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  • Bangkok 2007 - GBR Logo

    A spectacular closing ceremony brought the 2007 World University Games to an end in Bangkok, Thailand, with Britain having won ten medals in total – at an event where the standard was universally recognised as little short of outstanding.

  • Charles Ford

    Golfer Charles Ford, of Tennessee University, took Britain’s medal tally at the 2007 World University Games into double figures when he won silver in the men’s singles competition.

  • Bangkok 2007 - GBR Logo

    Both Craig Ewers, of the University of Wales in Cardiff, and Andrew Burns, who studies at Bath, were unfortunate not to win medals for Britain in judo, on days seven and eight of the World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Bangkok 2007 - GBR Logo

    There were more medals for Great Britain on day six of the World University Games in Bangkok, as two bronze were claimed on the track and another won in the pool, at the Rangit campus at Thammasat University.

  • Kadi-Ann Thomas wins Silver in 200m

    Great Britain won three more medals on day five of the World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand, to take their haul to six at the half-way mark of the event.

  • Simeon Williamson winning Gold

    Britain’s Simeon Williamson produced a scintillating run to claim gold in the 100m at the World University Games tonight – 24 hours after he thought he’d originally won it.