Kayaking (Wild Water Racing)
Date and Place of Birth >
24 November 1994, Wanganui, New Zealand
Height > 155cm
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Date started the Talent Development Programme >
About a year
School of Study>
Melksham Oak Community School (Sixth Form)
Wiltshire Youth Canoe Club
Gemma has been wild water racing now since 2007 and definitely will not be giving it...
Joined Team Bath 1992
During his decade at the University of Bath, Ged has overseen an expansion of sports that has made it one of the top sporting universities in the country. Born in Manchester in 1963, Ged grew up in the city before attending the University of Birmingham, where he gained a degree and Post Graduate Certificate of Education. He went back to his home city to gain a...
David Carpenter was a student at the University of Bath and then the elected Sports Association (then called Athletics Union) President in the late 1970s.
He went on to work for the Sports Council in London. In the late 1980s and early 1990s he researched the possibility of a national lottery which would fund sport. Convinced that this was the only way in which Britain could compete on a world stage, he lobbied government and ...
Joined Team Bath June 2004
Ian’s role is to work in the Team Bath Sports Injury Clinic as a charted physiotherapist. Currently working with Team Bath Football Squad and worked with GB Beach Volley Ball squads. He evelopes screening protocols for elite athletes.
He was Leicester City FC Team’s Physiotherapist for seven years, and Ian played football professionally with Leicester City, Glasgow Celtic, Southampton and Bournemouth.
Joined Team Bath March 2006
Liz qualified at the University of West of England, Bristol in 2002 and spent five years working within the NHS.
She has worked with Team Bath Superleague and England Netball for the last three seasons and with GB Rowing since 2007.
Liz has worked with multisports in the Sport Injury Clinic including Team Bath Tennis Academy and British Skeleton Athletes also at the Physiotherapist Headquarters...
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