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Talented student-athletes join University of Bath sporting scholars

Aspiring Olympians, both Summer and Winter, and reigning European and British Champions are among the latest intake of scholars to receive support from the University of Bath on both their sporting and academic journeys. The talented 2019-20 group of 15 student-athletes, who compete across 13 different sports, join 27 existing scholars who each receive a cash award

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Riding a Dream

HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, President of Ebony Horse Club was among a number of high-profile guests who attended the premiere of the documentary film, Riding a Dream. The premiere took place at The Ritzy Picturehouse in London’s Brixton earlier this evening (Monday 28 October) and which tells the inspirational story of Khadijah Mellah, the first

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Source: Team GB

Heartbreak Silver for Beach Soccer

Team GB claimed two medals on the final day of competition at the Inaugural World Beach Games in Doha, Qatar. Guy Bridge (Exmouth) secured Team GB’s first medal of the World Beach Games, bagging the bronze medal in the men’s kite foil competition, whist Team GB’s women’s beach soccer team won silver. Bridge, who narrowly

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Swimming legends Stephanie Millward and Andrei Vorontsov inducted into Hall of Fame

Paralympic champion Stephanie Millward and Olympic swimming coach Dr Andrei Vorontsov have today become the latest inductees into the University of Bath Hall of Fame for Sport. Millward – who trains with Team Bath AS in the University’s London 2012 Legacy Pool – has won an incredible 49 medals at major international championships during an

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Source: Team GB

ANOC World Beach Games Day 2 Update

Team GB narrowly missed out on two podium spots on day two of the ANOC World Beach Games as wakeboarder Luca Kidd (London) and climber Nathan Phillips (Huddersfield) both placed fourth in their respective finals. Bouldering specialist Phillips, who qualified for the men’s final in fifth place, agonisingly missed out on a podium spot by

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