Source: Team Bath

Bath-based swimmers enjoy more medal success

Freya Anderson and University of Bath alumna Anna Hopkin helped British Swimming secure their final medal of the Fukuoka 2023 World Aquatic Championships in Japan in record-breaking style. Closer to home, Kieran Bird and Joshua Gammon won double gold and Jemima Hall claimed a medal of each colour as University of Bath-based swimmers enjoyed an

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Source: Anna Barclay

One year to Paris

The countdown is on for athletes who train or study at the University of Bath as the Paris 2024 Olympic Games are now just a year away. They will be determined to have secured their place on the biggest sporting stage of all when the Olympic flame is lit in front of the Trocadero on

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Source: Team GB

Team GB’s flagbearers named for the Opening Ceremony

Judoka Irakli Goginashvili and Road Cyclist Erin Boothman have been named as Team GB’s flagbearers for the Opening Ceremony of the Maribor 2023 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) this evening (Sunday 23 July 2023). Goginashvili and Boothman, both aged 16, were nominated by their sports and then selected by Georgina Harland, Team GB’s Chef de

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Source: Matchtight

Artistic swimmer Kate Shortman makes history

University of Bath sporting scholar Kate Shortman was overwhelmed after securing Great Britain’s first-ever Artistic Swimming World Championship medal with a history-making performance in Fukuoka, Japan. The Bill Whiteley Scholar won bronze in the Women’s Solo Free competition on Wednesday with a superbly-executed routine which earned her 219.9542 points, only beaten by home favourite Yukiko

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Through the Roof

Not another attendance record? The last two years have seen quite astonishing surges in support of women’s sport, above all where it matters, in the arena itself. Even the nay-sayers have to admit that it’s being followed by more and more people, old and young, male and female. While TV and live stream audiences are

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Source: Matchtight

Team Bath Tennis players compete at Wimbledon 2023

Team Bath Tennis players Toby Samuel and Alicia Barnett have gained more invaluable Grand Slam experience after competing at Wimbledon 2023. It was a first-ever Grand Slam for Samuel, who enjoyed a dream senior debut on the world-famous grass courts as he and men’s doubles partner Connor Thompson beat Pedro Cachin (Argentina) and Yannick Hanfmann

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A Paradise for Mountain Bikers and E-Bikers

Four varied trails for freeriders and Enduro bikers – three routes for uphillers • Kitzsteinhorn Uphill leads up to 2,617 m now Flowy descents with technical passages and jumps, challenging uphills, and an extensive mountain-bike infrastructure: Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel in the Zell am See-Kaprun region in Salzburger Land, Austria, offer mountain bikers and e-bikers plenty

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Team Bath Tennis ace Alicia Barnett ready for Wimbledon

Team Bath Tennis player Alicia Barnett and partner Olivia Nicholls have been drawn against Russia’s Veronika Kudermetova and Liudmila Samsonova in their opening women’s doubles match at Wimbledon 2023. It is a challenging draw for the Brits against the number 9 seeds for the tournament, with Kudermetova having reached the final with Elena Vesnina on

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