'Insight into closed world' of Olympian athletes
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Class of Olympian athletes at Swansea University

Seven Olympians have signed up to take a course at Swansea University, giving an "insight into the closed world" of elite athletes.

Students on the sports ethics and integrity masters course include a world record-holding hurdler, and the group has two golds, three silvers and a bronze medal between them.

The athletes are funded through International Olympic Committee bursaries.

Mike McNamee, professor of applied ethics at the university, said: "They bring an insight into the almost closed world of the elite athlete."

  • 13 Oct 2019
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