Olympian James Fair visits King's
King's welcomed James Fair to School on Monday. James was King's Fourth Olympian to compete in the London 2012 Olympics but was unfortunately unable to visit with the three Olympic Rowers earlier this term. James has 140 caps for Great Britain and England, the most capped hockey player and was the goalkeeper for the GB team in London. The men's hockey team came in fourth place after a tournament with some highs and lows.
James spent the day visiting the Junior School, giving two assemblies, coaching three hockey sessions and touring the School. James was a pupil at King's from aged 8 when he joined the Junior School and left after Sixth Form in 1999. James said he really enjoyed his time at King's where he played a whole range of sports including cricket, football and athletics. He urged the pupils to embrace the myriad of opportunities available to them at King's and in particular team sports.
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