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Sophie Hahn: Silent Assassin

Sophie Hahn: Silent Assassin

Sophie Hahn is a name that is becoming synonymous with British Paralympic success. An unassuming, mild mannered figure, Hahn transforms into a world beater every time she steps foot on the track, someone who is feared by her rivals.

Rest, Recover, Repeat!

Rest, Recover, Repeat!

When you’re in the midst of a heavy competition season or even pre-season training, you can often become so focussed on achieving and improving in their sessions that you forget to prioritise recovery!

Olympian Samantha Murray discusses her tips for Laser Run athletes

Olympian Samantha Murray discusses her tips for Laser Run athletes

This year, the School Games National Finals is showcasing its first Laser Run competition, with young athletes from all over the UK taking part in the event.

School Engagement at the Games: what’s available for your school?

School Engagement at the Games: what’s available for your school?

Bookings are now live for this year’s School Games National Final, hosted at Loughborough University for the third consecutive year and showcasing 11 exciting sports.

Elinor Barker: Life in the fast lane

Elinor Barker: Life in the fast lane

The 13th edition of the School Games will take place at Loughborough University again this year, and will most likely be a launch pad for many young athletes in the UK to go on to international glory. This has proven to be true before, with 25% of the School Games alumni who competed at the Rio Olympics leaving with a medal.

Jonnie Peacock: School Games to Paralympic glory

Jonnie Peacock: School Games to Paralympic glory

Jonnie Peacock is undoubtedly one of the most inspiring athletes of his generation. Having contracted meningitis at just five years old and after a lengthy struggle with the illness, Jonnie had his leg amputated from the knee down.

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