Sporting Champions’ Success at the 2022 Birmingham Common...

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Sporting Champions’ Success at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games

daryll neita wins a medal at the commonwealth games

So far, 2022 has been a marquee year for our Sporting Champions athletes. It’s seen many of them – both from the main scheme and Elite Athletes – taking part in a home Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, with several of them experiencing enormous success!

With that in mind, we’d like to take this opportunity to extend our most heartfelt congratulations to every Sporting Champion who was chosen to compete for their country at the Games. It must have a singular experience and one that we’re sure will long in their memories.

We must also extend special congratulations to all those Sporting Champions and Elite Athletes who managed to achieve a medal at these most special of championships. From all of us here at Everyone Active, well done!

Everyone Active Sporting Champion Commonwealth Games Medal Winners

The Commonwealth Games was a bumper competition for Sporting Champions, with loads of medals being won. We’re incredibly proud of all our athletes that took part in this fantastic competition and look forward to further success in the future!

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Georgia-Mae Fenton became the first woman in history to retain the Commonwealth uneven bars title.

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Ashley McKenzie won gold in the men’s 60kg judo final, making him a double Commonwealth Games champion.

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Daryll Neita won bronze in the 100m, her first ever individual championship medal. She was also part of the women’s 4x100m relay team, winning a silver medal.

Paralympic wheelchair racer Danny Sidbury won silver in the 1500m final.

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Hannah Cockroft, seven-time Paralympic champion and 12-time world gold medallist won her first Commonwealth Games gold in the T33/34 100m wheelchair racing final alongside her team-mate and Sporting Champion Fabienne André, who won bronze.

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Maisie Summers-Newton added a Commonwealth Games title to her World, Paralympic and European wins.

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Olivia Breen won a gold medal and got a new PB in the women’s T37/38 100m final.

Jona Efoloko won a gold medal as part of the 4x100m relay team.

This fantastic success at one of the world’s most prestigious sporting tournaments is testament to the efficacy of the Everyone Active Sporting Champions scheme – helping young, talented athletes get the most out of their abilities.

You can read all about this – and so much more – in Behind the Line, the Everyone Active Sporting Champions newsletter, which is available as an e-magazine.

All images reproduced by kind permission of the athletes.

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