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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports week in review

England took the scalp of world champions New Zealand to claim third in the IRB Rugby Sevens World Series in Japan.

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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports review with 1000 days to go

With 1000 days to go until Rio 2016, British athletes can look back on a successful year on the world stage with 14 gold medals in Olympic event...

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Countdown to Rio: Summer sports week in review

British fencer Richard Kruse claimed one of the biggest wins of his career as he struck men's foil gold at the World Combat Games in Saint Peter...

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Davis set to train in America ahead of new fencing season

Great Britain’s number one men’s foilist James Davis admits he is champing at the bit to get going after announcing he will continue his develop...

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This week in Olympic sport: August 5-11

Britain saved their best until last at the World Swimming Championships as Fran Halsall won bronze and now it’s the turn of their badminton, fen...

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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.