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Pavey focused on the track for Rio 2016 bid

European champion Jo Pavey will be concentrating her efforts on the track as she aims to make a fifth Olympic appearance at Rio 2016.

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Black excited as Maguire set to lead sprint relay programme

British Athletics performance director Neil Black admits he is excited for what the future holds for the nation’s sprint relay athletes after co...

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Green back and adamant he can be best in world

Back training following an extended break from athletics due to health issues, hurdler Jack Green admits a return to his very best is firmly in ...

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European champion Pavey has Rio 2016 on her mind

With a first ever major championship gold medal secured this summer, European 10,000m champion Jo Pavey insists attempting to compete at a fifth...

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GB's most decorated female Olympic high jumper Tyler dies

Great Britain’s first female individual athletics Olympic medallist and most decorated female Games high jumper Dorothy Tyler has died aged 94.<...>

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Medal Record

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Vancouver 2010
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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.