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Team GB’s Favourite Things About Christmas

We asked our athletes what they enjoyed the most about Christmas and this is what they said!

 

Beth Tweddle

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The Olympic Round Up: A Week in Review

Head coach of Great Britain’s World Cup skeleton squad Eric Bernotas was left toasting a job well done from his troops as this season’s campaign...

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England seventh at Champions Trophy after Belgium victory

England man of the match Henry Weir admitted it was a bitter sweet feeling as his side rounded off their 2014 Champions Trophy with victory over...

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Crutchley eyes up big Champions Trophy finish after defeat

England head coach Bobby Crutchley is urging his side to start taking their chances as they slipped to defeat to Argentina at the Champions Trop...

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Crutchley bemoans lack of high intensity in Germany loss

England head coach Bobby Crutchley conceded his side had fallen short of their usual standards as they suffered a 2-0 quarter-final loss to Germ...

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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.