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I have also maintained my links with the university by continuing to coach at the University of Worcester performance centre.
“I have also been coaching a number of other junior county players at different venues around Solihull and working in a primary school coaching multi-sport skills to children.
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Sophie May, 21, from Walsall, studied Sport and Exercise Science at the University, and despite finding out part-way through her course that she had been struggling for years with undiagnosed dyslexia, she didn’t let that stop her from making the most of her potential.William, 21, from Solihull, who holds the number one position in Welsh national badminton, has completed his degree in sports coaching science and is now using his expertise and skills to help the next generation of young players.“Since finishing my degree I have been working as a badminton coach for david lloyd solihull - where I currently have a number of individual and group sessions being run on a weekly basis."International Business Management offered lot of freedom in module composition, plus we had the opportunity to go on a student exchange to a different country.” While at university Luisa got involved in volunteering at the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Bookstore in St John’s, which she said was an experience she really enjoyed. Ruth is a member of the governing board of the national charity, the Lord’s Taverners, giving young people a chance to engage in sport and recreational activities within the community.Ruth is currently serving as Chair of the Charitable Programmes National Committee for the Taverners, which distributes over £3m annually.“Obviously this came as a massive blow to me but I am staying positive and not given up on my dream of competing in the games in the future.I am continuing to train and plan on playing at the Welsh international in November 2017 and then trying to retain my Welsh national singles title for the third year in a row, in February 2018”.“After I finished my degree I secured a Research Assistant’s position at Worcester, assisting academic staff who were researching the effects of sleep deprivation on exercise performance,” she said.“I have just moved to the University of Birmingham where I am studying for an MSc in Exercise and Sports Science.“The University of Worcester helped me get a diagnosis for my dyslexia, a learning difficulty I had always struggled with but never had any support for,” Sophie said.“The support system for people with learning difficulties is excellent at the university, and they really helped me understand about good time management and presenting my written work, which really paid off in the third year, when I won an award for my dissertation and achieved a first overall for my degree.” “The staff at Worcester were very helpful.