Paul Fry (speedway rider)

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Paul Fry
Born (1964-10-25)25 October 1964[1]
Ledbury, Hereford, England
Died 31 March 2010(2010-03-31) (aged 45)
Nationality  England
Current club information
British league None
Career history
1984, 1986–1987 Cradley Heath Heathens
1984 Arena Essex Hammers
1988, 1999 Stoke Potters
1989–1990 Long Eaton Invaders
1991 King's Lynn Stars
1992–1996 Exeter Falcons
1997–1998, 2009 Newport Wasps
2000–2003 Swindon Robins
2003 Peterborough Panthers
2004 Belle Vue Aces
2004–2006 Somerset Rebels
2007 Mildenhall Fen Tigers
2008 Isle of Wight Islanders
Team honours
1986, 1987 British League KO Cup Winner
1986 League Cup Winner
2000 Premier League KO Cup Winner
2003, 2005 Premier League Fours Winner
2000 Young Shield Winner

Paul David Fry (25 October 1964 – 31 March 2010) was a British speedway rider. Fry made his debut with the Cradley Heath Heathens in 1984 and rode for a number of clubs during his career. He won several team trophies including the British League Knockout Cup with Cradley Heath in 1986 and 1987 and the Premier League Knockout Cup with the Swindon Robins in 2000.[2] In 2007 he was awarded a testimonial meeting at Somerset's Oak Tree Arena. He spent his final season in 2009 with Premier league team Newport Wasps and briefly doubled-up with the Poole Pirates. Fry died at his home in March 2010 aged 45. The cause of death has not been disclosed.[3]

World Longtrack Championship[edit]

Finalist

1993 - Germany Muhldorf 5pts (15th).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oakes, P.(2006). Speedway Star Almanac. ISBN 0-9552376-1-0
  2. ^ "Paul Fry". British Speedway Promoters' Association. 1 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-01. 
  3. ^ "Former Rebels speedway star Paul Fry found dead". BBC Sport. 1 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-01. 

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