Flo Ward, a student at Totton College, is a member of the National U18 squad and plays for Southampton-based Solent Suns Women’s team.
Junior and senior players discussing what makes a great coach as part of Coaching Hampshire & IOW’s Flying Coach Development Scheme
Danielle king- GB cyclist
BMX Racer, Ayesha McLelland, currently ranked 2nd in Britain
Lindsay Fraser, GB Diving Coach based in Southampton
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Tamsin Greenway is one of newly appointed Project 500 Ambassadors. Tamsin is a highliy capped England Netball player and currently a player coach at Surrey Storm.
Cold and wet, but spirits and energy remains high as the Gosport Gators Youth Team get ready for their weekly netball session.
GB Volleyballer who surpports our campaign, check her blog out on the website!
One of our young Mission Possible Agents promoting the Olympic & Paralymic values at the 2011 Hampshire Youth Games
Natalie Curtis one of our Project 500 Ambassadors speaks to female coaches from Kent and Sussex at our first regional workshop
Danielle King- Racing for GB with fellow team mates
Mo has been England Women’s U19 coach since 2001 and, as well as assisting National Coach Hope Powell with the Senior Team, guided the Young Lions to become UEFA European U19 Champions in 2009.
Hope Powell is one of the few high-profile women on Uk’s coaching landscape.
Despite the success of England Netball on the international stage, little is known of its elite coaching staff. Anna Mayes is just one of many coaches who is supporting Project 500.
Hampshire native, Tallisa Haynes, currently plays for Hertfordshire-based Mavericks. She’s also an excellent coach and is seen here working with young players in Gosport.
Flo and her teammates at last summer’s European Championships in Miskolc, Hungary
Year one students at Barton Pevril College, Caroline, Zara, Rosie and Evie talk candidly about their views on girls sport and physical activity.
Kay Cossington is the National Development Manager for Girls and Women’s Elite Player Pathway. She is also Head Coach for the U15 England Girls.
New coach, Patrick Allen, is put through his paces by Tallisa Haynes