SIX St. Mary’s students recently represented the British Aikido Association at the Senior World Championships in Switzerland.
Taking part in their first Senior International Tournament, Georgia Pullan (Year 10), Jake Pullan, Milly Bolton, Chloe Duckett, Sophia Drozd (all Year 13) and Kitty Bolton (Year 11) all performed to a high standard and made a great impression in front of competitors from around the world, including Russia, Brazil and Japan. Kitty won silver in the Kyu Grade competition with Milly winning bronze.
The group are now aiming to compete in Japan in two years’ time.
Aikido is a Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba. Aikido is often translated as "the way of unifying (with) life energy" or as "the way of harmonious spirit." Ueshiba's goal was to create an art that practitioners could use to defend themselves while also protecting their attacker from injury.
2015 JAA International Competition (Switzerland) [BRADFORD TOMIKI AIKIDO CLUB]
Aikido World Medals for St. Mary's Menston students [WHARFEDALE OBSERVER]
The English Schools Fell Running Championships held last weekend at Giggleswick saw some great performances from St. Mary’s students.
Schools Cycling Association (BSCA) Regional Championship Time Trial on the Bodington Circuit at the Brownlee Centre, Leeds.
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Aimee is ranked 9th in the World Ladies Snooker rankings
Congratulations to Izzy for this wonderful sporting achievement
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Year 10 student Nathan Snee has recently been selected to play for the Leeds Rhinos U16’s side and has also been awarded a two year Rugby Scholarship with the club.
Callum represented England in the Para-sport Athletics - Men's T54 Marathon.
Year 7 student Lily Durkan recently qualified in first place for the National Riding Schools Championships in the age range 12 and under.
Year 10 student Joe Nicol, is the best U16 platform diver in the UK.