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2013 News


Blair hits the books in between his badminton successes

Imogen Bankier and Robert Blair celebrate their Scottish Open Grand Prix title. Photo: Badmintonscotland 28 November 2013

Law, geography, mathematics, physics. You name it, Robert Blair has studied it. And fresh from his badminton mixed doubles success at the Scottish Open Grand Prix, the 32-year-old former world silver medallist is enjoying the opportunity to broaden his horizons.

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Winning Students backs nationwide search for Girls4Gold canoeists

Helen Skelton backs Girls4Gold programme 30 October 2013

University of Stirling English student Amber Maslen does it. Now so can you.

Canoeing is a nationwide search for fit, powerful, and competitive female athletes. This is a golden opportunity to develop your potential and become part of Britain's sporting elite to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Have you got what it takes?

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Student swimmers impress at world level

Teenager Murdoch impressed in his first World Championship appearance 31 July 2013

It’s been a winning July for Winning Students, with nine swimmers competing at the top levels of swimming competitions at both the FINA World Championships and the World University Games.

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Judo player picks herself off the mat

Samantha Clark 28 June 2013

It’s been a rocky two years for Judo player Samantha Clark who has been off the mat after rupturing her knee in a competition in 2011, specifically her ACL, MCL, and LCL.

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Reid ranks among the best in the world

Gordon Reid with his ITF Award. Photo: LTA 29 May 2013

Psychology student Gordon Reid completed a marathon May by becoming the first British player to win the International Tennis Federation's Male Player of the Year Award for players on the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour.

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