New Herts Elite Athlete Programme names 13 Times Territory teens

PUBLISHED: 16:17 10 February 2009 | UPDATED: 22:25 26 October 2009

Hurdler Stephanie Gaynor is on the Herts Elite Athlete Support Programme

Hurdler Stephanie Gaynor is on the Herts Elite Athlete Support Programme

THE latest list of sports talent on the Herts Elite Athlete Support Programme sees 13 Times Territory teenagers named. New additions to the scheme include record-breaking WGC sprinter Jodie Williams. As well as Williams, Herts Phoenix has several of its m

Herts Phoenix runner Nathan Wake is on the Herts Elite Athlete Support Programme

THE latest list of sports talent on the Herts Elite Athlete Support Programme sees 13 Times Territory teenagers named.

New additions to the scheme include record-breaking WGC sprinter Jodie Williams.

As well as Williams, Herts Phoenix has several of its members recognised by the initiative.

Nathan Wake, Stephanie Gaynor, Emily Stevens and Peta Lundgren are all involved.

Hatfield Swimming Club duo Bobby Cave and Rachael George are named, as is Welwyn golfer Tom Lewis.

Fellow golfer Lucy Goddard, of Brocket Hall Golf Club, and Goffs Oak's U15 national trampoline champion Oliver Rowlands made the 23-strong list.

Potters Bar badminton player Mark Sadler is also included.

The final two from the region are from Hatfield-based Beaumont Diving Academy. Lauren Jones and Jessica Dangerfield complete the Times Territory athletes on the popular programme.

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