All the latest as our Wiltshire contenders go for gold
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AFTER dealing with the weight of expectation in the lead up to London 2012, there has been a different weight to bear for Bradford on Avon’s Ed McKeever since he took to the water last weekend – but the Team GB kayak king isn’t too upset over the strain of carrying an Olympic gold medal.
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MARLBOROUGH rider Andrew Nicholson admits that he was “gutted” to miss out on an individual eventing medal at London 2012 – but was more than happy to celebrate helping New Zealand secure team bronze.
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ACADEMICS have worked out that it takes 10,000 hours of training to make an Olympic champion – but they clearly haven't met Larkhill Army captain Heather Stanning and Helen Glover, who defy their proven formula with a much more simple to understand combination of dedication and determination.
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WINSLEY fencer Sophie Williams’ dream comes true on Wednesday when she represents Great Britain in the women’s individual sabre event at London 2012. The 22-year-old’s selection fore the Games, ahead of higher-ranked compatriots, caused controversy earlier this summer, but the Truro-based competitor is hoping to lay down a marker for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. “We’re all very aware that it’s fantastic to be selected but we’ve also got a job to do and we’re still focussed on that very much,” she said.
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LARKHILL army captain Heather Stanning and partner Helen Glover were carrying the hopes and expectations of a nation on their shoulders this morning as they went for gold in the Olympic final of the women's pair.
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CLAYTON and Lucinda Fredericks expressed their satisfaction with both their team and individual positions as the Little Cheverell-based couple both claimed top 10 places as the dressage phases of the Olympic eventing concluded at Greenwich Park today.
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FOUR-TIME Olympic champion Michael Johnson believes Danny Talbot can experience the joy of seeing the Union Jack raised for him at London 2012 – but only if the relay squad hoist the white flag pre race.
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GENERAL ELECTION: CONSTITUENCIES
Your Say Your Times
I would like to draw the attention of residents of Wiltshire to the latest consultation by Wiltshire Council that could see bus passes only being able to be used after 9.30am. It seems to me that once again Wiltshire Council is looking to save £180,000 at the expense of the elderly and disabled. It could be suggested that if leading councillors hadn’t taken their eye-watering increases in the allowances these cuts wouldn’t now be necessary. − Cllr Terry Chivers, Independent, Melksham Without NorthWhat about workers?
Surely I am not alone in being irked by minority groups claiming to speak for the people of Wiltshire? Who are these people who condemn fracking so roundly and are prepared to use any legal means to stop it? Whoever they are, they haven’t bothered to seek the opinion of the majority and it follows that they have no right to speak for us. − Tony Sedgewick, DevizesNot speaking for all
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