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Paula Dunn is the Head Coach to the GB Paralympic Track & Field team who came back from the Rio Games with their biggest ever medal haul, a whopping 33 medals (15 Gold, 7 Silver, 11 Bronze).
Appointed as Head Coach in 2013, Paula has also lead the team to some of their most successful World and European Championships over the last 3 years.
A former sprinter having represented Great Britain at the 1988 Seoul Olympics and with a number of Commonwealth and European Medals to her name, Paula still has one of the fastest times in British sprinting history, ranking in the top 10 times of all time in the 100m and 200m.

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet her at the International Festival of Athletics Coaching: take advantage of the 5% discount on all event’s packages valid until october 6 and book now at https://ifac.athleticscoaches.eu/?post_type=product

Paula Dunn is the Head Coach to the GB Paralympic Track & Field team who came back from the Rio Games with their biggest ever medal haul, a whopping 33 medals (15 Gold, 7 Silver, 11 Bronze).Appointed as Head Coach in 2013, Paula has also lead the team to some of their most successful World and European Championships over the last 3 years.A former sprinter having represented Great Britain at the 1988 Seoul Olympics and with a number of Commonwealth

Professor Vin Walsh Vin Walsh is Professor of Human Brain Research in the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. He works on many aspects of perception and memory and is currently investigating lifelong learning and plasticity using behavioural, brain imaging and human brain stimulation methods.He obtained a PhD in Visual Neuroscience from Manchester before spending 10 years in Oxford as a Royal Society University Research Fellow and joining UCL in 2002. He collaborates widely and especially on all aspects of human brain stimulation which requires

Baroness Sue Campbell is the former chair of UK Sport and now head of women’s football Her appointment at FA was made at a time when the sport is enjoying an upsurge in popularity after England’s third-placed finish at the 2015 Women’s World Cup. She is taking on the FA’s drive to increase grassroots participation in girls’ and women’s football, with the goal of generating further success among the country’s elite women’s teams. A former England netball player and coach, Baroness Campbell assumed