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Olympic24: 7s set for finale, GB name team for World League

England women chase Rio 2016 spot at Sevens World Series finale in Amsterdam and Great Britain women's team announced for next month's World Lea...

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Rio race hots up as Kerry names GB World League squad

Danny Kerry admitted the job of naming the Great Britain squad for next month’s World League Semi Final in Valencia had been a far from easy pro...

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Olympic24: Heptathlon test for Ennis-Hill, Pavey back for GB

Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill gets set for first heptathlon since London 2012 and Jo Pavey will don the Great Britain vest for the first t...

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Olympic24: Crutchley sees side draw while Murray's fatigued

Great Britain men’s hockey were held to a draw by Argentina, while Andy Murray changes his plans ahead of the French Open. Here’s our review of ...

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Olympic24: Sailing chief pleased with progress, GB women win

British Sailing's Olympic manager Stephen Park reflects on successful outing in Hyeres, while Great Britain women make it two wins from two agai...

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Biography

Alistair Wilson made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The mens team won their fifth/sixth place classification match against Korea to place fifth in the tournament. Wilson as a member of the England squad which won gold at the 2009 Eurohocky tournament. Wilson made his debut for England in January 2005 on the tour of South Africa, going on to make a further 45 appearances for England and over 20 for Great Britain, five of which came as he helped GB secure qualification for the Olympics in Chile. Wilson has appeared at three European Championships and was called up to the squad at the 2006 World Cup as replacement for the injured Ben Marsden. He plays his club hockey for Beeston, having attended Nottingham Trent University, while his father Richard is an FIH International Umpire.