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Superb silver for Eilidh Doyle and Emily Diamond

University of Bath-based Eilidh Doyle and Emily Diamond helped Great Britain end London 2017 on a memorable note as they won a superb silver in the women’s 4x400m relay on the last night of the IAAF World Championships. British Athletics team captain Doyle, coached by Brian Doyle at the £30million Sports Training Village, built on the

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Final frustration for Eilidh Doyle at London 2017

University of Bath-based Eilidh Doyle admitted she was frustrated at not executing a better race after having to settle for eighth place in the 400m hurdles final at the London 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships. The British Athletics team captain, coached by Brian Doyle at the Sports Training Village, was roared on by a capacity

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Eilidh Doyle to be British Athletics Team Captain for London 2017

University of Bath-based Eilidh Doyle says she is ‘chuffed to bits’ after being voted by her fellow athletes as British Athletics Team Captain for next month’s London 2017 IAAF World Championships. The Rio 2016 bronze-medallist, coached by Brian Doyle at the Sports Training Village, will be competing in her fifth World Championships and this year

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Source: Loughborough University

Brilliant Breen delivers PB and gold

Olivia Breen delivered the performance of her life to take gold on day four at the London 2017 World Para Athletics Championships, the highlight of another great day for the Loughborough athletes. Breen was in action in women’s T38 long jump final, starting well and leaping to a personal best of 4.72m in the third

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