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Ambition Programme to take stars of the future to PyeongChang

The British Olympic Association has announced its Ambition Programme for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games with seven young athletes and coaches getting the chance to experience the Winter Olympic environment this February. The Ambition Programme works with the sporting national governing bodies to offer athletes and coaches, who aspire to compete at Beijing 2022,

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Source: Gyor 2017

GYŐR 2017 EYOF: Day 3 Report

Team GB’s female artistic gymnasts secured four individual final places on day three of the Győr 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival. The trio of Taeja James, Amelie Morgan and Zoe Simmons finished fifth in the team event as slips on key apparatus cost them the chance of a medal as Russia took the gold with

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Source: GYŐR 2017

GYŐR 2017 EYOF: Day 2 Report

Day two of the 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival saw Team GB get off the mark in style securing a medal of each colour with judoka Amy Platten winning the team’s first gold of the week in -44kg event. Judo got underway on day two with a tough draw for Team GB’s judoka in the

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Source: Győr 2017

GYŐR 2017 EYOF: Day 1 Report

Day one of the 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival saw Team GB in action across tennis and swimming, getting Győr 2017 officially underway following Monday night’s glittering Opening Ceremony. Fresh from his flagbearer duties, Archie Goodburn continued a memorable start to the Festival in the pool with personal bests in both the 200m freestyle and

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Source: Team GB

Future stars selected for Győr 2017

The British Olympic Association has today announced the 50 athletes selected to represent Team GB at the Győr 2017 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF). The Festival will see around 3,000 athletes from 50 European nations come together to compete across 10 Olympic sports from 23rd-29th July. Team GB’s athletes, who will all be aged 14-17

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Source: Koen Suyk

Team GB stars dominate New Year’s Honours List

Following a record-breaking year for Team GB, Olympic athletes have once again been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. The list of awards includes a damehood for Katherine Grainger, the first female Olympian to win five medals at five games, for services to rowing and charity; and a damehood for Jessica Ennis-Hill for

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Source: Frank Uijlenbroek

Rio stars honoured at the 2016 Team GB Ball

Team GB’s hockey gold medallists were the big winners at the inaugural Team GB Awards last night with the squad picking up three of the five categories. Danny Kerry won Coach of the Year while the BBC Moment of the Games and the publically voted Great Britain’s Choice Award, presented by Aldi, both went to

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Source: Frank Uijlenbroek

Team GB and women’s hockey honoured at the 2016 ANOC Awards

The British Olympic Association has this evening been named the Most Successful National Olympic Committee of the Year at the 2016 Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) General Assembly. The ANOC Awards also saw British success in the Women’s Team of the Year category, with Team GB’s women’s hockey team recognised following their gold medal

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