The London Youth Games are a stepping stone for many international and Olympic athletes including Dina Asher-Smith, Raheem Sterling, Alex Scott and Mo Farah. Mytime Active manage and coordinate over 40 different teams from a range of local clubs, schools and community groups within the borough of Bromley. We have over 60 volunteer team managers that recruit and train young people to compete in over 30 different sports - from athletics, football and squash to archery, fencing and sailing. Team Bromley compete against 32 other London Boroughs and the Games provide competitive opportunities for children and young people aged 7 to 18 with varying abilities.
“The competition is such an amazing arena for young people to raise their self-esteem in a challenging, competitive but ultimately fun environment. Our young people showed huge progress with their confidence and skills throughout the London Youth Games.”
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Team Bromley celebrates fourth consecutive win
The conclusion of the 2019 London Youth Games saw Team Bromley crowned as Jubilee Champions for the 4th consecutive year.
Over 700 young people who live or go to school locally represented Team Bromley in the 2019 Games. With competitive opportunities for participants aged 7 to 18, from 33 London Boroughs, the Games have been a stepping-stone for many international and Olympic athletes, including Dina Asher-Smith and Raheem Sterling.
Team Bromley took part in 45 competitions across 28 different sports, achieving a personal best of 13 gold, 2 silver and 5 bronze medals. Bromley’s Paralympic teams also saw their best ever year, particularly across athletics, indoor rowing and swimming, securing 24 individual gold medals.
Debra Weekes, Partnerships and Community Manager at Mytime Active, says: "We’re delighted to see Team Bromley pick up this trophy for the tenth time. It’s a pleasure to see so many young people participate in physical activity, building relationships and confidence along the way. All of this wouldn’t be possible without our 65 volunteer team managers, who coach and inspire our youngsters to compete to the best of their ability every year."