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November 28, 2022
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Shining ‘Star’- Andrea Spendolini

With her steely attitude towards diving and relentless efforts, Andrea Spendolini could be the next big thing for Team Great Britain Sixteen-year-old Andrea Spendolini- Serieix, the young British diver is also the proud daughter of French maître d’hôtel Fred Serieix of First Dates and Million Pound Menu fame. She won a solo gold at the […]

Beyond Barriers – Kare Adenegan

Kare Adenegan got her first gold medal in senior competition and silver in the 80 metres category in Para World European Athletics Championships in Berlin. British wheelchair Kare Adnegan took to wheelchair racing at the age of 11, deriving inspiration from the achievements of her icon Hannah Cockroft at the London 2012 Paralympics. As fate […]

‘A Special Player’ – Phil Foden

Phil Foden made his quantum leap in the domain of professional football in 2017, after leaving a strong imprint through the Under-17 World Cup performance Phil Foden, English footballer and midfielder for Manchester City and the national team, has been a prodigy in the true sense of the word. He made his quantum leap in […]

Making Waves – Kate Haywood

With a finesse in breaststroke swimming, she was the youngest player at the age of 15, to represent England at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester Kate Haywood, former elite British swimmer made her presence felt everywhere, be it FINA world championships, European championships, Commonwealth Games or the Summer Olympics. With a finesse in breaststroke […]

Diving Star – Tom Daley

Tom Daley has shown his brilliance through the gold medals he won for England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games Tom Daley, a British diver and prominent LGBT icon, made headlines this year, after being spotted knitting in the stands at the women’s 3m springboard final during this Olympics. While the world was trying to make […]