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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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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Amy Oliver

  Amy Oliver, Britain’s only debutant Olympic archer at London 2012, won European gold in 2007, becoming the first British woman to do so in 20 years. Oliver also has a 2010 Commonwealth Games team silver to her name and she claimed World Champ...

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Charlotte Burgess

Charlotte emerged as one of the country's leading juniors, and her progress was such that she came within a whisker of qualifying for the Athens Olympics as a 17 year old, four years ago. Since then she has been a member of the highly successful women's...

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Larry Godfrey

Larry Godfrey was the only British male to earn selection for Athens 2004, but was joined by two teammates for the second time in a row for London 2012. An aerospace repair design engineer, Godfrey claimed mixed team bronze with Amy Oliver at last year&rsq...

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Naomi Folkard

Naomi Folkard made her Olympic debut at Athens 2004 and ranks walking into the Panathinaiko Stadium as her most memorable moment in the sport. A University of Birmingham music graduate, Folkard listens to Debussy and Mozart in her spare time.

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Simon Terry

Simon Terry’s two bronze medals at Barcelona 1992 ensured he was the first-ever British archer to win two medals at a Games. He took a break after Barcelona, spending his time driving a lorry and racing motorbikes before returning to competitive acti...

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