A PhD student from the University of Campinas in Brazil who was selected as the country’s lead sport physiotherapist at the Olympic Games spent 11 months in Bath working with the DisAbility Sport & Health (DASH) research group.
Hadia Hosny El Said will graduate this winter from Bath, on Tuesday 11 December, having represented her country at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Louise Hunt, who represented the ParalympicsGB team in wheelchair tennis at the London 2012 Games, graduated with a foundation degree at our Winter Award Ceremonies on Tuesday 11 December.
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:
It’s a busy summer for 21-year-old Jon Gleave – summer ball, graduation, and tickets to a very special event, the London Games 2012 Men’s 100m final.
Katerina Davidova, a first year Politics with Economics student, is one of 70,000 people who have volunteered their time to help make the Olympic Games the greatest show on Earth.
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.
A student from the University of Bath is assisting a Paralympic athlete by acting as a translator for the duration of the athlete’s time here at Bath.
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.