TS5C relies completely on the generosity of local businesses and individuals to operate. For our 10th Anniversary, we have a packed year of fundraising activities planned, and details will appear here as and when they are announced.
Sixteen year old, TS5C supported athlete, Joe Nelson from Walton has just returned from Viborg in Denmark where he competed in the Generation Cup Handball Tournament.
A big thank you to Waitrose who selected TS5C as one of their communuity matters charities for June 2018 and helped raise over £200
TS5C Supported Siblings Jamie and Bettine Harris have been selected to represent Great Britain at the International 420 World Championships to be held in Newport Rhode Island this August.
Aspiring handball player, 16 year old Joe Nelson from Walton has booked a seat to Denmark in August to compete in The Generation Cup as part of a 16 strong England Handball Futures Programme.
I have been out of Triathlon for a month or so now resting my knee after I had to pull up in a couple of races. It was really disappointing as I was on track for top 15 placing in the Blenheim Palace Triathlon and the Leeds ITU Triathlon, but that’s growing for you!
Jess has had a very busy summer, not only was she selected to play for England in a new Home Nations U18 7's Competition, but she has been selected for the U20s England Women's Tour of Canada this August.
January started with toughening up my legs to deal with the endurance aspect of triathlon by taking part in the cross country season. After progressing through County and Regional qualification races, I was thrilled to qualify as part of the Somerset Team to participate at the English Schools’ Cross Country Championships in Leeds.
Luke Mason 16' from Weston College took part in the British Youth Fencing Championships in Sheffield this weekend.
He had an ok start in his pool winning 3 out of 5 bouts coming 24th seed.
My triathlon season is now starting to gain pace with my first Tri of the year at Burnham last weekend. This year I race in the youth category which means a bit of a jump in race distance which makes it more challenging.
TS5C's Great Britain junior trampolinist 17 year old Corey Walkes has much to be proud of after he produced an historic junior double silver medal win for Great Britain at the 26th European Trampoline, Tumbling and DMT Championships held in Azerbaijan.