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“It’s about trying to develop new courses for divers in the West Midlands” – Ex-Olympian Sarah Barrow on exciting new diving development project

Embed from Getty Images The ex-Team GB Olympian diver is teaming up with Swim England in an attempt to raise interest in the sport by improving diving facilities at pools in the West Midlands and surrounding areas. Barrow competed in several LEN European Aquatics Championships and Commonwealth Games, including winning gold in in Eindhoven 2012 […]

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Retired GB Olympian diver Sarah Barrow to lead exciting new diving project in West Midlands

Embed from Getty Images Ex-Great Britain and European Championship Gold winner Sarah Barrow has teamed up with Swim Britain to announce that she will front an exciting new initiative scheme to develop grass roots diving in the West Midlands region. The former Team GB Olympian has embraced her new role as a Diving Development Officer […]

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British Skeleton begin scheme that helped discover ex-University of Gloucestershire student Lizzy Yarnold

British Skeleton has today launched a new nationwide campaign with the sole aim of finding future female stars within the sport. The scheme is aged for women between 17-25 and they can apply for the “Project Milano: Girls4Gold” until April 30. Successful applicants will be able to display their abilities at the University of Bath; […]

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International Women’s Day: The top 5 female athletes to look out for in 2021

To celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) we’re taking a look at some of the brightest up and coming female talent in sport. Women’s sport is growing exponentially at the moment, with the Women’s World Cup setting the benchmark in 2019, as over 1 billion people tuned in over the course of the tournament. So let’s […]

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Tokyo Olympic Games: How severe could a cancellation be for organisers and broadcasters?

Uncertainty is looming over whether the Tokyo Olympic Games will go ahead this summer, amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The IOC (International Olympic Committee) and Japanese organisers rescheduled the games for July 23 to August 8 this summer after last year’s unprecedented postponement, becoming the first Olympics in peacetime to suffer that fate. However, many […]