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14 year old Grace Fielder is a member of Taunton Athletics Club and she trains with The Combined Events Squad.
Grace has won over 30 medals at County, Regional and National level across a number of events of which Hurdles and High Jump are her stronger events, although as a pentathlete she trains 5 events.
Ed plays for Wimbledon HC, who are sitting in second place in the Premier League. He is currently top goalscorer with 16 goals after 9 games. He is training with Great Britain Hockey and aiming towards the Olympics. He recently visited my prep school in Somerset, All Hallows’ to run a coaching clinic and talk to the current ambitious hockey players.
Since last year I have been playing for Gloucester Hartpury in the first team and been recently called into the new England U20s squad, where I attend camps every month in London allowing me to develop through the England player pathway.
Richard started playing handball for Somerset aged 15, and within 8 months was selected to play for southwest England. A year later Richard was chosen to represent Great Britain in the European Open in Gothenburg, Sweden, playing against the likes of Russia and Sweden and scoring some goals! He continues to represent Somerset and the southwest and is hoping for another GB call up soon.
My big news is that I've been added to the Swim England Performance squad for the 2019/20 season. This selection follows performances in the summer, where I became National Champion in the 400m individual medley at the British Summer Nationals.
Thank you TS5C for your continued support of Jamie’s Racing career. We really appreciate it.
After a family loss Jamie had taken a bit of a break from racing and now he is recovering from a bout of the flu. It’s taken it out of him but he’s hoping to get back to racing this week. Next year is going to be an interesting one!
Darragh is a younger archer with the Burnham Company of Archers who is currently ranked joint 4th overall in the Archery GB British Juniour Rankings and joint 2nd in the UK for his age group.
Aurelio Calipa is now ranked nationally: 6th as a Pentathlete - and 4th as a British fencer.
He has just taken bronze at the British fencing nationals and silver in the British ranking championships. He will be going to the World Cup Championships in Latvia in November 2019 with the GB team.
I’ve had a really busy summer! It began with Rugby 7s in Japan where I captained Hartpury College. Japan was fascinating and the rugby was challenging. I was lucky enough to be asked to give the Athletes Oath at the opening ceremony and speak on behalf of all the English speaking competitors. It was an experience I will never forget.
This season saw Bertie move up from the U13 age bracket to the cadets – Under 15’s. It was decided this would be the right age for him to start competing in the adult game as well as the junior game to broaden his scope.
2019 has been a challenging year where Charlie had shown extreme resilience to deal with injury setbacks, accidents and the added pressure of GCSE's deciding his next two academic years.
Last year was his most successful season to date as Joe transitioned from U16 to U19 and senior age groups as well as a move to Stroud Handball Club who reached the National Playoffs for the first time. Strode College have allowed Joe access to the sports hall and gym everyday to combine his studies and training programme.