Duo take gold medals JIU JITSU
JACK Galland and Eve Middleton led the line as the Hillingdon Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club seized a plethora of medals at the British Open.
The duo came in first place in their respective 13 and 15 year-old categories, winning gold, while Krzysztof Tunkiewicz also claimed first place in the over-40 category.
Hillingdon were well represented throughout the Open with nine entrants in total, Rodger Middleton finishing as runner-up and claiming a silver medal. Andras Szeles and Fiona Middleton completed the honours, with both taking bronzes.
And the club celebrated their success with the visit of previous British Open champion Ross Nicholls, who was invited to join in the festivities. ADRIAN Feek impressed for Hayes’ Bath Road Cycling Club in Oxfordshire.
Feek mastered tricky weather conditions to record a time of 24.51 in the Fairly United CT ‘10’ out at Witney.
His Bath club-mate Graham Giggs rode in the Reading CC ‘50’ on the Sunday at Farnham recording a time of 1.58.28 taking 7th place.
The midweek 9.2 mile time trial on the roads of Black Park and Pinewood circuit saw nine Bath Roaders ride, the fastest being Giggs (22.18).
Richard Willcox (23.46), Stuart Jackson (23.55), Feek (25.09), Leon Thomas (27.40), Lewis Seymour (28.03), Colin Mann (28.39), Nick Mann (30.14) and Dave Giggs (32.07) were also in action.
A HILLINGDON boxing duo chalked up another couple of wins this week.
Tommy Tear, trained by Les Southey in the borough, recorded his eighth victory on the trot.
Hayes flyweight Ramash ‘Rambo’ Ahmadi also had that winning feeling after knocking out Jason Barton in the first round. EASTCOTE Community Association are on the lookout for new table tennis players ahead of the new season.
The club, which plays on Monday and Wednesday evenings, have eight teams across the Wembley & Harrow Table Tennis League.
Contact Eve and George Gibson on 01895 636 106 for more information.