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Fantastic result in 2018 Buenos Aires Youth Olympics by Team MK Youth Member

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Barbara de Koning, Team MK youth member performed brilliantly and finished 6th in the Youth Olympics

Games in Buenos Aires. After a very fast 750 meter swim she came 4th out of the water then lead and controlled the bike group which averaged almost 40 km/h over 20 kilometres. She then did the run in a new PB resulting in 6th place overall.  Barbara has been training regularly with the Team Milton Keynes supported by the club coaches. 


La Grande Aventure” from Pace (Aylesbury) to Ypres (Belgium) 11 – 15 September 19 

I am writing to you from a local charity in Aylesbury called Pace (http://www.thepacecentre.org/).  Pace is a children’s charity that transforms the lives of children and young people with motor disorders such as cerebral palsy. 

As part of our fundraising strategy for 2019 we have a number of running, walking and cycling events planned throughout the year and we are looking to make connections with local clubs in the hope that you can help us to promote these events to your members and other contacts and encourage support and participation.

In particular, we are planning a ride “La Grande Aventure” from Pace (Aylesbury) to Ypres (Belgium) 11 – 15 September 19.  This is a cycle challenge aimed mainly at the novice to intermediate cyclist.  In order to provide people with further information about the event, and hopefully sign them up, we are hosting an information evening on 28th November. Visit our website at www.thepacecentre.org for more information.


 

Brighton & Hove Triathlon

Team MK's Katie Lambert competed in the 13-14 age group at Brighton & Hove Triathlon.  She was the first girl home by default as she was the only girl brave enough to take on the challenging sea swim!

Read the full article published in the Milton Keynes Citizen 


Smart Sportswear company continues to support young, British athletes with latest sign up 

Performance and recovery enhancing sportswear company, KYMIRA Sport, has signed up Team MK 19 year old triathlete Harry Hammond as a brand athlete.

As the latest sportsman to join KYMIRA Sport’s list of talented athletes, Harry will now receive vital sponsorship, expert advice as well as custom made infrared sportswear in a bid to support his aspirations for athletic achievement. After winning his first ever triathlon just last year, Harry was looking for a brand partner that could help him build his profile and support his training and development.

Harry may still be considered a ‘newbie’ to the sport, but this hasn’t stopped him from earning himself a place on the GB Age-Group Team, competing in the 2018 Gold Coast ITU Sprint Distance World Championships and the 2018 Middle Distance European Championships in Ibiza later this year.


Triathlete Amy Woodroofe - 2nd in Age Group at local Woburn Open Water Triathlon

Team MK member 17 year old Amy Woodroofe entered the SuperSprint event and in addition to the age group position managed a PB on her swim and came in 7th overall!


 

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Geraint Thomas at The Bowl 2001.


Fundraising Charity Ride

Our very own Emma Johnson, Team MK Welfare Officer this month will be riding from Land’s End to John O’Groats solo, without a support team.  Emma is planning to ride the 950 miles in just under two weeks. She hopes to complete 65 – 85 miles per day, carrying with her all her kit, including a tent.  You can follow Emma on her blog @www.essentiallylocal.co.uk/category/emmas-space/

If you wish to sponsor Emma, she is raising funds for two great causes: Cancer Research & York House Centre, Stony Stratford.

Follow the links below sponsor her:
https://fundraise.cancerresearchuk.org/page/for-the-love-of-chips 
https://localgiving.org/fundraising/yorkhouseoutsideisforeveryone/


 

Off-Road Permits - Aspley Woods/Rushmere and Oak Wood

As Team MK members please ensure you adhere to cycle permit conditions.

The permits are for recognised members of the named Club only and are valid only when used in conjunction with that Club’s insurance.

The permit holder shall be responsible for ensuring that all club members are adequately covered by insurance for use of the permissive cycle routes including public liability indemnity of at least £2,000,000.  A valid Insurance Certificate must accompany an application for a permit.

For more information on off-road permits click here



Boxing Day Nippy Dip

Boxing Day saw two of our youth tri members Harry and Amy compete in the Nippy Dip race at Box End Water Park.

Harry came in 1st in the 125m non wetsuit swim and Amy came 5th in the wetsuit 250m! A huge congratuations to both, especially as the water was absolutely freezing!!!

A separate success followed later in the week after both passed their RLSS National Pool Lifeguard qualification following an extremely tough six day course at Wolverton pool.

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Report and results from round five of Milton Keynes series

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Corley Cycles' Roy Chamberlain grabs Central regional champs in Bucks

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Report and results from tough Chilterns event

Road: Moses Claims Roy Thame Cup

14/03/2011

Big win for 100% ME rider, after 10 man break forms with 4 laps to go

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