As the London 2012 summer of sport ends we celebrate the outstanding achievements of the Paralympic athletes associated with the University and take great pride in the Paralympians who are bringing home medals:
As we look back on London 2012 we applaud all the athletes associated with the University who have made it such a glorious Games, and take great pride in the Olympians who are bringing home medals:
As the first week of London Olympics 2012 draws to a close we are delighted by the performances of all the athletes that are associated with the University.
Over 50 of our students will get the chance of a lifetime when they compete in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Outdoor Athletics Championships in London, the showcase event in the universities’ national outdoor athletics season.
Jason Gardener is a Bath boy, born and bred. He is also an Olympic gold medallist who won world, Commonwealth and European titles galore during a glittering sprint career. He spent thousands of hours training for these major events at his sporting home – the University of Bath.
Members of the Russian Federation’s athletics team will finalise their preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games at the University of Bath. A 30-strong contingent of Russia’s top track and field athletes will train at the University in the build-up to the Games from 20 July 20 to 1 August.
Gold medallist Katrina Hart is among more than 2,000 students who will get their degrees at the summer award ceremonies this week.
The University of Bath has formally signed a wide-ranging reciprocal sports and academic agreement with Malaysia that will include covering the build-up to the 2012 Olympic Games and 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Amy Williams made a triumphant return to the University yesterday, Wednesday 3 March, to celebrate her Olympic success at the place she says “feels like home”.
Golden girl Amy Williams is coming home to Bath next week and she wants the University to be the focal point of her celebrations.