Aaron Cheng

Aaron Cheng competed at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival winning a BRONZE medal. Interesting Fact: Cheng is inspired by Jessica Ennis.

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Aaron Cook

Aaron Cook made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He lost in the bronze medal match to Zhu Guo of China. He announced himself on the global senior stage after winning gold at the 2007 Germany Open at the age of just sixteen. Cook went on ...

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Aaron Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey joined Cardiff as a schoolboy and made 16 appearances for the first team, following his debut in April 2007 when he became the youngest player to ever feature for the Bluebirds. In 2008 Ramsey became the second youngest player to appear in an ...

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Abbey Ling

Ling is the British record holder and the first women to be crowned British champion three years in a row. She won Commonwealth team silver in 2010 before becoming a world champion and a European Championships silver medallist in 2013. She will compete in ...

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Abbi Blackie

  Abbi Blackie competed in the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht, Netherlands #EYOF2013  

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Abby-Mae Parkinson

  Abby Parkinson competed in the 2013 European Youth Olympic Festival in Utrecht, Netherlands #EYOF2013  

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Abdul Buhari

In 2011, Abdul Buhari improved his personal best by six metres to reach his first major championships in Daegu.Buhari’s first Olympic memory is watching Linford Christie at Barcelona 1992 and he has acting ambitions when his athletic career is over. H...

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Abi Oyepitan

Abi made the Olympic Final in Athens but has since been hindered by a non healing stress fracture which left her sidelined for almost two years She won her first AAA Under 17 Gold medal in 1996 and also secured her first English Schools win that year a...

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Abigail Edmonds

Abigail Edmonds was the last member of the canoe team to be selected after Britain were awarded an additional women’s host nation place. She will contest the K2 500m and provide back-up for the K4 400m in the event of illness or injury. Edmonds will ...

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Abigail Stones

Abigail is seen as one of the rising stars of British Taekwondo after winning gold at the World Junior Taekwondo Championships in Taipei on March 25th 2014. Originally from Liverpool, the 15-year-old will soon be relocating to Manchester for an increased t...

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