News Archive, Month: March 2010

Conference West champions Team Bath Buccaneers celebrate trophy with 4-2 win

22 March 2010

Conference West champions Team Bath Buccaneers celebrate trophy with 4-2 win Team Bath Buccaneers men’s firsts celebrated collecting the England Hockey Conference West trophy with a 4-2 victory over second placed Whitchurch at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Conference West champions Buccs players were presented with the trophy and their medals by match official Peter Wood before the start of Saturday’s penultimate league game of the regular season. They now face play-offs in...

Kelly sixth on Paralympic Games debut

15 March 2010

University of Bath graduate Kelly Gallagher secured a sixth place finish in the women's visually-impaired slalom on her Paralympic Games debut at Vancouver 2010 yesterday (Sunday). The 25-year-old Mathematics graduate, currently living in Bangor, County Down, is now looking forward to her preferred event, the giant slalom, on Tuesday. Eighth after her first run, she climbed a couple of places with a stronger second run. "I'm immensely proud. We were secretly hoping for top five...

Green is U19 national champ after all-Bath final

05 March 2010

Josh Green is the new U19 National men’s singles badminton champion but he had to beat his colleague and training partner, Ben Tier, in the national final to lift the trophy in Milton Keynes recently. Josh is currently studying on a sports apprenticeship course at Wiltshire College and trains as part of coach Pete Bush’s squad at the University of Bath alongside his opponent Tier who is studying for a foundation degree. Chris Coles, also...

Golden Girl Amy Williams arrives back to warm welcome at University of Bath training base today

03 March 2010

Golden girl Amy Williams and her fellow University of Bath-based British Olympic Winter Games athletes have returned to Bath today. Amy became Team GB’s first individual Olympic Winter Games gold medallist for 30 years when she topped the podium in the skeleton at the Vancouver 2010 Games. The 27-year-old produced a stunning performance to become Britain’s first Olympic skeleton gold medallist, winning the title by an emphatic 0.56 seconds on her Olympic debut. Her first...

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