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WHAT TEAM ENGLAND MEANS TO ME: KERI-ANNE PAYNE SHARES HER MEMORIES

12 May 2022

It’s been 16 years since Keri-anne Payne made her Commonwealth Games debut and the swimmer still holds incredibly fond memories of representing Team England at the event on two occasions. Keri-anne was still a teenager when she headed to Melbourne in 2006 and once again returned to the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in 2010 - winning bronze in the 400m medley two years after claiming Olympic silver in the 10km open water event.

DANIELLE BROWN: MY THREE PIECES OF ADVICE FOR UP-AND-COMING ATHLETES

10 May 2022

Danielle Brown made history by becoming the first Paralympian to represent England in an able-bodied event at the Commonwealth Games - and now the archery icon is reflecting on her own experiences to disseminate her wisdom to the next generation of talent. After her pinpoint precision fired her to Paralympic glory at Beijing 2008, Danielle followed it up with another gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games for Team England in Delhi.

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