News Archive, Category: Hall of Fame

Dr Tom Hudson, centre, is inducted into the Team Bath Hall of Fame by Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley and Professor Kevin Edge, former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath

Dr Tom Hudson inducted into Team Bath Hall of Fame for Sport

20 July 2015

Dr Tom Hudson, the pioneer of sporting scholarships in British universities, today became the fourth inductee into the Team Bath Hall of Fame for Sport. Hudson, who served in the Director of Sport role at the University of Bath from 1971 to 1992, was a passionate advocate of helping students achieve at the highest level of sport while continuing successfully with their academic studies. He also represented Great Britain in modern pentathlon at the 1956...

Amy Williams & Professor Kevin Edge at Hall of Fame induction (Photo: David Roper)

Amy Williams inducted to Hall of Fame for Sport

27 May 2014

Olympic Winter Games skeleton gold medallist Amy Williams today (Tuesday) became the first woman athlete to be inducted to the University of Bath’s new Hall of Fame for Sport. Her induction follows a skeleton career that was capped by a spectacular gold medal at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Williams, a University of Bath Sports Performance graduate, became Britain’s first female skeleton Olympic gold medallist and the first female individual gold medallist at a...

Gardener and Rushgrove are first Hall of Fame inductees

12 May 2014

Two of the finest athletes the City of Bath has produced today (Monday) became the first inductees to the University of Bath’s new Hall of Fame for Sport. Jason Gardener and Ben Rushgrove were inducted to the Hall of Fame by Professor Kevin Edge, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath. The Hall of Fame is located in the entrance of the Sports Training Village, a world-leading sports facility that has been a training base...

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