PUMA Point Stop Championships [Review]

by | Apr 9, 2019 | PUMA News, Team Championships | 0 comments

The Point Stop Championships used to be a regular feature on the PUMA calendar, but had been absent for a few years. Mr Tettmar was the drive behind getting it back for 2019, held in Newbury on the 29th March. The day was a huge success with over 200 competitors in attendance from 23 schools, supported by 43 officials.

Mr Tettmar, who organised the event, said:

The feedback from all of the competitors and officials was overwhelmingly positive & everybody seemed to enjoy the day. We really wanted it to be a fun event and to bring a real team spirit to the occasion, which it seemed to achieve.

The most exiting feedback for me was that I had messages saying that it felt like the previous point-stop competitions, where our members had a fun day out and it had a real feel good vibe about the day.

Hopefully I have learnt a lot from organising the event; and going forward the rules and entry system should be clearer for next year! I’m so pleased that it was a successful competition that we can add to the PUMA calendar for students & instructors to enjoy in future years to come.

I would like to thank all of the instructors, competitors, officials/helpers and spectators that made the day a success & commend everybody’s hard work in supporting the event. 

The next competitions on the PUMA calendar are the Junior Championships (9th June) and the English Championships (7th July), hopefully we see lots of you there!

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