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Hudson-Smith looking for more of the same in 2015

Matthew Hudson-Smith was one of the breakthrough athletics stars of 2014 – and he insists next year is going to be even better.

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Fit-again Grabarz itching to hit ground running in 2015

High-jumper Robbie Grabarz can't wait for 2014 to be over but insists a year to forget is in the past as he prepares to start a new season at Bi...

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Farah hoping for fast start to 2015 in Birmingham

Mo Farah insists he will start as he means to go on in 2015 after confirming his double world title defence will begin at Birmingham's Indoor Gr...

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Ennis-Hill aiming for fairytale result at Rio 2016

Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill admits she is taking a step-by-step approach to getting back to top form for Rio 2016, with next summer’s Wo...

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Pooley eyes Olympic medal after confidence-boosting 2014

Having equalled the British high jump record this season, Isobel Pooley admits her soaring confidence as well as performance levels have left he...

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Biography

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 distinction of having competed in both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, playing a part in the men's 4x100m sprint relay at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

A one-time track sprinter, arguably Condon's best athletic success came as part of 4x100m team that won gold at the European Championships and the Commonwealth Games in 2002.

Working now as a personal trainer, he said he was inspired to take up bobsleigh after watching the film Cool Runnings.