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Key Worker Stories: Kate Bozianu

Kate Bozianu is a member of WaldenTRI Club where she was secretary for six years and has also held the role of race director for the WaldenTRI Triathlon. Alongside her sport, she’s a health care assistant on a neuro critical care unit and has worked in healthcare for over thirty years.

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Triathlon England kicks off female coach mentoring programme

Running from February to December 2021, the programme has paired eight female coaches from across England with mentors to help them develop their coaching and encourage them along their coaching journey.

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Triathlete becomes latest Sir John Hanson Scholar

In 2019, Team England launched the Sir John Hanson Scholarhip. A scholarship which would provide funding and support for five young athletes in their journeys to strive to compete for Team England at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

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Key Worker Stories: Patrick Larke

Having trained as a nurse in the 1980s and worked in operating theatres for 30 years, Patrick Larke has been supporting his colleagues working in the intensive treatment unit (ITU) during Covid-19.

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Triathlon England award winner Elliott continues to work on the frontline

Heidi Elliott is a triathlete, coach and official from Leicestershire who was named one of the Triathlon England Key Workers of the Year for her work as a primary school teacher throughout the pandemic.

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Key worker stories: Susie Foster

Susie Foster is coach and founder of Swans Tri Club and a GP in Yorkshire who was named one of the Triathlon England Key Workers of the Year in 2020.

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Team England confirm triathlon coaches for Birmingham 2022

Bex Milnes, Rhys Davey, Mark Buckingham and Scott Murray have been named as the coaches that will support Team England’s triathlon team for next year’s Commonwealth Games.

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New strategy puts sport and physical activity at the heart of nation’s recovery

Helping grassroots sport and physical activity recover from the social and economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic and investing time and resources into tackling the key challenges of the next decade are the cornerstones of Sport England’s new long-term strategy.

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Triathlon England Award winners announced at annual conference

This weekend saw the Triathlon England Conference take place virtually for the first time, bringing together members for workshops, Q&As, the AGM and national awards.

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Commonwealth Games England forms Athlete Advisory Group ahead of Birmingham 2022

Commonwealth Games England has announced the formation of an Athlete Advisory Group, including Alistair Brownlee, to ensure Team England’s preparations for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022 are athlete centred and performance driven.

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