Chris Thompson

Chris Thompson’s finest hour to date came at the 2010 European Championships when he claimed silver behind Mo Farah in the 10,000m. After struggling with niggling injuries in 2011 Thompson was unable to contest the World Championships in Daegu. He is ...

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Chris Tomlinson

Chris Tomlinson competed in the men’s long jump at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. He jumped 7.70m and did not progress through to the final. At the 2009 World Championships in Berlin Tomlinson finished eighth. In qualifying Tomlinson’s teammate...

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Christian Malcolm

Christian reached the 200m Final in Sydney where he came 5th. Although a talented footballer as a youngster, he followed cousin Kevin Williams, a Welsh international sprinter, into athletics and enjoyed a successful junior career. He was 1997 European Junio...

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Christine Ohuruogu

Christine Ohuruogu is Britain’s only reigning track and field Olympic champion, having won gold with one of her trademark late charges at Beijing 2008. That victory completed a golden two years for Ohuruogu having won the World Championship title in ...

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Claire Hallissey

Claire started as a track runner but in 2009 won a place on Britain’s team for the World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham by winning the UK trial on her home patch in Bristol in 72:03. She went on to become the first Briton home, a highly cre...

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Conrad Williams

Conrad Williams only started sprinting aged 20 and within eight months he was running for Great Britain. He is now established on the international team, enjoying success with the 4x400m quartet at the World and European Championships. 

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Craig Pickering

Pickering, originally a sprinter, represented Team GB at the Beijing 2008 Summer Games, when he competed in the men’s 100m and 4x100m Relay. Now with a focus on bobsleigh, he has transferred his abilities as a sprinter in order to become one of the to...

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Dai Greene

A keen footballer as a teenager, who played youth football for Swansea City and scored a penalty against a Real Madrid youth side, Dai Greene switched to athletics after winning the first of many Welsh age-group titles over 75m hurdles.Until this year&rsquo...

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Dale Garland

Dale holds Guernsey records at 100m, 200m, 400m 110mh, 400mh, PV, LJ and TJ as well as at the multi-events of decathlon outdoors and heptathlon indoors. He is now concentrating on 400m hurdles and was an impressive UK champion in 2007. Dale played footbal...

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Daniel Awde

Daniel Awde made his Olympic debut at Beijing 2008 after his training partner Dean Macey failed to achieve the qualifying standard.In Beijing he placed 21st while injury forced him to miss the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

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