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Tributes paid to IOC honorary member Dame Mary Glen-Haig

Tributes have been paid to International Olympic Committee honorary member Dame Mary Glen-Haig, who passed away on Saturday, aged 96.

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Team GB Confirm Competing Sports for European Games 2015

The British Olympic Association (BOA) can today announce the 14 sports/20 disciplines chasing qualification to represent Team GB in next year’s ...

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This Week in Olympic Sport: July 15-20

London will celebrate almost two years since the 2012 Olympics this week as Horse Guards Parade gets set for a festival of athletics. We take a ...

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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports week in review

Double Olympic and world champion Mo Farah made a winning return in his first track race since striking gold in Moscow.

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This Week in Olympic Sport: June 10-15

If the first day of this week is anything to go by British athletes are set to shine over the next six; here is the best of what’s happening in ...

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Biography

Team GB's sole fencing representative in Beijing. He secured selection with silver at the European qualification tournament in Istanbul, losing to Marcin Koniusz (POL) in the final. Became GBR’s youngest World Champion aged 16 when he won u17 cadet title at 2005 World Junior Championships and is current Commonwealth senior and junior individual sabre champion. Has just completed second year of a Classical Greek & Latin degree at Cambridge University where he captains the Fencing Club and also plays football and hockey for Churchill College. His sister Grace and brother Matthew both fence and have competed at u17 World Junior Championships.