Doug is a British gymnast who represented the UK at the International Age Group Championships in 2006.
Zoe is a British gymnast and was named a World Class Gymnast in tumbling by the Federation International of Gymnastics in 2008.
Zoe won the women’s tumbling competition at the Acro British Tournament in 2005.
Paul Fairclough is the current manager of Barnet FC and the England National Team C. Barnet play in the English League Two (third division) after Fairclough guided them to promotion from the Conference League (semi-professional) in his first season as manager.
Shirley won gold medals at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. Shirley is the only British female athlete to have won gold medals at consecutive Olympic Games.
Shirley was also named female sailor of the year by the International Sailing Federation in 2000.
Shelley is a British Olympic athlete who won a silver medal in at the 2006 Winter Games in skeleton, the only medal for the UK during the games.
Shelley also finished tenth at the FIBT World Championships in 2007.
Derek is a retired British track and field athlete. During his career, he held the British record for the 400m sprint and won gold medals in the 4×400 meters relay at the World Championships, European Championships and Commonwealth Games.
He is best remembered for his performance at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona where his hamstring tore during the 400m semi-final but he fought through the pain and, with assistance from his father, managed to complete a full lap as the crowd gave him a standing ovation. The incident has become a well-remembered moment in Olympic history, having been the subject of one of the International Olympic Committee’s ‘Celebrate Humanity’ videos and been used in advertisements by Visa as an illustration of the Olympic spirit.
Gemma is professional swimmer and has competed in the 2002 Commonwealth Games as well as worked with the Royal Navy.