News Archive, Tag: TASS

Students to gain more international rugby education as England Women U20s face Canada

17 August 2016

University of Bath students Sydney Gregson and Lottie Holland will gain more international rugby experience this week as they represent England Women U20 in a three-game series against Canada. Gregson – a Trendell Sports Scholar and Ambassador for Team Bath’s partners, MJ Church – and Holland met their 24 fellow squad members last weekend for a two-week training camp at Nottingham Trent College. As part of that, they will take on Canada’s age-group team on...

University of Bath Rugby tweeted this picture of England Women U20 internationals Jessie Hood, Lottie Holland and Chantelle Miell

England Women name four University of Bath students in match-day squad to face France

02 March 2016

University of Bath sporting scholar Sydney Gregson has been named in the England Women U20 starting XV for Saturday’s rugby international against France. The Sport Performance student, who is supported by a Trendell Sports Scholarship, will start at full-back for the match at Esher RFC (2pm). Three of Gregson’s University of Bath team-mates are on the bench for England – Jessie Hood, Chantelle Miell and Lottie Holland. All four, who play their club rugby for...

Judoka Jemima Duxberry back on the podium after long-term injury

03 February 2016

University of Bath judoka Jemima Duxberry made an encouraging return from long-term injury as she won a bronze medal at an international club event in Belgium. The result was all the more impressive as it was also the first time the Sports Performance student had competed in the U78kg weight category. Duxberry, who is supported by the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS), had previously fought in the U70kg division before being sidelined for more than...

Sport - 2014 Commonwealth Games - Day Four - Kristian Callaghan

Top gun Kristian Callaghan returning to World University Games after setting new lifetime best in US

22 May 2015

Sharp-shooter Kristian Callaghan has been selected to represent Great Britain at the World University Games for the second time in three years. The University of Bath Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Masters is part of a seven-strong shooting team set to compete in the multi-sport championships, being staged in Gwangju, South Korea. He is the second Bath student to get the call, following Chemical Engineering student Angus Pedersen’s selection in the badminton squad. Callaghan –...

Partners and Suppliers