 13 Laura Watson 36:17
9 1 William McGawley 36:24
10 22 Matt Wilkinson 36:42
11 27 Dan Harrison 36:44
12 26 Haden Harrison 37:37
13 25 Mathew Higgins 37:50
14 14 John Gallager 38:03
15 29 Laura Fitzgerald 38:04
16 21 Jonathan Kite 38:41
17 15 Jacob Thompson 39:28
18 18 Karen Boardman 39:47
19 38 Sarah Jacques 39:54
20 20 Lyn Metcalfe 40:31
21 16 Emma Young 40:32
22 35 Graham Hordon 41:10
23 12 Colin Rendar 42:47
24 34 Joanne Hordon 42:50
25 43 Paul Hollings 42:51
26 11 Raplh McDermott 43:03
27 2 David Ianson 43:10
28 32 Libby Clark 43:19
29 33 Ben Clark 43:19
30 8 Andrew Fallows 47:17
31 41 Fiona Taylor 48:46
32 39 Gavin Hurcules 48:47
33 10 Suzana Wattons 49:00
34 37 Hanna Hurcules 49:35
35 9 Shella Hopkinson 49:52
36 28 Rachel Brighton 50:25
37 30 Shivon Tera 50:51
38 6 Linda Carey 51:04
39 31 Lucy Lord 51:53
40 24 Robert Demainme 54:42
41 7 Lindsey Fallows 55:23
42 42 Foluke Agbede 57:57
43 36 Holly Wainwright 59:57
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Leeds Disability Sport News – January 2017

Happy New Year! Read on for the latest disability sport news in Leeds:

In Leeds

  • Leeds Lets Get Active leisure centre timetables for Jan to March 2017 are now available. There will also be LLGA community sessions within the South and East CCG area and more information will be available shortly about specific activities.
  • Leeds Sports Awards tickets are now available, with discounted Leeds Sports Club member tickets available from Monday 9th January. The awards are taking place at the First Direct Arena on Tuesday 7th March 2017.
  • FA Coaching Deaf Footballers workshop is taking place on Sunday 22nd January at Middleton Leisure Centre. If you are interested please follow the link above where you can see further details and enrol on the workshop.
  • Leeds Disability Sport Forum is taking place on Monday 23rd January at the John Charles Centre for Sport. This is suitable for practitioners, clubs, parents, participants and anyone else with an interest in disability sport. If you would like further details or to attend please contact: ross.bibby@leeds.gov.uk
  • DSY Annual Awards Dinner will be held at The Centenary Pavilion, Elland Rd on Friday 24th March 2017. The price of the event – a celebration of sporting achievement, participation and volunteering – remains £30 per person, to include a four course meal, speeches, entertainment and a raffle. Nomination forms are also available to recognise disability sport achievements in the county. There is a separate category for Paralympic level athletes, where you can nominate Yorkshire’s Paralympians in Rio.
  • Wheelchair Tennis CPD is taking place in Leeds at the John Charles Centre for Sport (Tennis Centre) on the 24th April 2017. This is aimed at accredited level 2 and above coaches who would like to develop their skills to work more effectively with wheelchair tennis players.

 

Outside Leeds

  • Safer Communities Fund (SCF) is a grant-giving scheme designed to make funding easily accessible for projects which aim to make West Yorkshire safer and feel safer. Round 10 of grants are available to apply for up to the 20th January 2017 and groups can apply for funding up to £5,000.
  • Cerebral Palsy and Sport Awareness Workshop is taking place in Nottingham on 22nd February, 17th May and 27th September 2017. This is ideal for teachers, coaches, physios, parents or those who lead sport and physical activity. The cost is £30 per person and for full information on Cerebral Palsy Sport CPD opportunities or to book your place now please contact CP Sport on 0115 925 7027 or email Lisa.morton-smith@cpsport.org
  •  Coach Education Courses held in West Yorkshire in 2017 are now available to view via the Yorkshire Sport Foundation website.

