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Jessica Moore- Summer Success!

29 Jul

July 2015 has been a successful month for Jess.

Jess has won:

• The ladies West Midlands Area Double Trap at Griffin Lloyd Shooting Ground.

• The Junior Ladies Olympic Trap British Grand Prix at Bisley Shooting Ground.

• Travelled to Suhl, Germany competing in the Junior World Cup Olympic Trap event and came 4th overall.

• Won the Junior Ladies Olympic Trap UK Championships at Beverley Shooting Ground.

• Recently returned from Maribor, Slovenia representing GBR Junior Ladies Olympic Trap team competing in the European Championships and won the European Team Bronze medal.

Jess has used MacWet gloves throughout her success and loves how well they work in all weather conditions. “A glove which assists me in my shooting, no matter what the climate throws at me, the grip with the gloves never lets me down”

We wish Jess continued success and are extremely proud that she uses MacWet gloves.

 

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Top 5 Places to Fish in the World!

8 Jul

National Fishing Month starts next week! (18th -31st July) .

As in previous years, the idea behind National Fishing Month is to encourage every family member to have a go at fishing. It does not matter what age you are, or what previous experience you have. Nor does it matter which cultural or social background you may be from. Fishing is for everyone!

In honour of National Fishing Month we have put a list together of the Top 5 places to fish in the world!

1. Salmon, Umba River, Kola Peninsula, Russia

2. Giant black marlin, Cairns, Australia

3. Catfish, southern USA

4. Taimen, Eg-Uur River Basin, Mongolia

5. Piranha, Amazon Basin, Brazil

Catch fish with MacWet Gloves!

 

 

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Happy July!

1 Jul

British Summer is here…

The covers are off and Wimbledon is underway, a number of summer sports have begun and its National Picnic Month!

National Picnic Month aims to provide people with ideal opportunity to get together over a picnic and discuss advice, tips, recipes and enjoy the great British outdoors!

Picnicking is one of the UK’s most enjoyable summer traditions, and is a great way of taking advantage of any open spaces in your local area over the warmer months of the year.

After you’ve finished eating, there is also the opportunity to take advantage of being ouydoors and engage the whole family in games, sports, or a walk around the park. Find new ways to get active this summer by trying new sports like kayaking, windsurfing, volleyball or even rock climbing!

BUT dont forget to use your MacWet Gloves!

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Wimbledon is on its way!

23 Jun

Wimbledon is a great British Institution, not only is it the oldest tennis tournament in the world it is also regarded the most prestigious.

Every year thousands of tennis fans head to Wimbledon to watch their sporting heroes hit balls at one another over 100mph! Not to mention indulging in strawberries and cream!

In honour of the start of Wimbledon we have put a list together of interesting Wimbledon facts….

1. In 1995 Tim Henman became the first ever person to be disqualified from Wimbledon.

2. During the Wimbledon Championships 54,250 balls are used- stored at 68 degrees F.

3. During World War II, 5 bombs hit Centre Court, destroying 1,200 seats. It took 9 years for the court to be fully restored.

4. Each year at Wimbledon 28,000kg of strawberries are eaten along with 7,000 litres of cream.

5. The records for fastest serve are Taylor Dent, clocked at 148 mph (2010) and Venus Williams with 129 mph (2008)

 

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Royal Ascot ‘Like nowhere else’

16 Jun

Brisitsh Summer officialy starts when Royal Ascot begins and guess what?  The world’s most famous race meeting starts today!

Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting attracting many of the world’s finest racehorses competing for more than £5.5 million.

Every year Thursday is the historic day of the Gold Cup and launches the Royal Meeting.  Ascot has over 300 years of history and is an important part of the British summer social calendar, establishing it’s self as a national institution – the ultimate centre stage for the best racehorses in the world.

 

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MacWet Celebrates National Go Canoe Week- ‘The Road to Rio’

19 May

It’s time to celebrate National Go Canoe Week on the ‘Road to Rio’ with MacWet gloves.

With National Go Canoe Week just around the corner 23rd-31st May 2015 and the 2016 Olympics only a year away it’s the perfect opportunity to try out MacWet gloves. The aim of National Go Canoe Week 2015 is to collectively paddle the distance from the UK to Rio and back that’s 24,901 miles! The aim of the week is to inspire people to get out on the water, take part and join in the excitement- so why not give it ago!

The nationwide event is encouraging people all over the country to get out on to the water and register their miles online to reach the grand total. The event is a great way for everyone to try out something new, come together as a nation and get involved in Olympic fever!

For more information visit- Go Canoe

 

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The Top 5 Places to Play Golf in the World

11 May

1 –  Augusta National- Augusta,Georgia

 

2 –  Cypress Point- Pebble Beach, California

 

3 –  Turnberry Ailsa- Turnberry, Ayrshire

 

4 –  Pine Valley- Pine Valley, New Jersey

 

5 –   Royal Melbourne- Victoria, Australia

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