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Archer, Jacqui Gould Jacqui Gould

Jacqui Gould is a talented young archer from Maidstone, Kent. She is a member of Crown Archers and has ambitions to compete in the Commonwealth Games 2010 and London Olympics in 2012. Find out more at www.jacqui-gould.co.uk.

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May 2009

Jacqui has been awarded a further grant by the JWCT to help her reach her goal of being on the British archery team and competing in the London Olympics 2012. She has achieved significant success over the last year, and is now ranked seventh in the UK. Additionally she has been awarded an elite performers package from Kent County Council, which includes three free sports science sessions and 1,000 for equipment and training.

Jacqui has however unfortunately not been able to train over recent months following a car accident earlier in 2009 which left her with a fractured vertebrae and bed-bound for several weeks. Fortunately the injury should not impair Jacqui’s performance, though it is likely to reduce her mobility.

Matt, Jeremy’s twin brother, presented Jacqui with a 1,000 cheque on 24 May 2009 at her first training session following her accident. Matt said “we admire Jacqui’s drive and determination to succeed, despite such adversity in her personal life. Jeremy would be proud to support her.”

November 2007 - 1,000

Jacqui was handed a cheque for 1,000 by Jeremy’s mother Tricia during a club training session in Maidstone on 3 November 2007. The grant will enable her to participate in competitions throughout the country, which she needs to do to achieve a national ranking in the sport.

The funds will be spent on equipment, competition entries, travel and training. Click here for newspaper report in the Kent Messenger.


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