Leeds Disability Sport News – November 2016

In Leeds

  • Voting has opened for Leeds Sports Awards 2017. A new voting system is in operation for senior achievers, with a standard nomination process for the other categories. Check out the website now for further information about this and how to purchase your tickets. Nominations close at midnight Wednesday 14th
  • Para-Swimming Come and Try Session is taking place at Morley Leisure Centre on Saturday 17th December, 3.30pm to 5.30pm. If you fancy yourself as the next Paralympic swimmer then come along to the event- this is suitable for all ages and impairment groups, for swimmers who are comfortable completing 25m unaided. Please register in advance by completing the form via the link or by e-mailing by Friday 9th December: bibby@leeds.gov.uk

Outside Leeds

  • England Rugby with IMAS have developed a simple promotional guide to help explain the concept of Mixed Ability Rugby to potential clubs and committees, players (support services and carers), coaches and ‘Champions’ who have the drive to instigate and develop Mixed Ability Rugby Teams.
  • British Cycling National Paracycling Classification Assessment Day is taking place in Manchester on 26th January 2017, for bicycle, trike, and handcycle riders. All those planning to compete as a Paracyclist in 2017 who have not previously attended an assessment are required to take this opportunity in order to ease their passage to participate in next year’s domestic Paracycling competition programme. Contact Paul West for an appointment slot and more details before 10th January: paulwest@britishcycling.org.uk

Leeds Disability Sport News – October 2016

Please see below for the latest disability sport news in and around Leeds this month:

In Leeds

  • Learning Disability Tennis Camp is running at the John Charles Centre for Sport on Saturday 12th November 2016. Run by the Tennis Foundation in partnership with the Sport & Active Lifestyles service this is suitable for all ages and ability levels.
  • Sportivate “Mop Up” round of funding is now available. For any groups or organisations interested please complete a project proposal by Friday 25th November, you will hear back by Wed 7th December if successful. Projects must be delivered 31st March 2017.
  • Herd Farm Activity Residential has been announced for families of children with a disability. This is taking place on the 10th and 11th December 2016 in North Leeds. Contact Herd Farm directly for further information.
  • Para-Swimming Come and Try Session is taking place at Morley Leisure Centre on Saturday 17th December 2016. If you are disabled and have been inspired by the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games this is an opportunity to find out more about Para-swimming. Swimmers will take part in a range of adapted activities designed to showcase individual ability and will receive personalised advice on other opportunities available to them following the session. Swimmers must be able to swim out of their depth to a minimum distance of 25m.
  • Leeds Sports Awards will be taking place on Tuesday 7th March 2017 at the First Direct Arena. Tickets are now available and nominations for awards will open shortly.

 

Outside Leeds

  • On Track Disability Sport Magazine is a free National publication available bi-monthly. This is available on a subscription basis, free of charge and delivered straight to your door to all people with a disability.
  • Para-Athletics Introduction day is taking place on Saturday 26th November in Manchester. This is a free event for ages 11+ through to adults interested in getting involved in athletics.

 

Special Olympics National Games in 2017 are looking to recruit more officials. The Games will be taking place in August in Sheffield.

Middleton Park Duathlon Results

Provisional results from the Middleton Park Duathlon event on 8th October 2016 –

Find a full list of results on the Go Tri website.

Position Bib Number Name Time
1 11 Carl Hearn 33.18
2 20 James Nundy 33.34
3 25 Paul Bennet 34.05
4 4 Michael Melia 34.21
5 15 Mark Hayes 35.01
6 6 Mathew Higgins 36.01
7 27 Daniel Wright 36.32
8 3 Rachel Feather 38.03
9 7 Hayden Harrison 38.45
10 12 Steve Beckwith 38.51
11 1 Stacey Kite 38.57
12 13 Graham Hawden 39.08
13 14 Joanne Hawden 39.40
14 10 Jacob Thompson 40.03
15 26 Diane Hubber 40.25
16 5 Claire Higgins 40.55
17 19 Colin Render 43.32
18 17 Jon Osborne 43.32
19 16 Liz Pearce 43.33
20 22 Frank Wright 43.59
21 28 Hannah Roberts 45.26
22 21 Harriet Whiting 46.50
23 2 Tina Craddock 48.27
24 9 Lena Abe 52.11
25 18 Viv Smales 52.15
26 23 Laura Smales 52.15
27 8 Julie Abe 57.33
28 26 Diane Huber 57.38

