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Major Team Bath Gym refurbishment scheduled for summer

This summer, the Team Bath Gym will undergo a major refurbishment set to include the installation of new state-of-the-art technology, the addition of more training spaces for users and a brand new 25 square metre training rig among other improvements. The refurbishment is scheduled to take place over a 25 day period, during which an alternative pop-up gym will...

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University of Bath celebrates its 50th anniversary – See our timeline of sport from 1966 to 2016!

Since gaining Royal Charter status in 1966, the University of Bath has enjoyed a special relationship with sport. Our rich history of scholars and successes - both national and international - represents the potential for athletes based at the University and, combined with our academic opportunities, offers students a unique blend of first class sport with first class education....

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Physio and Sport Science Podcasts

Welcome to Team Bath Physio and Sport Science podcasts. We believe that contemporary discussion lies at the heart of education. As such, we have spoken to a number of prominent individuals within sport in order to ensure our delivery at the University of Bath remains at the forefront of the industry. These conversations can be found below. 6. Growth &...

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(Clockwise from top left) Eden Richardson, Ben Fletcher, Joe Choong, Sam Cook, Dave King, Sydney Gregson and Jay Lelliott have been named as MJ Church sporting ambassadors
Super seven named as sporting ambassadors for MJ Church

26 July 2016

Team Bath judoka Ben Fletcher and Pentathlon GB’s Joe Choong have been given timely boosts just before they travel to Brazil after being selected among the first group of sporting...

Sophie Kamlish at the 2012 Paralympic Games
Sprinters Sophie Kamlish and Polly Maton join Rio-bound contingent after Paralympic Games selection

26 July 2016

Teenage sprinters Sophie Kamlish and Polly Maton today became the latest University of Bath-based athletes to be selected by ParalympicsGB for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Nineteen-year-old Kamlish – who competed at London...

DOHA, QATAR - OCTOBER 29:  Sophie Kamlish of Great Britain (R) competes in the women's 100m T44 final during the Evening Session on Day Eight of the IPC Athletics World Championships at Suhaim Bin Hamad Stadium on October 29, 2015 in Doha, Qatar.  (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)
Sophie Kamlish sprints to new national record at Muller Anniversary Games

25 July 2016

Sophie Kamlish strengthened her claim for a Rio 2016 Paralympic Games place by setting a new national record at the IPC Grand Prix Final in London on Saturday. The 19-year-old,...

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Team Bath Tennis Festival

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