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  • January Athlete of the Month – Gavin Rumgay

    Gavin Rumgay, GLL Sport Foundation supported Scottish Table Tennis star has been chosen as January’s athlete of the month. Gavin has had a successful sporting past in table tennis, badminton and tennis amongst others, but is now a professional table tennis player. This month Gavin competed at the World Championships and reached the last eight…

  • Fi Tillman

    An accomplished able-bodied basketball player, Tillman started playing wheelchair basketball in 2011 after she was injured in a road accident and has since gone from strength to strength.

  • New GLL Sport Foundation website goes live

    GLL have today launched our new GLL Sport Foundation website with a core focus to supporting athletes of the future. The website is user friendly on computers and mobiles/tablets; its easy to find your way around if you either want to apply for support, read case studies on our athletes, or read our latest news…

  • Michael McKillop – wins Sports Person with a Disability at the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards

    Congratulations to Michael McKillop for winning the Sports Person with a Disability award at the Belfast Telegraph Sports awards on the 25th of January. Michael McKillop is an inspirational figure for middle distance athletes. The track star struck ‘Gold’ twice at the IPC World Championships in Doha with victory in the 800 and 1500m races and has broken…

  • Liz Saul

    The membership to the Better Gyms through the GLL Sport Foundation meant I could focus on this part of my training without worrying about being on the road.

  • Tremayne Gilling – Bobsleigh World Championships

    Tremayne Gilling was originally supported by the GLL Sport Foundation for his bright future in sprinting. Gilling has now transferred over to Bobsleigh, as is taking to the new sport exceptionally well, being selected for Team GB to compete at the Junior World Championships in Germany. Brad Hall and Tremayne Gilling (partners) were within touching distance…

  • GLL Sport Foundation to support today’s and tomorrow’s athletes with £1million funding pot

    Applications are now open for talented young sports men and women from across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to apply for a share of a £1 million funding pot, out to help young sporting stars realise their dreams.  Talented athletes have until 20th February 2016 to apply for financial awards of up to £1,250. The…

  • Michaela Staniford

    September 2015, the first time ‘professional’ would be put along side a female rugby player. I am extremely happy to say I am one of the lucky 20 in the squad.

  • Ben Goodall

    GLL Sport Foundation supported athlete Ben Goodall flew out to Portugal, with the GB Tumbling Gymnastics squad last week for the 2015 Trampoline and Tumbling Loulé Cup.

  • Eleanor & Louisa Piper

    This is an amazing feat which marks the culmination of a year in which both girls were assessed by the Head Olympic Coach to have 95+% perfect technique and tipped as stars of the future.