News Archive, Tag: European Team Championships

University of Bath badminton player Kirby Ngan with coach Pete Bush after her ladies' singles win at the 2016 National U19 Championships

Double delight for Kirby Ngan ahead of Badminton England debut at European Team Championships

16 February 2016

University of Bath-based badminton player Kirby Ngan will make her senior England debut this week on the back of a double success at the National U19 Championships. The 18-year-old, from Bristol, won both the ladies’ singles and doubles titles in Milton Keynes over the weekend before flying out to Kazan in Russia to compete in the European Team Championships. Ngan is part of Head Badminton Coach Pete Bush’s training group at the Sports Training Village....

Danny Talbot

University of Bath athletes set leading times at European Team Championships in Russia

23 June 2015

Danny Talbot and Andy Robertson helped Great Britain’s 4x100m men’s relay team set a new championship record as University of Bath-based athletes impressed at the European Team Championships in Cheboksary, Russia. Eilidh Child also set a new European Lead time in the women’s 400m hurdles as Great Britain finished fifth overall. Talbot and Robertson, both coached by Dan Cossins at the Sports Training Village, teamed up with Richard Kilty and James Ellington to win the...

Paul Blake, Katrina Hart and Sophie Kamlish set for IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Italy

12 June 2015

World champion Paul Blake will be looking to record his second IPC Athletics Grand Prix victory of 2015 when University of Bath-based athletes compete in Grosseto, Italy this weekend. The double London 2012 Paralympic Games medalist, coached at the Sports Training Village by Rob Ellchuk, tops the T36 400m rankings this year after clocking 56.26 to win in Dubai in February. Blake will also contest the T36 100m this weekend, while training partner and fellow...

University of Bath-based athletes get European Team Championships call

02 June 2015

There is a strong University of Bath representation in the 47-strong British Athletics squad announced for this month’s European Team Championships in Cheboksary, Russia. Eilidh Child, coached by Malcolm Arnold at the Sports Training Village, will compete in both the 400m hurdles – the event in which she is European champion – and the 4x400m relay. She is joined in the relay squad by Laura Maddox, the European indoor silver-medalist who trains with University of...

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