Armley Leisure Centre Junior Triathlon Results 2016

Race number Start time Name Distance Swim+

T1

Bike+

T2

run Overall time Overall position
4 3.00.10 Elissa Kite Aquathlon 1.37 5.11 6.48 1st
3 3.00.00 Oliver Hill Aquathlon 2.23 4.54 7.17 2nd
1 3.00.00 Charlie Barber Aquathlon 3.53 5.35 9.28 3rd
12 3.30.20 Ava johansson Aquathlon 4.20 6.32 10.52 4
19 3.30.20 Ginika Ene Short 1.40 4.19 3.59 9.58 1st
16 3.30.10 Karol Pazera Short 2.51 3.20 5.33 11.44 2nd
6 3.10.00 Zak Moxon Short 2.09 4.57 4.39 11.45 3rd
14 3.30.00 Olivia Springer Short 2.50 4.37 6.59 14.26 4
7 3.10.00 Sophie Whitehead Short 2.09 5.38 7.11 14.58 5
5 3.10.00 Amelia Barber Short 2.09 5.26 7.25 15.00 6
17 3.30.10 Evie Martin Short 2.30 5.56 6.38 15.04 7
18 3.30.10 Felicity Malone Short 5.21 4.21 5.53 15.35 8
8 3.10.10 Sophie Martin Short 2.01 6.29 7.16 15.46 9
11 3.30.20 Pia Johansson Short 3.36 4.37 7.55 16.08 10
9 3.10.10 James bromley Short 4.08 6.06 7.38 17.52 11
10 3.10.10 Alfred Kemp Short 2.46 7.02 8.05 17.53 12
15 3.30.00 Ebonnie-Rose Scarfe Short 4.20 6.02 7.54 18.16 13
13 3.30.00 Poppy malone Short 5.51 5.44 6.42 18.17 14
42 4.30.20 Isobelle  haigh-jones Short 3.20 6.48 8.26 18.34 15
21 3.50.00 Joanna Bingham Middle 4.25 5.19 6.34 16.18 1st
27 3.50.20 Joseph Zanzottena Middle 5.16 4.47 7.22 17.25 2nd
24 3.50.10 Charlotte Bingham Middle 5.05 5.53 7.04 18.02 3rd
34 4.10.20 Jack Batley Middle 5.29 6.19 6.26 18.14 4
25 3.50.10 Domonic Vila Middle 5.40 4.59 8.10 18.49 5
22 3.50.00 Mae Johnstone Middle 5.50 5.32 9.24 20.46 6
41 4.30.10 Patrick Arnold Middle 7.51 5.49 7.32 21.12 7
40 4.30.10 Miller Howard Middle 9.20 4.46 7.06 21.12 8
20 3.50.00 Violet Kemp Middle 6.37 6.02 8.53 21.32 9
43 4.30.20 Matilda Bushell Middle 5.47 5.28 10.42 21.57 10
37 4.30.00 Stephen Hurd Middle 7.18 6.51 8.19 22.28 11
31 4.10.10 Katie Cooper Middle 7.30 6.04 9.54 23.28 12
29 4.10.00 Mellissa Bushell Middle 5.05 5.20 13.06 23.31 13
38 4.30.00 Cody Naylor Middle 7.00 5.15 11.45 24.00 14
32 4.10.10 Evie Stewart- Pullan Middle 8.05 5.30 11.08 24.43 15
23 3.50.10 Amy Thornton Middle 7.05 6.51 10.55 24.51 16
35 4.10.20 Mia Hitchen Middle 7.11 7.58 9.43 24.52 17
33 4.10.10 Dominic Corbett Middle 7.46 6.58 15.02 29.46 18
26 3.50.20 Lilly- Anne Jack Middle 7.36 6.30 dnf —- —-
39 4.30.10 Matty Joe Wilson Middle 5.29 dnf 8.42 —- —-
36 4.30.00 Andrew Hurd Middle 18.49 dnf 9.52 —- —-
49 4.50.10 Harris Kaliq Long 5.50 7.32 12.49 26.11 1st
46 4.50.00 Ben Hill Long 9.25 7.21 10.03 26.49 2nd
47 4.50.10 Holly McCallum Long 9.39 10.23 11.44 31.46 3rd
48 4.50.10 Alexander McCallum Long 11.40 7.38 12.30 31.48  4
44 4.50.00 Annabelle Jackson Long 9.00 10.03 14.51 33.54  5
51 4.50.20 Ben Moxon Long 11.10 7.48 20.49 39.47  6
45 4.50.00 Eva Stacey Long 10.00 10.56 19.30 40.26  7
50 4.50.20 Ethan Haigh-jones Long 17.40 9.03 14.09 40.52  8

