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Why Team Bath? The reasons behind one of the country’s most promising netball stars relocating to the University of Bath

When her former netball Superleague club Yorkshire Jets announced its decision to wind up in late 2016, England U21 star Imogen Allison became one of the league's most sought-after players. At just 18, Allison had already gained international experience with the national set-up and had been involved in both an U17 Netball Europe and an U21 Australia tour. With...

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University of Bath celebrates its 50th anniversary – See our timeline of sport from 1966 to 2017!

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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The price of success – How much does it cost to be an Olympic hopeful?

In the summer of 2016, the University of Bath celebrated itsĀ greatest swimming success since the inception of the National Training Centre (NTC) when swimmers Jazz Carlin (2), Siobhan-Marie O'Connor and Chris Walker-Hebborn brought home four medals from the Olympic Games in Rio. Each athlete fully embraced their time on the podium, and were welcomed back to Bath by a...

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Team Bath Netball battle past Team Northumbria to record first home win of Superleague season

24 March 2017

Team Bath Netball clocked up their fourth Vitality Superleague win of the season and their first at home as they...

England international Alex Lane in action for the University of Bath men's 1sts in the 2017 BUCS Big Wednesday badminton final
High praise for University of Bath as BUCS Big Wednesday provides a feast of spectacular student sport

23 March 2017

An Olympic gold medallist was among the hundreds of athletes from across the country competing at the University of Bath...

Bartu (second left) at Tuesday's degree ceremony
Pentathlon GB performance director Jan Bartu awarded Honorary Doctorate by University of Bath

22 March 2017

Jan Bartu, one of the longest-serving and most consistently successful performance directors in British sport, has been awarded an Honorary...

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