Source: Matchtight

Scholar Kirsty Way bounces back from injury to represent GB

University of Bath sporting scholar Kirsty Way is representing Great Britain at the 2019 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships in Tokyo this week after bouncing back from injury. The Sport & Exercise Science student, supported by a King Sports Scholarship, is the reigning European Champion in the women’s double mini-trampoline (DMT) – a sport that combines

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Source: Team GB

Heartbreak Silver for Beach Soccer

Team GB claimed two medals on the final day of competition at the Inaugural World Beach Games in Doha, Qatar. Guy Bridge (Exmouth) secured Team GB’s first medal of the World Beach Games, bagging the bronze medal in the men’s kite foil competition, whist Team GB’s women’s beach soccer team won silver. Bridge, who narrowly

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ANOC World Beach Games Day 1 Update

Wakeboarder Luka Kidd (London) and water ski jump athlete Robert Hazelwood (Lincoln) were the first Team GB athletes to secure spots in their respective finals on the first official day of competition in Doha, Qatar. Following a small mistake in his qualification run Kidd found himself in the last chance qualifications. With only the top

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