Happy new year everyone.
Over the last few days you may have caught me on the TV or on the Radio in relation to the last-minute announcement of a World Championships in LA from the 2nd-5th of March.
I thought I’d put down my thoughts on “paper” to make sure nothing is
Well that’s certainly come around quickly. The 4 years between games always seem like so far away, and a huge amount of time, but before you know it we’re on the last run in to Rio.
So what’s happened in the 4 years since the last Paralympics and my famous John
Pre Worlds blog
With just a few days to go until the world championships in Aguascalientes, and April 2013 being my last blog entry, I thought it was about time to do a give you a bit of an update.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 2 years since the
Paralympic multi-medallists Jody Cundy, Hannah Cockroft and Sarah Storey are amongst numerous Paralympians who are supporting ParalympicsGB’s Sports Fest, which will be held at the EIS Sheffield on April 26 and 27.
The attending athletes will participate in the Meet the Medallists sessions, where they will be available to answer questions,
Following a road traffic accident yesterday lunchtime whilst training in Majorca near Santa Maria Del Cami, we can confirm Jody only suffered minor injuries, including a bruised hand and cuts to his knee and elbow.
He was able to finish his training ride and will remain on the island until the
The battle for the Revolution Series Elite Championship is poised to go down to the wire in Glasgow on Saturday 2nd February with Jody making yet another appearance.
The culmination of the Elite Championship will see a nail biting finish as the top three team fight for the overall title. Leaders
Jody has been announced the guest speaker for this years MWR Preston Sports Awards
Now one of the most popular events on Preston’s sporting calendar, the 8th Annual MWR Preston Sports Awards will be held on 8 March at Preston Guild Hall. Celebrating the fantastic sporting achievements of 2012, together with
The University of Hertfordshire has awarded Paralympic and World champion Jody Cundy MBE, an Honorary Master of Science in recognition of his outstanding services to Paralympic sport.
Jody has gone on to become a multiple Paralympic champion and holds a string of world records, including breaking the world record for the
In his last racing appearance of the year and his first in an elite endurance competition, Jody faced the likes of Olympians Steve Burke, Ed Clancy and Andy Tennant at the first Round of the Revolution Series 2012/2013.
And Jody was certainly up for the challenge as he got the loudest
Excitement is building ahead of Revolution Series Round 1 this Saturday night in Manchester and Jody can't wait to do battle in the elite team competition.
A Bronze medalist in the 4km pursuit at the Paralympics in London, Jody will ride in one of 12 elite teams at the Manchester Velodrome