Another memorable night for Bath-based swimmers in Birmingham

Swimmer Brodie Williams became the first University of Bath-based athlete to win gold at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games after another magnificent evening in the Sandwell Aquatic Centre.  Williams, coached by David McNulty at the Team Bath Sports Training Village, produced an outstanding performance to take the 200m backstroke title by one-hundredth of a second

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Source: Judo Federation

Six judoka selected to represent Team GB at the Olympics

The British Olympic Association has confirmed the selection of six athletes who will represent Team GB in the judo competition at the rescheduled Tokyo Olympic Games. Commonwealth Champion and two-time European Championship bronze medallist Ashley McKenzie competes at his third Olympic Games having made his debut in London. McKenzie will compete in the -60kg category.

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Source: Matchtight

Team Bath Judo’s Prisca Awiti-Alcaraz moves step closer to Tokyo

Team Bath judoka Prisca Awiti-Alcaraz recorded the best result of her international career to date – and gained more all-important Tokyo Olympic qualification points – when she won silver at the Panamerican Senior Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico this morning. Awiti-Alcaraz, a University of Bath Sports Performance alumna and member of the High Performance Judo squad

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Source: UIPM

Three sports, three continents, nine medals

It was a brilliant Bank Holiday Weekend for sportspeople based at the University of Bath as they won nine medals, five of them gold, on three continents across three different sports – modern pentathlon, wheelchair fencing and judo. Pentathlon GB athletes continued their fantastic start to a 2019 that includes this summer’s European Championships in

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