World ParaAthletics Championships

London 2017 will be the eighth edition of the World Para Athletics Championships, and the first since IPC Athletics was rebranded to World Para Athletics.  July’s event also marks the first time that the Championships have been held back-to-back with the IAAF equivalent. It will be from the 14th till the 23rd of July.

The last Championships were held in Doha, Qatar, in October 2015 and attracted 1,229 athletes from 90 countries.  China topped the medals table picking up 85 medals, 41 of which were gold. An impressive 54 world records were set during the 10 days of competition.

Why don’t you make a reservation for those dates at Park Villa in Mile End. We are just one stop in the underground to Stratford, where the Olympic Stadium is!

Müller Anniversary Games

The Müller Anniversary Games is one of the best athletics events in the world and will play host to the superstars of the sport on Sunday 9th July at the former Olympic Stadium in London.

The prestigious IAAF Diamond League meeting attracts the biggest names in athletics and was a key part of Usain Bolt’s season in 2015 and 2016. The world’s fastest man was victorious in the 200m last July and there were also victories for British stars Mo Farah, Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Laura Muir. American Kendra Harrison stole the show as she broke the 100m hurdles world record to cap a memorable event in the capital.

With the IAAF and IPC World Championships taking place just a matter of weeks after the Müller Anniversary Games, the 2017 event looks set to be the best edition ever as the world’s best athletes finalise their preparations for the global championships.

Why don’t you make a reservation for those dates at Park Villa in Mile End. We are just one stop in the underground to Stratford, where the Olympic Stadium is!

London Aquathlon

Sweat at The London Aquathlon !

 

Within the confines of London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. A 400m swim + 5km run in a phenomenal London location, avoiding all road crossings.

Swimming in the London Aquatics Centre and running around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. All runners will be welcome. Goody bags & medals for everyone. First 5 male and females receive 2 tickets to Arcelor Mital Orbit.

The Olympic Park is only one stop from Mile End in the central line. Plus you can also visit Westfield in Stratford, which is near by. The Race will be on the 19th of August, save some energy for the date at Park Villa!

Prudential RideLondon

World’s Greatest Festival of Cycling

Prudential RideLondon is the world’s greatest festival of cycling, with more than 100,000 cyclists expected to participate during the weekend of 27 July. Departure from Lee Valley Velo Park in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. (One stop away from Mile End!)

The festival was developed by the Mayor of London, London & Partners and Transport for London in partnership with Surrey County Council. The event is managed by the London & Surrey Cycling Partnership (LSCP) and sponsored by Prudential.

It combines the fun and accessible element of a free family ride in central London with the excitement of watching the world’s best professional cyclists race!

That’s why professional or amateur winning is not everything, participation matters!

Moreover Park Villa‘s team is welcoming every year participants and provide them a safe space to store their bikes! What is your plan this year?

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 10km

Monthly 10km at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Taking place on the first Saturday of every month, (this month on the Saturday 1 July) come along to this fantastic friendly race. Go at your own pace along the picturesque route and pass through peaceful parklands and take in views of the iconic buildings from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Why don’t you stay with us at Park Villa, only one stop away from the Olympic Park we will support you before and acclaim you after !