Source: Badminton England

Parkwood Leisure form partnership with Badminton England

Badminton England has announced that Parkwood Leisure is joining their ever-growing list of Official Leisure Partners as they further reinforce the core of the nation’s favourite racket sport as part of the Discover Badminton strategy. The latest move will see badminton carry a priority sport status within Parkwood Leisure’s diverse portfolio of leisure venues across

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Source: Pentathlon GB

Pillage and Davison to make World Championships debuts

Junior athletes Myles Pillage and Zoe Davison to make first individual World Championships appearances European medallists Kate French and Joe Choong lead Pentathlon GB line-up in Mexico Joanna Muir, Francesca Summers, Jamie Cooke and Sam Curry complete 8-strong British line-up Plymouth’s Myles Pillage and Stroud’s Zoe Davison will make their individual Senior World Championships debuts

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Source: Sam Farr for Matchtight

More success for University of Bath athletes in Glasgow

The opening night at the Glasgow 2018 European Championships at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre, saw MJ Church Ambassador Anna Hopkin, a recent Sport & Exercise Science graduate coached by Mark Skimming, and National Centre Bath swimmer Siobhan-Marie O’Connor narrowly miss out on a medal in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay. They swam the first two legs

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Source: Pentathlon GB

Fantastic 4th for Pentathlon GB’s Zoe Davison at Junior Worlds

Zoe Davison produced a stunning display to finish 4th at the Junior World Championships in stifling conditions in Kladno. The 19-year-old, still in her first year as a junior athlete, produced her best ever individual finish at major championships in any age group after strong performances in all five disciplines in the Czech Republic. British

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Source: Pentathlon GB

Pentathlon GB’s Follett and Davison 8th in world relay

Junior European Champions Charlie Follett and Zoe Davison produced another fine display as they finished 8th in the Junior World Championships women’s relay today. Although not quite matching their performance in Barcelona last month, it was another good experience for the young Brits ahead of the individual competition which begins on Thursday. Story of the

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