The Greatest World Record Ever: Can it be beaten?

June 12th, 2013

http://www.insidethegames.biz/blogs/1014635-roald-bradstock-the-greatest-world-record-ever-can-it-be-beaten


April 2013 News

April 29th, 2013

2013: Running Network:  Article.

2013: Inside the Games: Blog.
2013: The Sports Digest: Article.

 


2013 News

February 1st, 2013

2013: World Master Athletics - Roald Bradstock’s M50 World Masters Javelin Record of 76.15m thrown on June 2nd 2012 becomes Official.

2013 Roald Bradstock tops World Masters Rankings for 2012 in both the 45 to 49 year and 50 to 54 year age group catergories


Bradstock tops 2 World Rankings Lists for 2012.

January 8th, 2013

Roald Bradstock tops World Masters Rankings for 2012 in both the 45 to 49 year and 50 to 54 year age group catergories:

http://mastersathletics.net/fileadmin/html/Rankings/Rankings_2012/2012JavelinThrow.html


THE Duke of Edinburgh launches business project

October 11th, 2012

THE Duke of Edinburgh paid a royal visit to Stevenage this week to open a business start-up enterprise. Prince Philip spent an hour at the Business and Technology Centre on Wednesday morning to officially launch its My Incubator project and meet entrepreneurs.

Run by Stevenage Borough Council and Herts business advisors Wenta, the scheme has helped launch and develop more than 50 businesses in two-andhalf years, with over 20 currently at the Bessemer Drive facility.   Read More >>

 


Roald Bradstock wins silver at 2012 UK OlympicTrials aged 50!

August 23rd, 2012
Fifty-year-old Roald Bradstock wins javelin silver at Aviva Trials
Performance artist throws 72.78m

Andy Bull in Birmingham

The Observer, Saturday 23 June 2012 11.33 EDT

Roald Bradstock celebrates his javelin throw during the men’s final at the Aviva 2012 UK Olympic Trials and Championship at Alexander Stadium. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

It was not hard to pick out Roald Bradstock at the Aviva Trials. He was the 50-year-old performance artist wearing a tracksuit top from the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, over the top of a kit emblazoned with the Union Jack that he had hand-painted. It helped, too, that he threw 72.78m. That was good enough to win him a silver medal behind 27-year-old Lee Doran, from Sheffield, and made him the oldest man to win a medal at the championships since 1936. Read the rest of this entry »