Recipients

September 2019 – Round 3

12 - Successful applicants
£6,750 - Money paid out
£1,500 - Highest award

Catrin Jones

Catrin Haf Jones (Weightlifting) - £1,500

Catrin Williams

Catrin Williams (windsurfing) - £750

Arwen Fflur

Arwen Fflur (sailing) - £750

Credit to Neil Shawcross for this picture

Lowri Howie

Lowri Howie (sking) - £750

Lowri Howie

Kieran Forrest (Climbing) £750

 

Tomos Land - £500 – triathlon
Ffion Mair Roberts - £500 – running
Tasmyn Green - £250 – Sailing
Tyler Green - £250 – Sailing
Keira Luke - £250 – Sailing
Freddie Maclaverty - £250 – Sailing
Bethany Doga - £250 – Sailing


April 2019 – Round 2

31 - applications
17 - different sports
14 – successful applicants
£8,000 – paid out
£1,250 – highest award

Samia Jones

Catrin Williams (windsurfing) - £1,250

Catrin Jones

Medi Harris (swimming) - £1,000

Maisie Potter

Osian Dwyfor Jones (hammer throwing) - £1,000

£750 each
Arwen Fflur – sailing
Ewan Luke – sailing
Ania Denham – football
Kieran Forrest – climbing

£250 each
Osian Davenport - fishing
Gregory Hopkins – cycling
Holly Jones – judo
Cameron Shaw – triathlon
Sophie Rawling – football
Frances Smith – wheelchair tennis
Ioan Dafydd Hughes – swimming


October 2018 – Round 1

36 – Applications
7 – Sports
10 – Awards
£6,250 – Paid Out
£1,250 – Highest Award(3)

Samia Jones - running from Caernarfon - £1,250
www.runbritainrankings.com/runners/profile.aspx?athleteid=614189

Catrin Jones – weightlifting from Bangor - £1,250
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catrin_Jones

Maisie Potter – snowboarding from Bangor - £1,250
http://www.maisiepotter.com/

Samia Jones

Samia Jones

Catrin Jones

Catrin Jones

Maisie Potter

Maisie Potter

Oliver Barbaresi (running – Bangor) - £500
Owain Rhys Humpheys (clay pigeon shooting – Caernarfon) - £500
Martyna Ruskowska (swimming – Llanfairfechan) - £500
Alice Bennett (hockey – Tywyn) - £250
Miles Margetson (hockey – Bangor) - £250
Michael Wood (hockey – Tywyn) - £250
Rhodri Slaven (kayaking – Caernarfon) - £250

Robin