Jack Eyers claimed gold at the canoe sprint and para-canoe World Championships.
Last week, our very own Jack Eyers claimed gold! Jack won gold in the men’s VL3 title at the Canoe Sprint and Para-canoe World Championships on Lake Bagsværd, Copenhagen.
What a nail-biter! Jack finished in 50.1 seconds to secure the gold medal. His team mate Stuart Wood took Silver, trailing Jack at the finish line by just 0.12 seconds.
Back in 2018, Jack won both European and World Championships bronze medals in the V1 200m VL3 class. This great achievement was during his very first international season racing in canoeing. He then took Silver at the International Canoe Federation Paracanoe World Cup in May 2021. Now he has the medal-set – and we are expecting him to win even more golds soon.
Along the way, Jack also competed in wheelchair racing, athletics, rowing and swimming but we all now believe that he has found the right sport in canoeing and he has the medals to prove it!
You can read more about Jack’s story and early life here.
At Dymond Engineering, our relationship with Jack started during lock down 2020, when he approached us to help him co-create the Total Training Tower – TX3. We co-designed and manufactured the TX3, an elite training tower, or squat rack, to be suitable for use in the home. It’s so stable, that it doesn’t even need to be bolted to the floor. The TX3 proved so popular that one was shipped to the Tokyo Olympics for GB athletes to use for training.
We are so proud to have been part of Jack’s journey, and we will continue to update you with more news about his future wins!
Do you want to train on a training tower just like Jack’s? If so we can supply you with a TX3 for your home. Call us on 01271 372662 to discuss costs and lead times.