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          Issue 31 – Spring 2020

          Affable Bears
          Meet the athletes
          Five minutes with a Fellow – Dr Marcus Tomalin


          Meet the athletes

          When Emma Pooley (2001) and Tom James (2002) became Olympic medallists in 2008, they joined an impressive group of 27 Trinity Hall Olympians since the 1900 Games in Paris.

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          But Olympic success is only a part of the College’s sporting story. Sporting endeavours provide much more than medals: a release from academic pressures, a sense of wellbeing and a lifelong appreciation of cooperation and collaboration.

          In the following articles, we hear from alumni, students and Fellows for whom sport is an integral part of their life, whether for competition, supporting charities or their own wellbeing. Will Trinity Hall have someone to cheer on in the Tokyo Games? Paralympic hopeful Jan Helmich (2016) certainly hopes so.

          Article uses text about Billy Fiske written by Bridget Wheeler (1977) from The Hidden Hall.

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