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Weightlifting progress key after satisfying Games

Great Britain's weightlifting team will look back on the Olympics with satisfaction but know obvious progress must be continued if they are to r...

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Weightlifter Kirkbride ready for Games

Weightlifter Peter Kirkbride may be a Commonwealth Games silver medallist but he knows the Olympic Games are a different prospect.

The 24...

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Weightlifter Smith 'needs to kick on'

Retired double Olympian Michaela Breeze wants to see Zoe Smith not just to take her remaining British records but also turn it up a notch and re...

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Oliver shines after rude awakening

Jack Oliver was awoken by the roar of the ExCeL crowd to make a lift he did not know he had in him after sleeping through his alarm ahead of his...

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Perdue off the pace

Natasha Perdue overcame a worrying spasm in her left leg to record a weightlifting total although it did not trouble her personal best in the wo...

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London 2012
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Biography

Natasha Perdue turned 37 on the day of the opening ceremony for London 2012 and was the oldest member of Britain’s five-strong weightlifting team at London 2012.

Perdue’s father, Terry, also represented Britain in the 1968 and 1972 Olympics, finishing tenth in the heavyweight and super heavyweight events respectively.

She finished eighth at the 2012 European Championships.