The Club have secured another sponsor on a 3 year deal. more news to follow soon.
At their end of year presentation evening, hosted by their main sponsor Document House, Team Kennet presented a cheque for £1000 to the 3rd Newbury Scout Group, who have been providing hot drinks and hot snacks at their Triathlon and Duathlon events for many years. They are always there come rain or shine and they […]
Team Kennet rounded of to be their best ever Track and Field Season by being presented with the Trophies from the Oxford Junior Track and Field League by Chairperson of the League Annalise on top of this they took the major League Title the Wessex Young Athletes League which has 24 clubs taking part on […]
Team Kennet have been given a lifesaving Defibrillator This was handed over on a Wednesday junior training night. Neale Marney kindly donated the Defibrillator, Neale, pictured in the middle with both chair of the club Nick Bull and vice chair of the club Averil Hewitt, decided to give the Defibrillator to a good cause, to […]
Congratulations goes to George Anstie this week on being selected to be part of the Team CP England Athletics Squad for the Nottingham 2015 CPISRA World Games in August. George who is an U23 Athlete and recently qualified Coaching Assistant at our club was selected on his achievements of last year. George will compete in […]
Team Kennet have made Two Time Olympic Athlete Jessica Harrison an Ambassador Of Team Kennet for her performance in international triathlon over 26 years and being involved in the club throughout her career. she is an inspiration to all junior and senior athletes around the globe and will have time now to visit the club […]
Luke Angell achieves UKA Scholarship Award. Congratulation to Luke Angell on passing his NVQ 3 in Understanding Sports Performance and Achieving Excellence in Sports Performance at Loughborough University. Luke was awarded a UKA Scholarship in December 2012 after his power 10 status showed him at the top of his event. Luke was selected with approximately 80 […]
London Evening Standard A slither won’t do against Seattle. The Seahawks stopped the Packers getting to last season’s Super Bowl by winning late in the NFC Championship game. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was carrying an injury going into the game that limited his ability to scramble for valuable yards. He’s fully fit and won’t be limping […]