Sports champion returns to old school for official opening of £14m building
Paralympic swimming champion James Crisp returned to his former school today to officially open its brand new £14m building.
James attended Arnold Hill Academy between 1994 and 2001. While studying for his A levels at the school in 2000, he represented Great Britain at the Sydney Paralympics.
He was invited back to officially open the school's new three storey building which boasts a four-court indoor sports hall, 380-person capacity theatre and recording studio.
With 12 Paralympic medals to his name, including three golds, and a host of other world and European titles, James said he was... read more
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