The BUCS Hall of Fame recognises the achievements and contributions of athletes, coaches and supporting staff who have excelled in their careers

In 2019, BUCS introduced the Hall of Fame to celebrate the centenary of British university sport. The Hall of Fame acknowledges individual's dedication and achievements in sport.

Alison Odell CBE

Alison Odell CBE

University of Birmingham, Lifetime Devotee in University Sport

Achievements: Former BUSA & UCS Chair and FISU Executive Board member

Bill Slater CBE

Bill Slater CBE

University of Birmingham, Football

Achievements: League Championships and FA Cup Winner, Wolves
Christine Ohuruogu MBE

Christine Ohuruogu MBE

University College London , British Track & Field Athlete

Achievements: Olympic Gold Medallist and Double World Champion, 400m
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill

Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill

University of Sheffield, Heptathlon

Achievements: Three-time heptathlon world champion and Olympic Gold Medallist
Dame Katherine Grainger DBE

Dame Katherine Grainger DBE

University of Edinburgh, Rowing

Achievements: Olympic Gold Medallist and Six-time World Champion 
Danielle Brown MBE

Danielle Brown MBE

University of Leicester , Archery

Achievements: Paralympic Gold Medallist and World Champion
Dr Deng Yaping

Dr Deng Yaping

University of Nottingham, Table Tennis

Achievements: Olympic Gold Medallist and World Champion
Eric Lidell

Eric Lidell

University of Edinburgh, Scottish Sprinter

Achievements: Olympic Gold Medallist, 400m
Liz Nicholl CBE

Liz Nicholl CBE

University of Nottingham, Former Chief Executive of UK Sport

Achievements: 22 caps for the Welsh netball squad

Sir Gareth Edwards CBE

Sir Gareth Edwards CBE

Cardiff Metropolitan University, Rugby Union

Achievements: 53 Intenational caps, seven 5 Nations Championship titles 
Sir Roger Bannister CH CBE

Sir Roger Bannister CH CBE

University of Oxford , British Middle Distance Runner

Achievements: First individual to run a four-minute mile

 

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