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GLL Sports Foundation Launched In Cornwall

For the first time athlete’s based in Cornwall can now receive support from the GLL Sports Foundation (GSF). An event was held to launch the GSF in Cornwall on 9th January 2018 and was attended by Paralympic Table Tennis Player David Wetherill and Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, Colonel Edward Bolitho.

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Wales Announce Commonwealth Games Team – Including GSF Funded Anna Hursey

Wales have announced a squad of 93 athletes who will travel to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games in April, including GLL Sport Foundation supported table tennis player Anna Hursey. Anna is the youngest member of the squad and youngest person to ever represent Wales at senior level in

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GLL SUPPORTING TODAY AND TOMORROWS ATHLETES

Charitable social enterprise and the UK’s largest leisure operator is set to support three thousand athletes in 2018 through their athlete support programme, the ‘GLL Sport Foundation’. The GLL Sport Foundation is an athlete focussed support programme providing athletes across the UK with tangible support to aid their sports performance,

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Pippa Earley wins Gold in the SIAB International Pentathlon

The GLL Sport Foundation has been supporting local Tower Hamlets athlete Pippa early for the last couple of years. She is going from strength to strength and really coming into her own. Pippa represented England for Athletics in Glasgow in November at the SIAB International  Pentathlon (England, Scotland, Ireland and

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Callum Sullivan selected for 2018 Cambridge Boat Race team

Callum Sullivan won the ‘Muhammad Ali Athlete of the Year’ Award last month at the annual Greenwich Starting Blocks Fundraising Dinner. Callum has been supported by Greenwich Starting Blocks and the GLL Sport Foundation, and this year was identified by British Rowing to receive a SportsAid award. Callum is now

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GLL Sport Foundation & SportsAid supported Holly Dunford nominated for One-To-Watch award

SportsAid has announced the ten athletes on the shortlist for this year’s One-to-Watch Award. The annual award, set to be presented at the charity’s SportsBall in London on Thursday 23 November, was launched in 2006 and looks to shine a spotlight on the achievements of Britain’s brightest young sporting prospects. Among the

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