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Project #SailFromHome launched to support young racers

British Youth Sailing has joined forces with the British Sailing Team to launch Project #SailFromHome – a programme of remote learning to unite and inspire young racing sailors over the coming months. Project #SailFromHome, a collaboration between the British Youth Sailing’s Junior and Youth sections and the British Sailing Team, aims to engage with, inspire

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Cancellation of 2020 World Rowing Events in Italy

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus), the quickly growing number of cases now reported worldwide, government actions to contain the virus and increasing restrictions on global travel, the FISA Executive Committee, the Italian Rowing Federation, the cities of Sabaudia, Varese and Gavirate, and the respective Organising Committees (OCs) have been carefully evaluating the impact

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Team GB complete Tokyo 2020 sailing line-up

Elliot Hanson completes Team GB’s Tokyo 2020 sailing line-up Elite sailor Elliot Hanson will make his Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games representing Team GB in the Laser dinghy class, the British Olympic Association (BOA) announced today. Hanson’s selection comes after he finished fifth at the recent Laser World Championships, missing bronze by just

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9 golds among big medal haul for University of Bath student-athletes

There were 26 medals won across five different sports, nine of them gold, as 135 University of Bath student-athletes proudly wore the Blue & Gold during three excellent days of competition at the 2020 BUCS [British Universities & Colleges Sport] Nationals in Sheffield. Swimmer Luke Turley and judoka George Kroussaniotakis and Lewis Widdicombe all claimed

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Shauna Coxsey to make Olympic debut in Tokyo

Shauna Coxsey has become the first sport climber selected to represent Team GB at the Olympic Games. Coxsey, a two-time overall World Cup winner in her favoured bouldering discipline, will be part of climbing’s Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games this summer. The 27-year-old from Runcorn is the country’s most successful ever athlete in

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Alicia Barnett and Luke Johnson provide home cheer

Luke Johnson and Alicia Barnett capped off a fine 2020 LTA British Tour event for Team Bath Tennis by claiming silverware on their home courts on Saturday. Three of the four finalists in the Grade 1 Premier competition train at the University of Bath, with number two seed Barnett coming through a three-set thriller against

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