Read Update 55 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
Bath Half Marathon and Bath Rugby Club Reunion 19th March 2006 We are delighted to announce that the massive fundraising event for CRY organised by former England rugby star Simon Halliday (left) has been an unqualified success. Simon Halliday played Centre for England and Bath, and he was joined by a fantastic number of ex-Bath […]
The three day event featured a sponsored inter-club doubles tournament with Owen Davidson, Frew McMillan, Mark Cox, John Inverdale, Ken Rosewall, Mike Walker, Geoff Masters, and Fred Stolle, a kids tennis clinic, and an Auction night with Bob Champion. Over £15,000 was raised.
UK Boarding Schools, May 16th 2013 John Inverdale and Simon Halliday spoke to an audience of 180 at a sporting dinner at Moreton Hall, raising awareness of their chosen charity, CRY and the Morton Hall Foundation Read more
Following the sudden collapse of footballer Fabrice Muamba on Saturday 17th March, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) has launched a national campaign – http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/31819 – to maintain pressure on the Government and professional sporting bodies to offer cardiac screening to young people who might be at risk. Whilst Fabrice Muamba’s condition is reported to […]
The CRY BBC Radio 4 Appeal was broadcast on Sunday 24th July at 7.55am and 9.26pm; and on Thursday 28th July at 3.27pm. The appeal was presented by CRY supporter Stephanie Hunter and CRY Patron John Inverdale. The broadcast, to an estimated 1.9 million listeners, will help to raise awareness of Sudden Death Syndrome and […]
Sunday 30th July, High Wycombe, Team Buzz was granted an audience with BBC TV & Radio presenter, sports officianado and all round top chap John Inverdale. John is a patron of C.R.Y. and has given his valuable support to the charity for the last three years. Despite his busy schedule and very little notice he […]
John Inverdale#s thoughts on the Bath half marathon
A star-studded line-up of more than 40 ex-England and Bath rugby players are limbering up for this year’s Bath Half Marathon. Ex-England captain Will Carling, who was born in Bradford on Avon, will be among those taking part in the tough race on Sunday, March 19. Other former players in training for the event include ex-Harlequins […]