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Leeds Disability Sport News – September 2016

After a fantastic month of disability sport see below for some highlights and forthcoming events in Leeds and beyond:

In Leeds

  • Many congratulations to all the Leeds and Yorkshire Paralympic athletes who competed in Rio 2016. Celebrate what was a truly spectacular and memorable Olympic and Paralympic Games at the Yorkshire Athletes Homecoming Parade on Wednesday 28th September, from 5.15pm in Leeds City Centre.

 

 

 

  • BID Services New Youth Club has just started, suitable for deaf and hard of hearing children and young people aged 8-18 years plus siblings. Held every Thursday from 6pm to 8pm this takes place at the First Floor Venue, St. Peter’s Square in Leeds. For further information contact: legallienne@bid.org.uk

 

  • Visually Impaired Bowls Sessions will begin at the John Charles Centre indoor bowls centre from the 4th JCCS are working with Pennine Bowling Club to run these sessions every Tuesday from 12 noon until 2.00pm, with an introductory price of £3.20. For further information please telephone John Palmer on 01422 321771.

 

  • Wheelpower Feel Inspired Primary Sports Camp is taking place at the John Charles Centre for Sport on Tuesday 11th This is a great way for children aged 6-11 with a disability to discover sport in a friendly and completely inclusive environment. For more information contact the Feel Inspired Event Officer on: ed.pearse@wheelpower.org.uk or 07922 736196.

 

 

 

  • Leeds Disability Sports Camp will next be taking place on the week beginning 24th October, during half term. There will be four venues across the city alongside a free additional adapted cycling event at Middleton Park Bike Hub. These camps are open to disabled children and young people aged 8-18 plus non-disabled siblings and friends.

 

  • Learning Disability Tennis Camp is taking place at the John Charles Centre for Sport indoor tennis centre on Saturday 12th Run in conjunction with the Tennis Foundation, this is suitable for beginners/those new to sport or looking to develop their skills. The one day camp is being led by experienced tennis coaches from JCCS.

Outside Leeds

  • RYA Sailability would like disabled sailors or boaters to complete their new questionnaire. They would like to hear from people about what attracted them to sailing in the first place, whether a friend, family or by chance, and how easy and accessible they found it to get started. The aim is to try and fully understand more about people’s experiences and perceptions about sailing as an activity for people with a disability, and is open until the 1st October.

 

  • Disability Football Development Officer vacancy is currently being advertised through the West Riding County FA. As well as supporting the delivery of the National Game Strategy in West Riding and specifically the Disability Workforce Plan, this is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a vibrant, enthusiastic and committed team at the County FA. Closing date is Wednesday 12th

 

If the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games have inspired you to take up a sport or become a little bit more active, check out all the regular disability sport opportunities available in the city with the comprehensive Leeds Disability Sport Programme.