[CUCBC Captains] Development Squad
jordan at cubc.org.uk
Tue Apr 7 10:39:16 BST 2020
I hope you are all well and have been enjoying the fine weather the last
few days as much as is possible in these challenging times.
I have heard from a good number of you since my email on the 27th - thank
you very much to those who have got back to me so far. I just wanted to
remind those I haven't heard from yet to please get in touch in the next
few days with the details of anyone with potential who may be keen to
receive some advice/support on training as part of the development squad
this year. It will be hugely valuable both for the CUBC and colleges to
keep as many talented athletes as possible developing over the next few
months as we look ahead to the start of next season.
I intentionally haven't prescribed specific erg score standards as I
appreciate that there will be talented young people out there who were
beginners this year and may not have done significant amounts of erg
training or testing. If in doubt as to whether someone is of the calibre we
are looking for please just send through their details anyway and I can
make an assessment of the wider group as a whole.
I look forward to hearing from you.
On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 2:09 PM Jordan Stanley <jordan at cubc.org.uk> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I hope you are keeping well and managing the current difficult
> circumstances as best as possible.
> I wanted to reach out to you regarding the development squad for this
> year. As I'm sure you can understand, given the circumstances, there won't
> be a development squad running as there has been in past years. However, it
> is imperative for the CUBC that we continue to identify talent within the
> colleges and assist those identified in developing as athletes in order to
> hopefully trial for the CUBC in future campaigns, as well as adding
> significantly to their colleges.
> To that end, could you please provide me with the *name, 2km score, 5km
> score and contact email address* of anyone at your college who has shown
> potential and you think may be interested in this opportunity. If you have
> already provided me with details of some people then I have these on file
> and don't need anything further unless there are new people you would like
> to add.
> I plan to make contact with those interested in the next few weeks and
> provide them with some assistance particularly regarding their training
> programmes, as well as being available to provide advice as and when needed.
> If you could please get back to me by *Friday 10th April* at the latest
> that would be fantastic.
> Best wishes,
> Jordan Stanley
> Assistant Coach
> Cambridge University Boat Club
> The Goldie Boathouse
> Kimberley Road
> CB4 1HJ
> T: 07748 434 539
Cambridge University Boat Club
The Goldie Boathouse
T: 07748 434 539
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