Middlesex student and Paralympian Alice Tai. Alice Tai MBE is a Team England swimmer from Poole who swims in the S10 classification. Did you customise your uniform? [4] She won gold in the 50m freestyle and backstroke S10 category and silver in the SB9 50m breaststroke, again beaten by her teammate Amy Marren. Tai competes in the SB9, SM9 and S9. Alice Tai MBE above, is a BCS Alumni. [16][17], In November 2019, Tai was named The Sunday Times’ Disability Sportswoman of the Year. Alice Tai wins Youth Sport Trust Young Sportsperson of the Year award March 23, 2017 Paralympic swimming champion Alice Tai was named the Youth Sport Trust Young Sportsperson of the Year at the British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSA). Alice TAI - Schedule Schedule Time My Time Venue Event Status Fri, 6 Apr 11:41 - Optus Aquatic Centre Women's S9 100m Backstroke Heat 1 Finished Fri, 6 Apr 20:43 - Optus Aquatic Centre Women's S9 … Alice Tai MBE - Reigning Commonwealth and Olympic champion – Para-swimming Alistair Brownlee MBE – Two-time Commonwealth Gold medallist, double Olympic champion and four time World champion - Triathlon BCS WAS A FINALIST FOR AN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS OF THE YEAR AWARD 2020 FOR PERFORMING ARTS, BCS SHORTLISTED FOR PRESTIGIOUS TES SPORTS AWARD IN 2019. She narrowly missed out on the British record, but won England's 100th gold medal for swimming in the history of the Commonwealth Games. She qualified for the 100m Freestyle S9 final, and finished with a silver medal, only just losing out on a gold on the final stretch. At a blistering time of 1:08.77, she was well over three seconds quicker than … Her success with 100m backstroke silver and 400m freestyle bronze in the S10 class in Eindhoven was then followed by her first gold with the British 4x100m freestyle relay 34pt quartet. She has represented Great Britain at European and World Championships and at the Commonwealth and Paralympic Games, winning gold medals at all levels. Tai competes in the SB8, SM8 and S8. [1] On the fourth day of the competition, Tai won bronze in two events, the 100m backstroke S10 and less than two hours later she was part of the 4 × 100 m freestyle relay 34pts that finished third behind Australia and the United States. She has represented Great Britain at European and World Championships and at the Commonwealth and Paralympic Games, winning gold medals at all levels. Alice Tai is an actress, known for Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game (1998), South at Six (1961) … "It's really crazy and it's been really hard not to tell anyone.". [9] She was selected for seven events. She took home a relay gold in the women's 4x100m medley relay and and … A year later, they won 12 golds between them at the London 2019 World Para Swimming Allianz Championships. [1] Tai came seventh in the 50m freestyle[5] and fourth in the individual 100m freestyle, 0.31 seconds outside the medal positions,[6] but finished on the podium in the other three events. [15], In March 2017, Tai was awarded the Youth Sport Trust Young Sports Person of the Year at the Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSAs) held at the London Hilton on Park Lane. The couple are Para swimming superstars, with 14 World Championship gold medals between them, but Tai was taken aback. [3], In the summer of 2014 Tai travelled to Eindhoven with the British team to take part in the IPC European Championships. Tai began swimming at the age of eight joining the Seagulls Swimming Club in New Milton. It was a massive shock, I feel almost like I don't deserve it. Alice Tai has paid tribute to the British team-mates who inspired her to continue swimming, as she was named The Sunday Times’ Disability Sportswoman of the Year. "Swimming is something I do just as a hobby - I just happened to be good at it. Alice Tai, MBE (born 31 January 1999) is a British paralympic swimmer. Tags: Alice Tai began swimming at the age of 9 and has since won several gold medals as well as acquiring a place in the Guiness Book of World Records for fastest 50 m freestyle swim by a female S8 athlete is 28.97 seconds. A post shared by Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) The athletes first met at the Dublin 2018 European Championships where they took four gold medals each. Friendly, happy, welcoming. Meet our golden girl, Alice Tai MBE Profession: Multi-Gold Medallist Swimming champion Age: 21 Hometown: New Milton, Hampshire, United Kingdom Favourite Pizza: