Hall of Fame for Sport

Team Bath’s Hall of Fame for Sport recognises the outstanding contribution made by athletes, coaches and administrators to sport at the University of Bath and Team Bath.

Located on the concourse of the Sports Training Village, the Hall of Fame was unveiled in 2014, when Jason Gardener and Ben Rushgrove became its first inductees, and now honours 24 individuals who excelled in their endeavours.

They are:

  • Kate Allenby
  • Malcolm Arnold OBE
  • Jan Bartu
  • Steve Borthwick
  • Paul Blake
  • Dr Stephanie Cook
  • Pamela Cookey
  • Bobby Crutchley
  • Mark Foster
  • Stacey Francis
  • Jason Gardener MBE
  • Lyn Gunson
  • Kate Howey
  • Dr Tom Hudson
  • Colin Jackson CBE
  • Michael Jamieson
  • Sascha Kindred
  • Alison Oliver
  • Paul Palmer
  • Ivor Powell
  • Ged Roddy
  • Ben Rushgrove
  • Heather Stanning
  • Amy Williams

Timeline of inductees

For full details of the achievements of each of our inductees, visit our Hall of Fame Inductees page.

  • Paul Blake, Emily Diamond, Eilidh Doyle, Heather Stanning, Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, Chris Walker-Hebborn and Jazz Carlin. Rio 2016 Olympic & Paralympic medallist celebrations, October 12 2016. PICTURE: Clare Green for Matchtight
    The athletes

    The University of Bath is home to athletes across a wide range of sports and at all levels, from young athletes taking their first steps in sport, to Olympic medallists.

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  • The coaches

    Athletes at all levels benefit from good coaching, and some of the country’s top coaches are based at the University of Bath. Find out more about our coaches and staff here.

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  • Amy Williams with Olympic gold medal
    The alumni

    Some of Britain’s finest athletes have combined training with studying at the University of Bath since the Sport Training Village opened. Find out more about them here.

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