University of Bath alumna, Caroline Searle, has had her fair share of Olympic and Paralympic participation.
A company run by Bath alumni Chris Green will be providing a range of services to the London Media Centre during the Olympic Games.
When the first medal ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics gets underway at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich on Saturday 28 July, Bath graduate Rachel Spry will be there as part of the events team running the Olympic shooting competition.
The world will be watching London on Friday 27 July when the London 2012 Olympic Games opens with a glittering ceremony to celebrate the start of the most important sporting event of the calendar.
Two of our alumni have played a key role in the creation of the Velodrome, which will be one of the most sustainable venues in the Olympic Park in terms of design and construction.
Bath graduate David Carpenter is so proud that the Olympic Games are being held in London this year that he has joined the ranks of tens of thousands of London 2012 ‘Games Makers’ who are volunteering to help make the Games one of the most exciting sporting events in the world.
When 23-year-old Nina Cattaneo finishes her final year on the newly-named BA Sport & Social Sciences programme this summer she’ll be preparing for a uniquely placed volunteer role inside the Games, as assistant to the Director of Communications for Team GB.
Sir Keith Mills, Deputy Chair of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG), will receive an honorary degree from the University of Bath on Wednesday 14 December, at Bath’s Assembly Rooms.