Congratulations to student Cirencester College student Tye Leo-Stroud who represented St. Helena this year in the 100m sprint at the Commonwealth Games.
17-year-old Tye is in his second year at Cirencester College, currently studying A-levels in Law, Classical Civilisation and Psychology. He has been competing in athletics since he was 13.
Tye joined 10 other athletes from St. Helena in Birmingham for the Games, where they embarked on a rigorous training programme in preparation for their respective events.
Tye said “It was a big moment for me, to represent my national team. The atmosphere at the games was electric and it was surreal to have free travel, physio, food, and our own track for training. It was just a great experience overall; a lot of the team had never been to England before.”
After College, Tye hopes to go to University and continue competing alongside his studies. His goal is to compete in the Commonwealth Games in Australia in 2026.
We continue to wish Tye the best of luck with his studies, training and competitions.
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