News about TSV Westerland
At the 40th edition of the May beetle swim in Meldorf, eleven talented swimmers from the junior team of TSV Westerland also competed.
On the Ascension weekend, 86 clubs with more than 1,000 swimmers from seven nations competed in the traditional Danish International Swim Cup in Esbjerg. The event took place for the 24th time this year. 15 swimmers competed for TSV Westerland in this big three-day event.
For TSV Westerland, a quintet started at the school sports festival in Bredstedt, which was able to represent the island excellently.
At the World Championships in Torun, the Sylt javelin thrower won the title in the over 35 age group with 50.17 meters.
Lennart Guetari had qualified for eight competitions at the National Swimming Championships and won six medals.
Nationwide, the “Stars of Sports” are awarded every year to voluntary sports clubs by the German Olympic Sports Confederation and the Volks- und Raiffeisenbanken. Second place in Schleswig-Holstein went to TSV Westerland with its heart sports group.
At the North German Championships in Berlin, the Sylt native won the title in the over 35 age group. With 49.60 m he took the undisputed 1st place.
At the last state ranking tournament of the year, which took place last weekend in Satrup, the best badminton youth players from Schleswig-Holstein met once again to play out the state winners in singles, doubles and mixed.
On Saturday, 4 March, 14 swimmers from TSV Westerland took the first car train to Itzehoe to take part in the local Störpokal. A total of 572 swimmers from 31 clubs (Lower Saxony, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein) competed in the 27th edition of this competition.
Eight million viewers sat in front of their screens nationwide last Tuesday when the German women’s team won 2-0 against Spain at the European Football Championship currently being held in England and qualified early for the quarter-finals. However, little of the euphoria thus sparked at national level reaches the clubs at the grassroots level.
At the beginning of May, the junior badminton players of TSV Westerland went to Itzehoe for the second badminton ranking tournament at state level.
Even though there were school holidays on Sylt in the week before Easter, the sports hall at the grammar school did not remain unused. 35 children and young people between the ages of eleven and 17 trained there as part of the Sylt Camp 2022, which the Schleswig-Holstein Badminton Association hosted on the island for the first time.
In the meantime, the first refugees from Ukraine have also arrived on Sylt. At the suggestion of Maks Russkov, TSV Westerland is now offering them the opportunity to become members of the club free of charge.
Ten-year-old Tilda, eight-year-old Tio and thirteen-week-old family dog Nox deservedly won the main prize.
One gold, two silver and one bronze for TSV Westerland
Nola Bayerlein and her partner Fiona Berndsen (TSV Schleswig 09) surprisingly won the title in the U11 girls’ doubles.