No training this weekend

Due to the National Surf Life Saving Nipper and Junior Champs in Cardiff this weekend, there will be no training on Saturday 26th or Sunday 27th March.

We’ll be back to normal the week after. Good luck to all competitors, coaches and supporters who are going!

Issy gets England call up

Izzy continued her dream cross country season at the English Schools Cross Country Championships in Nottingham at the weekend, finishing eighth in the Intermediate Girls race and gaining selection for the England team in this weekend’s Home Countries Schools International race in Dublin.

Izzy’s performance was all the more remarkable as she is in the younger year of this age category and remains eligible for the same age group next year. The Falmouth School student is a member of Gyllyngvase Surf Life Saving Club and regularly attends training sessions at Cornwall Athletic Club.

Peter Meredith, her coach at Cornwall Athletic Club, takes up the story, “Izzy settled in around 20th after the first 500 metres and after the first one kilometre small lap, she had moved into the mid teens. The runners then had one big lap, which is flat for three quarters of the way, followed by a long hill with a steep last 150 metres, before swooping down to the finish over the last 200 metres. As she reached the steepest part of the course, she had moved up to 12th and proceeded to pass two more on the hardest section of the hill. It was then all down to the final sprint to the line and she made up two more places, to snatch her well deserved England team place. The going was good underfoot, which suited her and this was truly a fantastic result in her first year of competitive running.”

Also reprensenting Cornwall was Charlotte Emsden, who finished 220th in the Junior Girls race.

Well done Issy and Charlotte!

Words courtesy of Cornwall AC | Photo courtesy of Hugh Emsden

Gylly gets Clubmark!

I am pleased to be able to confirm that Gyllyngvase Surf Lifesaving Club has successfully achieved Clubmark accreditation.

Clubmark is the Sport England cross sport quality accreditation for clubs with junior sections.

Surf Life Saving GB and British Triathlon accredits clubs that comply with minimum operating standards in four areas:

• The playing or participation programme
• Duty of care and child protection
• Sports equity and ethics
• Club management

Clubmark demonstrates to partners, parents and young people that Clubmark accredited clubs are:

Thanks to all of the committee members and coaches for helping Gylly SLSC become the first Clubmark accredited Surf Life Saving Club in the country.

To find out more, visit the Clubmark website at

Matthew Stone, Club President

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Surf Life Saving and Triathlon Club

Enys 10K Run and Fun Walk

Sunday 10th April 2011, Penryn

It would be great to get a team together for this race, contact for details

Registration starts at 9.00 am, Enys Gardens TR10 9LB

Give yourself time to be at the start for 11.00 am runners (9.30 for walkers).

If you are running or walking for a CHARITY we would be grateful if you could inform the Registration Officers of the Charity and the approximate amount you anticipate raising.

All 10K runners must be over the age of 15 years.

Enys 10K Race Entry Form