Jack Eyers wins gold

Dymond Engineering helps paracanoeist win another gold medal!

On one of the hottest days of 2022, Jack Eyers, a para sprint canoeist, competed for, and retained his World Champion title, winning another gold medal to add to his haul.

The 2022 ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships were held at Lake Banook in Halifax, Canada, what a great day for Jack – but 2 years ago the future wasn’t looking as bright.

Back in lock down 2020, all the gyms were shut. Jack knew that time away from training would seriously impact his fitness level and performance, and as a Tokyo Olympics hopeful, he needed to keep at his peak.

With a limited budget and even more limited space in his flat, Jack was unable to find a suitable squat-rack online. Undeterred, he contacted Dymond Engineering who very quickly set about working with him to co-designed and manufactured a training tower that met all his needs.

And so, the Total Training Tower – TX3 came into being and Jack was able to continue his gruelling training regimen in his own home. Jack did not quite make it to Tokyo, but the TX3 did! The team took a TX3 with them and set it up in their training camp so that they could keep fit when they got there. And Jack has had lots of wins since!

The TX3 is an elite-standard home training-tower, which accommodates all the exercises you would expect from a commercial tower, but as Dymond value-engineered the TX3 from concept though to manufacture it is lower in price point than its equivalent competitors.