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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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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Adam Brown

Adam Brown made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He swam in the 4x100m freestyle relay team who placed eighth. At the 2009 World Championships Brown was a member of the 4x100m freestyle relay team who finished seventh, he also competed i...

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Adam Gemili

Adam Gemili was a promising footballer, a youth player at Chelsea, and last year he played for non-league Thurrock.His breakthrough came when he ran a personal best in Germany to achieve the Olympic A standard, which he followed with silver at the Olympic t...

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Adam Scholefield

The vice-captain of the Great Britain team, centre forward Adam Scholefield has spent the last two seasons playing professionally in Hungary.Formerly of Rotherham Metro, Scholefield began playing water polo on his tenth birthday. He is studying for a PhD in...

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Aimee Willmott

Aimee Willmott won double gold as well as silver and bronze at the European Youth Olympic Festival in 2007. Two years later she won double silver at the European juniors while her major senior British debut came at the 2008 European Short Course Championshi...

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Alan Campbell

Alan Campbell has been Britain’s undisputed number one single sculler since 2005, winning eight senior trials and claiming three World Championship medals. He is married to wife Juliet and was inspired to take up rowing after watching Sir Steve Redgr...

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Alan Wills

Alan Wills will become the fifth male British archer to appear at two or more Games in London. Nicknamed ‘Dangerous’, he won gold at the 2010 World Field Archery Championships. He takes inspiration from movie character Forrest Gump and he took ...

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