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Draw complete for EuroBasket Women 2017

Great Britain now know who they will face in their pursuit of a fourth successive appearance at EuroBasket Women Final Round. In today’s draw for EuroBasket Women 2017 which will take place in Czech Republic, GB were pitched into Group C along with Montenegro, Italy and Albania. Montenegro will be favourites to advance, having almost

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Team Bath MCTA doubles players go down fighting at Wimbledon

Grand Slam-seeking Lucie Safarova and Bethanie Mattek-Sands proved too strong for the Team Bath MCTA Tennis ladies’ doubles pairing at Wimbledon on Saturday. Anna Smith and  Jocelyn Rae progressed to the second round of the doubles competitions after beating Slovakian Jana Cepelova and Stefanie Voegele of Switzerland on Wednesday but they were unable to get past Safarova

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Great Britain U20 Women pipped by Austria

There was a sense of déjà vu on the second day of the U20 European Championship Women Division B for Great Britain. After enjoying another very positive opening, the points dried up in the final quarter as Karen Burton and her side went down 33-30 in a defensively dominated contest. Just like on the first day

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Ottewill-Soulsby named captain for U20 European Championship

Harriet Ottewill-Soulsby has been handed the responsibility of captaining the U20 Women when they step out at the U20 European Championship Division B this week.   Having recently participated with the senior team at EuroBasket Women 2015, the centre will be an influential figure when the action gets underway in Podgorica. “Harriet was selected to

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Michael Jamieson opens state-of-the-art London 2012 Legacy Pool

Olympic medalist Michael Jamieson today officially opened the newly-refurbished £1.6million London 2012 Legacy Pool at the University of Bath. The University of Bath Sports Performance graduate, who famously won 200m breaststroke silver at the London Olympic Games, was shown a commemorative plaque by Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley before ceremonially cutting ribbons of blue and

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