Andrew selected for Commonwealth Games 2014
Team England’s Andrew Baggaley has been selected to represent his country for his 4th consecutive Commonwealth Games in Glasgow from 23rd July to 3rd August 2014.
Andrew who is England’s leading tale tennis medallist of all time at the Commonwealth Games will play in the Men’s Team Event and Men’s Singles events.
Andrew commented on his selection, “I feel honoured and extremely fortunate to yet again represent Team England at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. When table tennis made its debut as a Commonwealth Games sport on home soil in Manchester 2002 I did not think I would be competing again in 12 years time on British soil. I believe I have been successful at previous Commonwealth Games events but feel I will face the biggest challenge of my career at Glasgow 2014.”
Andrew has won 2 Gold medals, 2 Silver medals and 1 Bronze medal after competing in Manchester 2002, Melbourne 2006 and Delhi 2010.
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LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES PHOTOSHOOT!
London 2012 Olympian Andrew Baggaley had an Olympic photoshoot in Team GB kit with Richard Pardon on Saturday 14th July 2012 in his home city of Milton Keynes in England.
Richard Pardon, a young talented photographer was the man behind the lens with the results part of The “I Am...” Series and published on his website.
Andrew’s pre London 2012 Olympic Banquet!
The Silk Road Restaurant in Milton Keynes was the venue for a London 2012 Olympic Banquet for Andrew’s friends and family on Saturday 23rd June 2012, directly after Andrew returned from a one month training camp in China.
Andrew Baggaley signs for SV Pluderhausen
Confirmed Team GB London 2012 Olympian Andrew Baggaley, has signed a contract with SV Pluderhausen for the 2012/2013 season and will make his debut in Europe’s elite league after the London 2012 Olympics.
Andrew selected for Olympic Games 2012
Andrew Baggaley, England’s leading Table Tennis medallist of all time at the Commonwealth Games has been selected to represent Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics.