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Today I was in Bristol, giving a talk to 300 of the HFME, Healthcare Financial Management Association on their annual conference. It was the South West Branch, I was speaking to, with their finance, commissioning and planning directors and staff across all sectors of the NHS.

Their theme ...

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Do you have what it takes to become an Olympian?

Many people have been asking me recently "How do I try skeleton?", especially having seen it on Channel 4's The Jump..!

If you're interested, take a look at the British Skeleton website - they're running a specific Talent ID ...

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Presenting The Jump

I'm sat on a plane flying out to Innsbruck, Austria. I was up at 4am, I'm shattered, however probably not as tired as the 12 celebrities that I'm about to meet for tonight's live evening show "The Jump", Channel 4's new winter sport show. I was asked to coach the celebs my sport of Skel...

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Jardine and Williams complete Wales Rally GB challenge in style

When Sky Sports News? F1 analyst Tony Jardine asked me to co-drive for him on Wales Rally GB at world-class level, I ended up saying yes straight away.

That was just two months ago, and in that short time we had to complete four national rallies in order for Me to gain my international nav...

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1st May Fundraising Dinner

On the 1st May British Skeleton had a fundraising dinner to raise money for the team in the lead-up to Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The night was a great success, raising 100k for the sport. I was also awarded as the governing body?s first Vice-President. A huge honour for me to accept. This...

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Designing a Bag for 'Bath in Fashion'

British Bagmakers are creating a pop-up-manufacturing unit in Bath City Centre for Bath in Fashion 2013 (13?21st April 2013), to help celebrate the return of British manufacture to luxury leather bag-making. Along with fashion celebrities like milliner, Stephen Jones; interiors expert, Nina Campb...

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European Youth Olympic Winter Festival

From the 15th to the 23rd Feb I was asked to join our young Team GB and travel to Brasov, Romania for the 11th edition of the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival. I was going as ?Ambassador Amy? to help inspire, guide and advise our athletes in this big competition, the biggest international s...

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Joining Wilsher Group

Since retiring from my sport a few months ago I have been thinking hard what my next stage of life is going to look like! I was very busy over the Olympic period as one of the official London 2012 ambassadors and spent the whole time in London hosting, entertaining, interviewing, and working with...

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Olympic Games

I realise that I need to tell myself off for not having written a blog to you all for such a long time. Today the last day of July, and I have just flown back from New York, yes a little crazy that I was over there when the excitement of the Olympic Games is here in London, I was giving a talk to...

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Virgin Atlantic

I recently flew across to Vancouver with Sir Richard Branson on his new inaugural Virgin flight path from London Heathrow to Vancouver. It was a celebratory weekend spent in Whistler and Vancouver taking part in many activities in this wonderful area of the world. I hadn?t been back to Vancouver ...

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Olympic Torch

Having represented Great Britain for the past 10 years in the winter sport of Skeleton, I have recently decided to retire. This past weekend has made me realise how proud I am to be British and to have represented this great country in many World Cup races, World Championships and at the Olympic ...

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Royal Jubilee

I am so proud to be British, what an amazing Jubilee weekend we have all had! Wow what a spectacular event that has been put on to celebrate the Queen's 60th year on the throne. From the pageant down the river Thames on Saturday, to the concert on Monday evening outside Buckingham Palace, and now...

Announcing Retirement

Amy Williams MBE has announced her retirement from Skeleton Bobsleigh with immediate effect. The current Winter Olympic Champion, 29, decided to call time on her glittering career after being troubled by injuries and therefore struggling to maintain her position at the pinnacle of her sport.

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Bath Half Marathon

Last month it was the Bath Half Marathon, an amazing event that takes place around the whole Roman City. People from all over come and support charities close to their hearts. People of all ages, sizes and fitness levels take part, which is just great to see. I didn?t run, but I was supporting fr...

Exciting New Job!

This New Year I got an exciting new job: I became an Aunty for the first time. I was lucky enough to have been able to meet him the day after he was born back home in Bath, having come home early after a race, so was able to get in my first cuddle, a big congratulations to my brother and Sarah hi...

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New World cup track La Plagne

La Plagne is an interesting track, new to most sliders as the last world cup race here was in 2002, before I even knew what skeleton was! It's good as everyone is on a even playing field, apart from a a few athletes that were in the ICC race here last year. So far all is going well. The track is ...

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First snowman of the winter

Today I really wanted to build a snowman, we have had constant snow for three days here in La Plagne, so it felt only right to have a little fun, So Richard (team manager), Kay (physio) and I decided to make one...."Alan" was born!!

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Top Gear Live show

The week after selection races I went home for a few days, these were quickly filled up with packing/unpacking but also I was involved in the Top Gear live shows in Birmingham. What great fun, as always, I was in part of the show where a race track had been made up for all different makes and mod...

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World Cup Race #1

It?s the start of the skeleton world cup season. The first race was yesterday in Igls, Austria.I was really happy with my self and my performance especially with my push times which were both 3rd fastest. It was then a shame that I didn?t seem to be able to hold onto this position by the time I w...

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BT Olympic Ball

I attended the BT BOA Olympic ball that took place this year at Kensington Olympia on the 7th October in London, it was the biggest event so far with over 2500 attending. The month before I had been part of a photo shoot to promote the ball up in the BT tower in London, what great views we all ha...

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Start of the winter season 2011-12!

I am writing this blog to you from a little log cabin in Lillehammer, Norway, it sounds rather romantic, I am sure your all thinking along the lines of big sofas, log fires, hot chocolate and being all snuggled up warm? but disappointingly it is far from that! For starters I can hardly see the ke...

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Winterberg Selection Race

This year the British selection races are both in Germany, on two different tracks: Winterberg and Altenberg. We will all race and our results will be given points, added up and then the teams selected for the season, deciding who will be on the World cup, Intercontinental and Europa cup teams.