Sport (1)

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Athletics

Donald Arthur Tunbridge

British 50km Road Walking Champion 1952

Brian Holland

British Insurance Champion 800 metres 1973, 1974

Basil Collins

Highgate Harriers Cross Country


Body Building

Brian Buchanan

Mr. Universe NABBA Overall winner 1984; won Mr. Universe NABBA Tall 1984; Mr. Universe Pro NABBA Champion 1995; NABBA World Champion Pro 1984; European Champion WABBA Tall 1982; 2nd WABBA World Championships Pro 1984; 2nd World Pro Championships IFBB 1988; 2nd Mr. Universe Pro Championships 1985; 2nd US Grand Prix Pro IFBB 1988; 2nd European Junior Championships WABBA 1981 & many other Body Building Championship titles, Magazine Cover ĎIron Maní Sept. Vol. 48, No. 9, 1989

Boxing

Luigi Leo

South East Division Amateur Boxing Champion 1990, Captain of England Team at the 1990 Multi Nations Boxing Tournament in Sweden; Coach: Olympic, World Championship & Commonwealth Games boxers; Barbados National Boxing Coach and Team Manager at the 1999 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Houston USA; Team Manager England Amateur Boxing Association 2003; Trainer at the Trojan Boxing Club

Fencing

Arnold Ralph Cooperman

Won Gold Medal at Commonwealth Games Sabre Event in 1962, British Amateur Champion at Sabre 1960 & 1964, Senior British Fencing Champion in the Foil Event 1951, represented Great Britain in Empire Games

Football Management/Coaching

Trevor Hartley

National Coach: Singapore, Malaysia, Manager: Bournemouth, Coach: Spurs, Luton (X2), Sunderland, Coach: England 1990-1993 (Graham Taylor era)

Terry Burton

Terry Burton Manager: Wimbledon, Assistant Manager: Cardiff City, Watford, First Team Coach: Sheffield Wednesday, West Bromwich Albion, Coach: Arsenal, Wimbledon Under 21 Manager: Arsenal, Technical Director: West Bromwich Albion.

Jay Bothroyd

Muangthong United Thailand, Queens Park Rangers (21 appearances, 2 goals), Sheffield Wednesday, Cardiff City (134 appearance 45 goals), Wolverhampton Wanderers (37 appearances, 23 x sub, 13 goals), Charlton Athletic (25 appearances, 21 x sub, 5 goals), Blackburn Rovers (7 appearances, 6 x sub, 1 goal), Stoke (4 appearances, 3 x sub), Arsenal, Perugia (Italy Serie A, 22 appearances, 16 x sub, 7 goals), Coventry (56 appearances, 26 x sub, 17 goals), & an England Cap (1 x sub, vís France 1-2 defeat 2010), an England Under 21 Cap, (1 x sub, vís Mexico 3-0 win 2002, scored goal), 2 England Under 20 Caps, 2 England Under 18 (vís Belgium 3-2 win, vís Poland 0-1), 2 England Under 16 Caps, England Under 15 cap (vís Belgium 4-2 win, scored 2 goals);

Steve Walford

Assistant Manager: Bolton Wanders, Coach: Republic of Ireland, Head Coach: Aston Villa, Celtic, Leicester, Norwich, Wycombe Wanders, Assistant Manager: Sunderland,

Chris Ramsey

Coach: England Under 20, Tottenham Hotspur, Charleston Battery (Eastern Conference, South East Division, A League), Player/Coach: Naxxar Lions Maltese 1st Division, Cocoa Expos United Soccer Leagues USA, Tottenham Hotspur Academy: Asst. Academy Manager, Head of Player Development, U16 Coach, U18 Asst. Coach; Asst. Coach England U16, Luton, scout England (Kevin Keegan era)

Tommy Youlden

Coach: Chelsea Academy, FA Tutor Trainer and London

Football Referee

Mike Kennedy

Class 1 Referee

F.A. Trophy Final 1985 Wealdstone v Boston

A.F.A. Senior Referee
 

Tony Mann

Class One, refereed at Wembley

Old Camdenians Open Golf Championship Winners

Peter Friend 2002 & 2003

 

Paul Roberts 2004
 

David Allen 2005


Brian Burns 2006


Alan Spaul 2007


Horse Racing

Brian Holland

Owner, ĎShift A Gameí hurdler & 3 other horses

Offshore Powerboat Racing

Graham Tassell

World Championships

Olympians

George Robb

(soccer, Helsinki Olympics, 1952, scored goal against Luxembourg in 5-3 defeat)

Donald Arthur Tunbridge

(15th in 50km Road Walking, Helsinki Olympics 1952)

Arnold Ralph Cooperman

(Fencing Team: Foil Individual, Sabre Team and Individual Melbourne Olympics in 1956, Sabre Team and Individual and Foil Team and Individual (5th) in the 1960 Rome Olympics), Sabre Team and Individual, Foil Team and Individual in 1964 Toyko Olympics)

Albert Reginald 'Reggie' Knight

7th in the Plain High Diving Event & 11th in the Fancy High Diving Event in the 1924 Paris Olympics & 8th in the Highboard Diving Event in the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics).

Alfred Goldsmith

(former teacher) Gymnastics. Standard bearer for the British team in the 1948 Olympics


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