Rydym yn defnyddio cwcis ar ein gwefan i gynnig y profiad gorau posibl. Mae hyn yn cynnwys personoli cynnwys a dadansoddi traffig ar ein gwefan, a hysbysebu ar wefannau a chyfryngau cymdeithasol
This programme will support athletes competing at a national or regional level in their designated sport. Our programme is designed to help and support athletes to get to that next step in their sporting achievement by providing free access to much needed training facilities. Membership is open to all sportspeople, including those with disabilities who meet the eligibility criteria when applying. Online applications will be accepted throughout the year.
You must complete an online application form and provide current information. This must be backed up by written evidence from your respective National Governing Body on letter headed paper and you must meet one of the criteria below:
These must be sporting activities and governing bodies recognised by the Sports Councils of Sports England & Sports Wales and include Disability Sports
If you are under 18, you must obtain parental consent to join the programme and anyone under 16 must be supervised by an adult at all time whilst attending the facility (the adult must be a paying customer/member or spectator only which will be free of charge)
You must live within the local authority catchment area or 10 miles of a local Parkwood, Subsidiary Companies and Partners facility
Welcome onboard Philip. Or Phil as he likes to be known as. Phil is an Olympian for Great Britain that competes at the highest level of his chosen sport (or event), the 3000m Steeplechase.
David Brown, from Torbay, competes in Duathlons . You may not have heard of the event but it is similar to a Triathlon, except there are two runs and a cycle as opposed to a cycle, run and swim.
Introducing 15 year old Jessie Hurtt! Jessie is an up and coming athlete in Canoe Polo (also known as Kayak Polo) - if you’re not sure what Canoe Polo is, imagine a game of water polo, but the competitors are in kayak’s.
Jason, 45, from Staffordshire is a high performance athlete competing at the very top level in his sport. The sport, however, may not be one that you have heard of.
Holly Jones is a 24 year old graduate in Exercise and Sports Science from Exeter University, and a very talented triathlete. Holly only started competing in the triathlon after finishing her degree at 21, when her boyfriend encouraged her to find a hobby.
Aaron Phipps is a 38 year old Paralympic champion after the Team GB Wheelchair Rugby Squad won Gold at Toky 2020. After contracting Meningitis C and Meningococcal Sepsis in 1999, Aaron continued his love of sport by taking up wheelchair racing, being the first disabled British person toscale Mount Kilimanjaro, and many other inspirational achievements.
Matthew Chronicle is an athlete that didn't find the sport he excelled at until being spotted through a talent programme at university. His talent for long distance running was picked up, although running doesn't necessarily have direct involvement in the sport he now participates in; the Biathlon. The Biathlon is a race combining cross-country skiing and rifle shooting, and Matthew dreams of completing a Biathlon in first place.
Daniel Rabbit is a 21 year old who represented Team GB and earned a 5th place finish at the Youth Olympics, and an elite athlete competing right at the top of his chosen sport; Judo. Daniel is currently the third highest rank Judo athlete in the UK and the number 1 in Wales. Daniel's mother ignited his passion for the sport by suggesting he attend a Judo class she'd seen advertised; he attended and fell in love.