Andy Turner – Sky Sports Mentor

As a young boy, Andy was a keen footballer and was scouted by Notts County Football Club before taking up athletics at 13. His school sporting career quickly took off and he won a gold, silver and bronze medal in the English Schools Championships, ranking third in the world in 1997. However, as he progressed,

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Feature: Andy Turner

After reaching the stars in 2010, GB’s double gold medallist Andy Turner tellsMichael Marsh his plans for 2011 and beyond. From the streets of Nottingham to gold medal stardom, Andy Turner has come to the fore. The athlete produced startling form to project himself on the European map last season – and now he’s targeting the

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Andy Turner Wins Bronze In 110m Hurdles

Andy Turner picked up Team GB’s second medal of the world championships as he won a bronze in the 110m hurdles. Once again it was a final that was full of controversy as winner Dayron Robles was disqualified. At the end of the race Turner, who had had a poor semi-final, found himself in fourth behind

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Andy Turner scores quickfire Great City Games double

Great Britain’s European and Commonwealth 110m hurdles king Andy Turner struck twice in Manchester to continue his blistering early season form. Turner turned out twice in fifty minutes to win both the 110m and 200m hurdles against high quality opposition at the Great City Games in Manchester. Elsewhere on the Deansgate street track, world heptathlon

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It’s as easy as 1-2-3! Andy Turner storms to gold as English athletes clean up in 110m hurdles

Andy Turner stormed to victory as English athletes cleaned up in the 110m hurdles at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi. William Sharman won silver, with Lawrence Clarke taking bronze. Turner was thrilled to complete his 2010 season with another major title. The 30-year-old, who won Commonwealth bronze in Melbourne four years ago, said: ‘After Barcelona

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Hurdler Andy Turner’s medal rush in Barcelona

It was Britain’s third gold medal of the championships and both Christian Malcolm (200m) and Michael Bingham (400m) were silver medallists. Martyn Rooney (400m), Jenny Meadows (800m) and Perri Shakes-Drayton (400m hurdles) claimed bronze.Handing out the Union flag became a full-time job as British athletes paraded around the Olympic Stadium. Eleven medals are ready to

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