Vanquish/Bennett Board Series 2013, Race 1

Gylly Results

Nippers 8-10

1st Male – Thomas Trebilcock
3rd Male – Mike Pond

Nippers 11-13

6th Male – Sam Norton
5th Female – Rosie Boulton
9th Female – Amy Walker

Summer Training Schedule 2013

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The summer training schedule is now live online. Keep an eye on Facebook for any cancellations or changes of venue:

http://www.gyllysurf.org.uk/training-schedule

Penzance Jubilee Pool Aquathon 2013, Race 1

Jubilee Pool Aquathon

200m Swim / 2 Mile run

Gylly Results

4th – Allan Reid – 14:12 1st M40-49
10th – Kieran Townsend – 15:05 2nd M17-19
11th – Matthew Stone – 15:06
12th – Matthew Casey – 15:09 3rd M17-19
19th – Melissa Reid – 15:51 1st F20-29
23rd – Lowenna Hawkey – 16:33 3rd F13-16
25th – Orion Page – 16:41 3rd M13-16
34th – Becky Walters – 17:24 2nd F20-29
39th – Courtney-Lee Reid – 17:46 1st F17-19
43rd – Georgia Christophers – 18:18
54th – Paul Sanders – 19:29

Full results here >>

St Austell Super Sprint Triathlon

Super Sprint Triathlon (400m/10km/2.5km)

Gylly Results

12th – Matthew Trewhella – 42:56 First Novice Male
35th – Lois Leanard – 50:54 Second Master Female
43rd – Oliver Stacey – 52.00
50th – Simon Pipkin – 53:23

Marazion Sprint Triathlon 2013

Sprint Triathlon (4km run/35km bike/11km run). The swim was cancelled due to the sea temperatures.

Gylly Results

18th – Clive Boyes-Hunter – 2:10:30
22nd – Jason Longhorn – 2:14:33

Full results here >>

Liskeard Triathlon 2013

Sprint triathlon. (400m pool swim/20k/5k)

Gylly Results

45th – Jon Webb – 1:07:1350th – Dan Luke – 1:07:36

Full results here >>

National Surf Life Saving Pool Champs 2013

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A strong team of nipper and junior members from Gyllyngvase Surf Life Saving + Triathlon Club entered last weeks British Life Saving Sport Pool Championships at Millfield, Somerset.

Gylly earned a large collection of medals after 2 days of fierce competition at the 50m Pool. The dual life saving and triathlon club are improving every year since establishing in 2008, and the nipper team (7 – 12 years) finished a fantastic 4th place, closely behind larger clubs Woolacombe, St Ives and Portreath. The junior squad (13-19 years) also showed a lot of skill and determination, despite having one of the smallest teams in the competition. 15 year old Susie Laws took home gold in the 50m sprint race.

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Matthew Stone, President of Gylly says:
‘I am very proud of all of the competitors from Gylly. Everyone’s hard work over the last year has clearly showed over the championships. I must say a big thank you to all coaches and officials who continue to volunteer their time to support the club.’

The success is even greater looking at the results 4 years ago, where the team finished second from last. This time around, they received 1 gold, 2 silver and 9 bronze medals. There was a lot of effort and teamwork to be seen from all Gylly competitors who attended the champs, well done to you all!

For full results go to the SLSGB website here >>

To see a gallery of the images from the event, click here >>

Penzance Triathlon 2013

Penzance Tri 2013

The forecast was for heavy rain and gale force gusts of wind but the seventh Penzance Triathlon still went ahead. The winds, gusting up to 45mph in places (especially over towards St Just), caused a few problems on the bike with competitors having to use all their strength just to stay upright.

Well done to Oliver Stacey and Dan Luke who competed in the race for Gylly. It was Oliver’s first triathlon, and I’m sure is now addicted to the sport. Thanks to all from Gylly who supported the athletes on the day.

“Thanks all for the for the support today, especially Allan Reid for all the coaching…”
Oliver Stacey

Well done to Yvonne Turner and Mounts Bay Harriers for staging another great event.

Gylly Results

19th – Dan Luke – 1:32:10
71st – Oliver Stacey – 1:48:25

Full Results >>

Image thanks to Jodie Matthews

6 Gylly members qualify as beach lifeguards

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6 members of Gylly passed their beach lifeguard qualification after a 6 day intensive course. Gracie Dack, Rebecca Walters, Courtney-Lee Reid, Dan Luke, Rob Dick and Matt Casey have all been training with the club for several years, and achieved the Surf Life Saving GB recognized qualification last week.

The course includes lots of detailed content, including: first aid + resuscitation, the beach environment, lifeguarding techniques, rescue skills and lifeguard communications. Despite a lot of nerves on exam day, all 6 performed brilliantly and showcased all the skills needed to operate as a beach lifeguard.

“I am incredibly proud of everyone! Qualifying is not easy, and all 6 worked very hard throughout the week. I couldn’t fault any of them on the day.”  
Matthew Stone, Club President and beach lifeguard trainer.

The participants were able to perfect their techniques at Gyllyngvase Beach and advance their surf skills at nearby north coast beaches. Falmouth Community Fire Station provided a classroom for all of the theory work, to which everyone is very grateful. Club trainers and beach lifeguards Matthew Stone, Melissa Reid and Allan Reid all gave up their time to help teach the group during the week. The Regional Lifesaving Officer for SLSGB, Alex Bowden, assessed and qualified everyone on the day.

The club has now qualified over 30 beach lifeguards since establishing in October 2008 and has 3 trainers and 1 assessor. The club is committed to providing professionally trained and highly skilled beach lifeguards to work and volunteer for the RNLI beach lifeguard service.

SLS Cornwall Stillwater Champs 2013

Well done to all juniors, seniors and masters who entered the Cornish Stillwater Champs last Saturday at Bodmin. We came a fantastic 3rd place overall! I don’t have a group picture unfortunately but I hear there were some outstanding performances and everyone put in super effort.

There were too many great results to mention, but in the team events Gylly finished 1st in the Open Manikin Carry, 2nd in the Youth Medley Relay and 5th in the Open Medley Relay.

Results

1st – Portreath 183
2nd – St Ives 129
3rd – Gyllyngvase 109
4th – Perranporth 106
5th – Polzeath 100
6th – Hayle 75
7th – Newquay 48
8th – Crantock 43
9th – Bude 18

Download the results here – Cornish Stillwater Results 2013