Vegan Bee Sting or Vegan Pepperoni Know more: # # Alice Tai nominated for BEDSA March 1, 2017 Swimming News Paralympic champion Alice Tai MBE is nominated for the Youth Sport Trust Young Athlete of the Year award in the upcoming British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards (BEDSAs). Congratulations from eveyone at BCS, it is such a fantastic achievement and recognition for everything you have achieved. At the 2018 European Championships in Dublin, Tai stormed to four European titles, adding to her medal haul from the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia, where she won gold and silver. Alice Tai was sitting outside a café with Italian swimmer Simone Barlaam in Milan when a stranger recognised her and said “hello”. [3], Tai made progress into senior competitions in 2013. She made the finals of three senior events at the British International Disability Swimming Championships. [4] She followed youth success by breaking into the British team after a strong show at the Para-Swimming International Meet in Glasgow. She has represented Great Britain at European and World Championships and at the Commonwealth and Paralympic Games, winning gold medals at all levels. Alice Tai is an actress, known for Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game (1998), South at Six (1961) and 2020 Laureus World Sports Award (2020). Alice Tai has been awarded an MBE for services to swimming. Alice Tai MBE is a Paralympic, World, European and Commonwealth champion who most recently secured a staggering seven gold medals at the World Para Swimming Championships in 2019. (and thanks @photographerhuman for your help)” [13], Tai won the gold in the 100m Backstroke S10 at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Australia. Alice Tai MBE shared a video on Instagram: “my shoulders aren’t thanking me right now” • See 329 photos and videos on their profile. Days. [1] In 2011, she was officially classified as a S10 swimmer allowing her to compete in international competitions. Alice who will turn 18 at the end of January, swam for Team GB at the Paralympic games in Rio during the summer. Registered Office: Bournemouth Collegiate School, College Road, Bournemouth Dorset BH5 2DY. Alice Tai landed two World Para Swimming World Series gold medals on the final night of action in Glasgow, breaking the 50m Freestyle world record in … Alice, a former Bournemouth Collegiate School student, competes in the SB9 and S10 classifications for swimmers with impaired muscle power. [1] She was born with bilateral talipes, (club foot) and before the age of 12 she had undergone 14 corrective operations to alleviate her condition, sometimes requiring a wheelchair for long periods of time during recovery. Tai competes in the SB8 , SM8 and S8. 3,803 Followers, 454 Following, 327 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) [11] She finished her tournament with a gold medal in the Women's 4 x 100-metre medley relay (34pts), along with Claire Cashmore, Tully Kearney and Susannah Rodgers. Medal-winning Paralympic swimmer, Alice Tai MBE recalls her days at Bournemouth Collegiate School D escribe your school in three words. #paraswimming #experiencetheextraordinary #London2019 @britishswimming…” Alice was awarded an MBE for her services to swimming in December of 2016. She said: "I was really surprised - I really wasn't expecting it. Alice Tai, Actress: Sesame Street: The Great Numbers Game. The Ealing swimmer was named British Swimming’s Athlete of the Year and The Sunday Times’ Disability Sportswoman of the Year . A post shared by Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) on Sep 4, 2019 at 12:42am PDT No es consecuencia de malos resultados deportivos, sino todo lo contrario. She was born with bilateral talipes - club foot - and after 14 operations to help her walk her ankles are now fused at a 90 degree angle. Instagram: alice__tai Twitter: alice__tai Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of [10] The following day Tai won her third bronze, finishing very closely behind Poland's Oliwia Jablonska in the 100m butterfly S10. Alice Tai, MBE (born 31 January 1999 in Poole) is a British parasport swimmer. Paralympic athlete Alice Tai, born 31 January 1999, competes for in Swimming [3] In January 2014, Tai was one of four British swimmers selected to compete at the Brazil School Games in São Paulo. Alice is a British parasport swimmer who competes in the SB8, SM8 and S8 classifications for swimmers with impaired muscle … [14], In December 2016, Tai was awarded an MBE for her services to swimming. Paralympian, Rio 2016 Paralympic, World, Commonwealth and European champion. [13] At 2019 London Para-swimming World Championships, Tai bagged six gold medals across six disciplines. Alice Tai relishing Commonwealth Games debut March 29, 2018 Paralympic champion Alice Tai is relishing the chance to meet new people as part of Team England’s Commonwealth Games squad. Alice Tai, (born 31 January 1999) is a British paralympic swimmer. She entered five events, the 50m Freestyle S10, 100m Freestyle S10, 400m Freestyle S10, 100m backstroke S10 and the 4 × 100 m Freestyle Relay 34 Points. In 2012 Tai showed her potential at the 2012 British International Disability Swimming Championships in Sheffield, where she won silver in the Youth final of the NC (Nutella-Classification) 400m freestyle, beaten to gold place by Amy Marren. 290 Likes, 6 Comments - Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) on Instagram: “5. She took home a relay gold in the women's 4x100m medley relay and and individual bronze in the women's S10 100m backstroke. Registered in England No: 11494533. Alice Tai MBE posted on Instagram: “miss you” • See all of @alice__tai's photos and videos on their profile. Tai failed to progress through the heats in the 50m Freestyle S10, 100m Freestyle S10 and 400m Freestyle S10, but finished on the podium in four events. Tai was born in Poole, England in 1999 and grew up in New Milton. 327 Likes, 7 Comments - Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) on Instagram: “3 days to goooo! Alice made her Team England debut at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in Australia where she won gold in the women's S9 100m backstroke and silver in the women's S9 100m freestyle. Tai wins Team England’s 100th ever swimming gold medal at the Games Alice Tai secures another gold for Team England, in a streamlined win in the Women’s S9 100m Backstroke. This is a list of MBEs awarded in the 1946 New Year Honours The 1946 New Year Honours were appointments by many of the Commonwealth Realms of King George VI to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries, and to celebrate the passing of 1945 and the beginning of 1946. [7] She took bronze in the 400m freestyle and silver in the 100m backstroke while along with teammates Stephanie Millward, Susannah Rodgers and Stephanie Slater, she secured gold in 100m freestyle relay. [12], At the 2016 Summer Paralympics, Tai and the team won a gold medal in the 4 x 100 metre medley relay 34 pts, and got a bronze medal in the 100m backstroke S10. She is the 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medallist in the Women's S9 100m Backstroke. 419 likes. To. Go. Tai competes in the SB8, SM8 and S8. Alice Tai has been awarded an MBE for services to swimming. [8], The following year Tai was one of 18 competitors selected to represent Britain at the 2015 IPC World Championships in Glasgow. [1] It was not until the winter of 2010 that her family realised that she could be classified as a disability swimmer. The para-swimmer added another trophy to what has been a standout year, headlined by her seven gold medals at the World Para-swimming Championships in London. — Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) December 19, 2019 Tai broke multiple world records throughout the year and won seven gold medals at the World Para Swimming Championships in London. Alice Tai She broke onto the scene in 2014 with a strong performance at the 2014 IPC Swimming European Championships in Eindhoven, winning three European medals at the age of just 15. Senior, Sports, Sports Academy, News, Creativity     Community     Curiosity     Commitment, Bright Scholar (BCS) Management Limited. A post shared by Alice Tai MBE (@alice__tai) Perhaps nothing indicates this more clearly than hearing that during what should have been the greatest moments of her sporting career to date, the 20-year-old was in fact feeling at her lowest ebb. Alice who will turn 18 at the end of January, swam for Team GB at the Paralympic games in Rio during the summer. Alice Tai MBE. Justamente al mismo tiempo que la joven brillaba en los Juegos Paralímpicos Río 2016 es que … Alice Tai, MBE (born 31 January 1999) is a British paralympic swimmer. [3] She followed this with a third place in the MC 50m Freestyle and a second place in the MC 100m Freestyle at the ASA National Championships in Sheffield. 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