Alastair Wilson

Alistair Wilson made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The mens team won their fifth/sixth place classification match against Korea to place fifth in the tournament. Wilson as a member of the England squad which won gold at the 2009 Euroh...

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Alex Gregory

Two-time world champion Alex Gregory makes his Olympic debut after narrowly missing out on a place in the men’s quad for Beijing 2008. He lists talking to animals, wood carving and camping as his hobbies and legendary climber Joe Simpson and late wil...

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Alex Partridge

Alex Partridge was due to make his Olympic debut at Athens 2004 until he had to withdraw due to illness, watching on as a boat with his name on it, the men’s four, powered to gold. He bounced back with men’s four gold at the 2005, 2006 and 2009...

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Alex Scott

Alex Scott is regarded as one of Great Britain’s most versatile players. Although right-back is her preferred position she has appeared across the defence, in midfield and even up front. She has made 90 international appearances for England and score...

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Alex Smith

Alex Smith edged a close selection with Mark Dry to earn Olympic selection for the hammer on Team GB. A four-time national champion, his father Dave was Commonwealth champion in the hammer in 1986. 

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Alexander Parsonage

Alex Parsonage has represented Great Britain since under-16 level and competed at the under-16 and under-18 European Championships as well as the World Junior Championships.He competed at the Commonwealth Championships in 2006 and played professionally for ...

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Alexandra Rutlidge

Alexandra Rutlidge is another who can play at centre back or right wing and she was part of the Great Britain side that won European B Championship gold in 2009.Rutlidge took up water polo because her dad used to play while she has a degree in criminology a...

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Alexandra Danson

Alex Danson, who was just 16 when she made her international debut in 2001, has won more than 150 international caps. She picked up an injury to her shoulder at the Olympic test event in May. Danson sang at Tim Henman’s wedding and was named in the F...

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Alicia Blagg

In 2010 Alicia Blagg became England’s youngest ever double national champion, taking the 1m springboard and 3m synchro titles. Blagg will partner Rebecca Gallantree in the 3m synchro in London – the pair came fourth at the 2010 Commonwealth Gam...

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Alison Williamson

The oldest and most experienced member of the British archery team in the 2012 Olympics in London, which will be Alison Williamson's sixth straight Olympic appearance, becoming the fourth Brit to do so. While British teammate Simon Terry took an extende...

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