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Team GB’s Anna Hopkin’s path to Tokyo

When Anna Hopkin moved to the University of Bath in 2014, she joined the swimming club with the goal of racing at student competitions and having a fun group to socialise with. Fast forward seven years and Hopkin is not only looking forward to making her Olympic Games debut at Tokyo 2020 but also eyeing

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Source: Ben Lumley

Team Bath Netball have to settle for silver

Team Bath Netball were unable to finish a superb Vitality Superleague season as champions after they went down fighting to Loughborough Lightning in Sunday’s Grand Final at London’s Copper Box Arena. The Haines Watt-sponsored Blue & Gold were seeking their first title since 2013 but it was old rivals Lightning, under the guidance of former

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Tom Gale will join training partner Levern Spencer at Olympics

University of Bath-based high jumpers Tom Gale and Levern Spencer are heading to their first and fourth Olympic Games respectively this summer after securing their Tokyo 2020 places. Gale, who set the Olympic qualifying standard back in February 2020, produced a first-time clearance of 2.24m to claim victory at this weekend’s Muller British Championships and

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Source: Morgan Harlow.

Team Bath Netball through to Superleague Grand Final

Team Bath Netball are through to their first Vitality Superleague Grand Final for eight years after coming out on top in a magnificent contest against Manchester Thunder at London’s Copper Box Arena. ” A sensational semi-final saw the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold battle back from an early deficit to edge the first quarter 12-10. Inspired

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Source: Ben Lumley

Team Bath Netball stars excited for Superleague Finals Weekend

Team Bath Netball’s players are going into the Vitality Superleague Finals Weekend excited, refocussed and determined to crown a brilliant season by lifting a first title since 2013. Some fantastic team and individual performances saw the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold lead the table for much of the 2021 campaign before a couple of disappointing

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