Abdul Buhari

In 2011, Abdul Buhari improved his personal best by six metres to reach his first major championships in Daegu.Buhari’s first Olympic memory is watching Linford Christie at Barcelona 1992 and he has acting ambitions when his athletic career is over. H...

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Abi Oyepitan

Abi made the Olympic Final in Athens but has since been hindered by a non healing stress fracture which left her sidelined for almost two years She won her first AAA Under 17 Gold medal in 1996 and also secured her first English Schools win that year a...

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Adam Gemili

Adam Gemili was a promising footballer, a youth player at Chelsea, and last year he played for non-league Thurrock.His breakthrough came when he ran a personal best in Germany to achieve the Olympic A standard, which he followed with silver at the Olympic t...

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Alex Nelson

Alex is a strong sprint talent , who comes from a sporty family. His sister is GB sprinter Ashlee Nelson and their father used to be a professional footballer for Telford FC. Alex is a Manchester United fan. He says his heroes are Maurice Greene and Nel...

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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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Allan Scott

Formerly a talented triple jumper, Allan is fast gaining recognition for his ability over the hurdles. He was voted Scottish Male Athlete of the Year in 2005 and, after injuries, is gradually coming back to the form he showed then. At the start of 2008 h...

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Allyn Condon

Allyn Condon was selected to represent Team GB in the four-man bobsleigh at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The Vancouver Games were Condon's first Olympic Winter Games, where the British team placed 17th. Condon has earnt the rare distin...

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Andrew Baddeley

Andrew Baddeley is a four-time national champion who will compete in his second Olympics at London 2012.Baddeley runs with an electrocardiogram in his chest due to an irregular heartbeat. He has a first-class honours degree in aerospace engineering from the...

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Andrew Lemoncello

Lemoncello has been winning Scottish titles since aged 13. He was named Scotland’s male young athlete of the year in 2001. His mother, Phyllis, has won the Scottish over-50 cross-country title.

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Andrew Osagie

Andrew Osagie failed to progress to the final of the 2011 World Championships but 2012 has been a breakthrough year.A world indoor bronze medal in Istanbul was the trigger, while he set a personal best at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in New York. Osagie ...

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