GBR (Senior) Squad meets for its first full weekend…
The GBR (Senior) Squad met for a successful weekend training event on 13/14 October 2018 at The British Wrestling Academy, under the leadership of Eddy Kavanagh.
There had been an initial session on the evening at the culmination of the UWW Coach Level II course. This enabled Vincent Aka, UWW Development Officer for Coaching, to give an inspirational briefing to all the assembled athletes.
Support from Bolton University (their Sports rehabilitation personnel) was on-hand for athletes, increasing the benefit of the weekend training event to athletes that made great efforts to attend.
In addition to set-piece weekend training events, several of the GBR Squad are benefiting from regular training sessions during the week, freely given by the GBR Support Coaches.
In other related news
Syerus Eslami, a member of the GBR (Senior) Squad achieved Gold Medal in the 68kg category in the Portuguese Open (October 2018)
Preparations for Birmingham moved up a notch with the announcement of the venues for the 2022 Commonwealth Games where Wrestling is on the sport programme
The Birmingham organisers, in cooperation with Commonwealth Games England, arranged a series of photo-shoots designed to promote the new venues and Nathaniel Brown and Charlie Bowling took part alongside athletes from Boxing and Table Tennis.
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