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Jamie Courtney

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jamie Courtney
JamieCourtney.jpg
Born (1988-04-22) 22 April 1988 (age 34)
Ashington, Northumberland, England
Nationality England
Websitewww.courtneyracing.co.uk
Career history
2003Rye House Rockets
2004Oxford Cheetahs
2010Glasgow Tigers
2010King's Lynn Stars
2011Leicester Lions
2011Dudley Heathens

Jamie Courtney (born 22 April 1988 in Ashington, Northumberland) is a former English motorcycle speedway rider and current promoter.

Career

Courtney comes from a speedway family; His brother Scott and uncle Sean were both speedway riders before him, and his father Mark Courtney is a former England international.[1] In 2002 he became British under-15 champion.[2] He competed at the age of fifteen for Rye House Rockets, and the following year rode for Oxford Cheetahs.[1] He has also raced for Redcar Bears, Isle of Wight Islanders, and Workington Comets.[3] In 2010 he rode for Glasgow Tigers on loan from King's Lynn Stars before returning to ride for King's Lynn towards the end of the season.[4] In 2010 he signed for Leicester Lions, the team that his father rode for 126 times, for their return to speedway in the Premier League.[2] After being released by Leicester mid-season he later joined National League team Dudley Heathens.

Management

In 2021, it was announced that Courtney would be the team promoter of the Oxford Cheetahs during 2022, who were returning to action at Sandy Lane for the first time since 2007.[5][6]

References

  1. ^ a b "Jamie Courtney", Leicester Speedway, Retrieved 2011-03-27
  2. ^ a b "Speedway: Leicester Lions recruit a familiar name", Leicester Mercury, 2 December 2010, Retrieved 2011-03-27
  3. ^ "Jamie Courtney: Glasgow Tigers Profile", The Glaswegian, 16 March 2010, Retrieved 2011-03-27
  4. ^ "Speedway: Jamie Courtney Completes Glasgow Tigers Line-Up For 2010", The Glaswegian, 12 January 2010, Retrieved 2011-03-27
  5. ^ "Speedway and Oxford Cheetahs set to return to Oxford Stadium". Oxford Mail. Retrieved 18 November 2021.
  6. ^ "Oxford Cheetahs: Speedway side set for British Championship return in 2022". BBC Sport. Retrieved 18 November 2021.

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