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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR EVERYONE PLANNING ON ATTENDING THE 2016 BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS WEEKEND
After discussion with the staff at the English Institute of Sport we have been advised that there will be very limited parking spaces at the venue this weekend due to events taking place at iceSheffield and with the Don Valley Bowl closed due to weather conditions.
Parking will still be available at the EIS however it may not be able to accommodate everyone looking to attend the Championships this weekend.
Venue staff have advised people to use parking at Sheffield Arena, which is a short walk away from EIS
The ticket cost is £3. If bought on the day it will last from 8.00am to 5.30pm, and if bought after 5.30pm it lasts until 8.00am the following day.
If you would like further information please contact our events team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Source: BritishJudo : Parking at 2016 British Championships 10 – 11 December | 7 Dec 2016 | 5:12 am
Alors que Morgane Ribout vient d'annoncer qu'elle se lançait dans une carrière au MMA, nous nous sommes entretenus avec son coach Bertrand Amoussou.
Source: alljudo.net RSS news : Bertrand Amoussou : «Morgane Ribout est prête» | 7 Dec 2016 | 2:26 am
GB judoka Jan Gosiewski will be one of four University of Bath students who will be helping to enrich the lives of young Africans through the power of sport, leadership and education.
Gosiewski, Jake Samuel, James Morrissey and James Odagi have been selected for the inspirational Volunteer Zambia project, which is now in its 12th year and sees students working in villages to provide sporting opportunities for youngsters, develop community sport programmes and mentor volunteers in coaching roles. They also deliver health awareness workshops.
They are now busy raising funds to pay for their visits in the summer of 2017 and, along with fellow students and staff at the University, have signed up for the Bath Half Marathon as part of a RAG50 team. A ‘Take Me Out’ evening based on the ITV show is also being planned for the new year.
Great Britain international judoka Gosiewski, in his third year of a Mechanical Engineering PhD course, has visited Africa several times during his competitive career and is looking forward to spending more time working in the local community.
“Having a positive impact on the lives of the less privileged and contributing to a lasting legacy will be the biggest reward in itself,” he said.
“I aim to share my experiences as a coach and international judo athlete to empower young people through sport. I hope to learn about the Zambian culture and develop my leadership skills by solving problems encountered during the introduction of the development programme.”
Morrissey and Odagi will be in Zambia from June 1 to July 12, while Gosiewski and Samuel will be in the second group to visit from July 11 to August 21. Sophie Thomas, BUCS Performance Officer at the University of Bath, will also visit the project during the summer.
More than 50 University of Bath students have taken part in Volunteer Zambia – formerly known as the Zambia IDEALS project – since it was first established by the Wallace Group of UK Higher Education Institutions in 2005.
The 2017 programme will see Student Sport Development Officers from seven Universities work alongside the Zambian non-government organisation Sport in Action to support the development of more effective talent pathways in key sports, including volleyball, netball and women’s football.
They will also use their own sporting experiences to develop the skills of young Zambians in coaching and coach education, officiating, leadership and wider sports volunteering with the aim of creating sustainable opportunities for people to play and progress in sport.
To support the group’s fundraising appeal or for more information about Volunteer Zambia, visit http://www.teambath.com/t-d/student-opportunities/volunteer-zambia/ or www.facebook.com/volunteerzambiabath.
Many thanks to Team Bath / University of Bath for the above press release
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Source: BritishJudo : GB judoka to enrich lives through sport for 2017 Volunteer Zambia project | 7 Dec 2016 | 1:19 am