Source: British Swimming

History made at artistic swimming World Champs by Kate Shortman

University of Bath sporting scholar Kate Shortman made artistic swimming history at a second successive World Championships as she and partner Izzy Thorpe won an incredible Women’s Duet Technical silver in Doha. It is Britain’s first-ever World Championships medal in a Duet event and came eight months after International Management and Modern Languages (French) student

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Source: Team GB

Figure Skating partners chosen as Closing Ceremony flagbearers

Bronze medallists Ashlie Slatter and Atl Ongay-Perez have been selected as flagbearers for the Closing Ceremony of the Gangwon 2024 Winter Youth Olympic Games. The figure skating partners were told the news after winning the bronze medal following the ice dance competition yesterday (Tuesday 30 January). Slatter and Ongay-Perez will carry the Union Flag into

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Source: Caerphilly Borough County Council

Ellie Welsh Crowned Swim Wales Swim Teacher of the Year 2024

Leisure Lifestyle proudly announces that Ellie Welsh, a member of the Cefn Fforest Leisure Centre team, has been honoured with the prestigious title of Swim Wales Swim Teacher of the Year 2024. Ellie received this esteemed recognition at the awards ceremony held on Saturday, 20th January, in Cardiff. The award is a testament to Ellie’s

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Source: UIPM

Review of the sporting year at Team Bath 2023

With the dawn of a new Olympic and Paralympic year upon us, University of Bath-based sportspeople will be looking to build on the outstanding global success they enjoyed during a memorable 2023. Six athletes were crowned as World Champions – Joe Choong (modern pentathlon); Matt Weston (skeleton); Tom Dean, James Guy and Suzanna Hext (swimming);

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