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SNDBT has a rich history of producing some of the best young paddlers in this country over the years. 2017 is set to be another fantastic year!
Erin Hall, age 14 of St Neots first started paddling only 6 months ago with us and our Spartans Junior Team. We are proud to say that she will be attending and taking part in the World Championships, France in July 2017.
SNDBT have had juniors as part of the team for years but our Spartans Junior Team is new.
Our first GB Spartan has hit a home run and is proudly sporting a gold medal after Team GB won gold in the World 200m Junior championships in France
25 year old Rachel Elliott, originally from Trimdon, County Durham moved to St Neots early in 2015 to further her career as an Assistant Clinical Psychologist with the NHS. She joined St Neots Dragon Boat Team in July 2015 primarily as a means of meeting people and enjoying some social exercise. Shortly after joining the club, she got an opportunity to train with the Great Britain National Dragon Boat Team initially as an opportunity to receive some extra training and see wha…t National representation entailed. Rachel seized the opportunity and earned a GB call up to the EDBF European Championship squad held in Rome in August 2016 where she won a silver medal in the 500 metres Mixed 10 person boat event.
The Great Britain national team were recently invited to attend the IDBF 2nd World Cup in Wujin, China from 19th to 24th October.
Rachel said of her call up, ‘I joined the St Neots Dragon Boat Team simply to make friends when I moved to the area. To be able to develop as a paddler and within the year be selected for the national squad was such an achievement. I was so proud to represent my country in Rome, where we won a bronze and a silver medal and now to go onto compete in China is beyond anything I could have imagined!’
SNDBT Crew Captain Ian Knibbs said of Rachel’s achievement, ‘Rachel is a perfect example of everything the St Neots Dragon Boat Team stands for, our primary aim is to have a social and fun environment for the people from the St Neots area to come and enjoy one of the most fun, growing sports in the world. Within this, we are also exceptionally proud of the number of paddlers we continue to produce to compete on the National Stage. We truly believe in supporting all our members to become the best that they want to be.’
Whether you aspire to compete on the national stage, or are just interested in a fun and sociable hobby, the St Neots Dragon Boat Team are always on the lookout for new members of any age, prior experience is not necessary. If you are interested in giving the sport a try, contact us on Facebook, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: isotretinoin purchase overnight delivery for more information.
SNDBT are very proud of you Rachel and what you have achieved.
Photo attached – Rachel Elliott with her 500m Mixed 10 Person Boat Silver medal from the 2016 European Championships in Rome held in August
The St Neots Spartans are a new and exciting sub team of the St Neots Dragon Boat Team, aimed solely at youngsters aged between 12-18.
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SNDBT were proud to receive the St Neots Community & Business Highly Commended Award for Sports Team/Club of the Year on Saturday 8th Oct 2016.
Well done to all the GB teams members who represented our country and their parent clubs at the 12th European National Championships in Rome. SNDBT were honoured and privileged to have hosted you for training events throughout the build up to an amazing competition for Team GB. You’ve inspired and motivated us, watch this space for SNDBT members fighting to take part at the 2017 China Worlds
SNDBT turn 18 this year!! Here is the first shot of the team way back then (August bank holiday 1997) 18 years is a long time for any team and we have some fond memories from all these years that have gone by. It makes us one of the most established Dragon Boat Teams in the country and we are proud to say we have original team members still paddling to this day.
Reaching this mile stone is a true test of time and a result of the passion, dedication, blood, sweat and tears that the management and paddlers of this club give in the name of sport and fun. Want to come and see what has kept us going for this amount of time? Just message us and well get right back to you!
It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness month and St Neots Dragon Boat Team SNDBT are massively proud to announce their plans for the newest team in St. Neots
St Neots Pink Paddlers will be aimed at providing support through sport to ladies (and gents) who have recovered or are recovering from breast (and other) cancers.
It’s been repeatedly proven that Dragon Boating provides significant health benefits and aids with lymphedema symptoms.
We will start with basic introductory ‘Pink Paddler’ sessions every other Saturday morning starting from Saturday November 8th and aim to launch the team fully in the spring of 2015. You must have at least 3 months from the end of your treatments, we also advise you discuss this with your GP.
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We have lots of information and testimonials how Dragon Boating could help you on the road to, or after recovery.
Breast cancer survivors’ dragon boating is an international movement inspired by the research of Canadian sports medicine specialist Don McKenzie. Survivors of breast cancer join together to paddle dragon boats to the benefit of their physical health and social wellbeing.
In a 1998 paper in the Canadian Medical Association Journal McKenzie described how in February 1996 he started a dragon boat team for women with a history of breast cancer, which the women chose to name Abreast in a Boat. He believed that this activity would benefit breast cancer survivors as it provided strenuous upper body activity in an aesthetically pleasing and socially supportive environment. His paper concludes:
How important is the Abreast in a Boat project? It is an approach to promoting health and raising breast cancer awareness that is driven by women with the disease. It reaches out to other women and gentlemen and offers them a message of hope and support.
It is helping to change attitudes toward “life after breast cancers,” and it encourages women and men to lead full and active lives. It is making a difference.
The International Breast Cancer Paddlers’ Commission (IBCPC) is an international organisation based in Canada. It describes itself as: “an international umbrella organisation whose mandate is to encourage the establishment of predominately breast cancer dragon boat teams, within the framework of participation and inclusiveness. We support the development of recreational dragon boat paddling as a contribution to a healthy life style for those diagnosed with breast cancer.” As of August 2011 it had member organisations in Australia (29 groups), Canada (41), Ireland (1), Italy (5), New Zealand (7), Singapore (1), South Africa (1), United Kingdom (7) and United States (24)
On Saturday 27th September, 18 crew members from St Neots Dragon Boat Team completed an epic river marathon, battling the current and tide of the River Thames as part of the Great River Race.
The race course runs a gruelling 21.6 miles starting from London Docklands and finishing in Ham in Surrey. The team, set off across the start line 336th out of the 338 boats in the competition and completed the course in the 83rd fastest time on the day, an impressive 2 hours 40 minutes and 8 seconds, overtaking 117 other vessels and crews in the process.
The crew opted to use the race as a team challenge to raise money for Addenbrookes Charitable Trust, in particular for Haematology Wing E10 in which crew member and Great River Race competitor Rachel Wallis is a junior sister, and in support of another crew member and paddler Damian Stone who has been receiving treatment on the ward. As of Monday 29th September the crew had raised an impressive £1250 for the cause.
The race represented significant personal challenges for the entire crew, none more so than paddler Ben Daines who a little over 2 years ago had half a lung removed. Ben said of the day ‘Saturday 27th Sept 2014 will stay with me until my last breath. What a totally awesome and emotional day! 27 months ago in Papworth I wouldn’t have thought it physically possibly to paddle 200m, today we’ve just smashed 22 miles! Thank you for all believing in me and letting me share it with such a great bunch of people. We did it!!’
Special thanks from the whole crew go to The Flag Workshop, Craftman Flagmakers from St Neots who provided a custom flag for the team, proudly presenting the town and team’s name to the thousands of spectators lining the bridges and banks along the course.