Lynnlette Aung

Won National Championships singles in 2011, runner up for doubles 2011 (under 15) Runner up National Championship singles 2012, runner up for doubles 2012 (under 17) Semi-finalist for both singles and doubles at Swiss International 2012 Won doubles and r...

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Nathan Robertson

Nathan Robertson is one of the world's greatest badminton players and his sights are now firmly set on London 2012 when he and Jenny Wallwork aim to win the gold that they were so close to winning in 2004. Introduced to the game by his family ...

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Rajiv Ouseph

In 2010 Rajiv Ouseph won European bronze, becoming the first English singles player to reach the podium in 16 years. That year he also won the US Open and Commonwealth Games silver to reach 11th in the world. This year he won his fifth consecutive national...

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Sam Parsons

European Team silver medalist (under 17) National doubles champion, singles silver medalist, mixed doubles bronze medalist (under 17) National doubles silver medalist (under 19) Swiss International singles and doubles winner (under 17) Seasons Best: und...

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Susan Egelstaff

Susan Egelstaff has won the Scottish National women’s singles title six times but she sat out this year’s championships. Née Hughes, she has a psychology and sports studies degree from the University of Stirling.

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Tom Wolfenden

Junior Commenwealth Games silver medal Triple National Champion 2012 (under 19) Seasons Best: silver medal at Danish Junior Cup (under 19)

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Tracey Hallam

Tracey reached the quarter finals at Athens 2004. She has a Commonwealth Games gold model to her name, winning the Women's Singles Final at Melbourne in 2006 without dropping a game. Her Melbourne triumph went some way to atone for losing the Singles Fina...

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