Achievements to date
My name is Ryan Holden, I am 17 years old. I have recently started my level 2 diploma in plumbing at East Kent College. I started Archery five years ago and only started competing three years ago. In that time I have achieved a national record and over 40 county records, also I have shot for England four times and Kent four times, once as a senior. I am training five or six times a week and I am currently in the Archery GB Talent Development Programme. I have won a haul of medals and trophies.
Shooting for England in the Junior Commonwealth Championships for Europe in Llanharran, Wales. In this event, I won the individual event on all three rounds and as a team England came first overall and first in the mixed recurve team. At this event I scored the highest overall recurve score, for which I was awarded the memorial trophy which has great importance to this event. I gained my scores for the 2015 GB Team selection shoot during this event and this is why this is my most memorable sporting achievement.
None to date.
Listening to music on the way to the event and just before a good warm up.
Over the last twenty years, £198,554 has been awarded to individuals and organisations across Kent.