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Olympic Gold Medallist Maddie Returns to King's for Exclusive Camp

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Olympic Gold Medallist Maddie Returns to King's for Exclusive Camp

GB Olympic Hockey Gold Medallist Maddie Hinch returned to King’s College, Taunton last weekend to host the first of four exclusive camps run by MH1 Coaching.

This sell out camp was led by the former King’s College pupil, who gave expert coaching to all ages and abilities in a fun and engaging environment.

Over 100 goalkeepers attended the two days that involved a variety of practices as well as a demonstration from Maddie herself, with the coaches putting her through her paces and showing why she is the world number one.

Clare Hayes, Director of Hockey at King’s said: “I came and watched the camp and it was amazing. What a great experience for all those goalkeepers!"

“It looked like they had loads of fun withlots of opportunity to learn. We were delighted to be able to host the camp here at King’s and our staff were pleasedto be able to help with the coaching.”

Alongside this fantastic opportunity, we are also delighted to announce that our Maddie Hinch Scholarship for 2019 will be launching very soon. The scholarship is aimed at children with potential in hockey looking to join the school in the Third Form in September 2019. For further information, please contact Admissions@kings-taunton.co.uk or call 01823 328204.

Highlights from Maddie's Two-Day Coaching Camps

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Listen to Maddie speak about the coaching tour, life at King's College and what lays ahead for her.


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