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LONDON 2012 SHOW THE WAY WITH OLYMPIC PICTOGRAMS

16 Oct 2009

The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) today unveiled the London 2012 Olympic pictograms, the visual representations of each Olympic sport which will be used in the run up to and during the Olympic Games in 2012.

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TITLEY NAMED BSCTA COACH OF THE YEAR

06 Oct 2009

The British Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (BSCTA) has announced the winners of its coaching awards at the 46th Annual Awards Dinner and Ben Titley was awarded the prestigious BSCTA Coach of the Year Award.

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MEN’S WATER POLO TEAM THANK FRIENDS OF WATER POLO

22 Sep 2009

The whole of the senior Men’s Water Polo team and all of the support staff at British Water Polo would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone at Friends of Water Polo, especially founding member Frances Lawler, for the financial assistance they have received over the past six months.

 

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CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY AND SPORT JOIN COMMONWEALTH GAMES ENGLAND

17 Sep 2009

Lawrence Dallaglio, the former England rugby captain, and David Ross, co-founder of The Carphone Warehouse plc, are amongst 13 names who have been enlisted and announced by Sir Andrew Foster to sit on a newly-constituted Commonwealth Games England (CGE) Board and to guide England’s participation in Delhi 2010 and beyond.

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