Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He competed in the badminton men's singles. Smith was introduced to badminton when he was seven years old by his mum and dad. He made his international debut in 2003 at the World Champ...

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Andrew Steele

Andrew gradually improved as a 400m runner until 2007 when he made a major improvement in his PB and won the UK title in 45.70. The son of ITV’s ‘This Morning’ doctor, Chris Steele, Andrew was a promising English Schools athlete who won the 400m at interm...

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Andrew Triggs Hodge

Andrew Triggs Hodge is among the most senior members of the GB Rowing squad, having won men’s four gold at Beijing 2008, alongside Pete Reed, Tom James and Steve Williams. Triggs Hodge, a former Oxford Blue who won a memorable Boat Race in 2005, made...

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Andy Baddeley

Andy Baddeley made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 20080 Olympic Games. He qualified for the final and finished ninth. At the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, Baddeley, failed to qualify for the final after finishing 11th in his semi-final. Baddeley...

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Andy Murray

Andy Murray is Great Britain's No.1 tennis player and has made four appearances in Grand Slam finals and reached at least the last four on ten occasions. He has also won 22 career titles, including eight Masters 1000 competitions and has also featured ...

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Andy Turner

Andy Turner has won world, European and Commonwealth medals in the past two years.Gordon Ramsay once cooked him dinner in his own house, although his favourite food is pizza.

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Anna Hemmings

Anna Hemmings, Britain’s leading female marathon canoeist, current World Champion was told by medical experts she might never race again. In 2005 however, she signalled a miraculous return to fitness by regaining her status as the World’s leadin...

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Anna Watkins

Anna Watkins has specialised in the double scull since 2006 and at Beijing 2008 she won bronze with Elise Laverick. Since teaming up in 2010, Watkins, née Bebington, and three-time Olympic silver medallist Katherine Grainger have won two world gold ...

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Anne Panter

Anne Panter was involved in a car accident in 2003, damaging her ankle and not playing for 18 months. Panter also spent two-and-a-half years out from 2009 with ruptured posterior-cruciate ligament damage to her knee. During her time spent recovering she to...

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Annie Vernon

In Lucerne, for the second World Cup of the 2012 season, Annabel raced in the women's 8 and finished 5th At 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia, Annabel raced in the women's quadruple scull with crewmates Debbie Flood, Beth Rodford, &...

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