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16 August, 2022

Holly Bradshaw - Breaking the Pole Vaulting myth

In this weeks Outside & Active Podcast Dom speaks to Holly Bradshaw, one of the UK’s most successful Pole-Vaulter of all time. They talk about the world of Pole Vaulting and crush some of the common myths people often think about the sport.

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This week on the Outside & Active Podcast, Dominic Brown speakers to Holly Bradshaw

Holly has competed in three Olympic finals winning a richly deserved bronze medal at Tokyo 2020. She has also won a European Indoor gold medal and represented Team GB in multiple global championships.

In addition Holly is the UK record holder at 4.90m and has a staggering 13 national titles to her name. Outside of competition Holly recently achieved an MSc in Sport & Exercise Psychology.

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