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    RETIRING PRINCIPAL’S £1M OLYMPIC LEGACY

    August 30th, 2012

    IT was the end of an era and a beginning of a very special  legacy at Loughborough College today (August 30) as retiring Principal Jim Mutton officially declared the pioneering £1m  Elite Athlete Performance Centre open.

     Mr Mutton, who is leaving the College after 19 years in the post, was flanked by Olympians of the present and past in College student Nicola White, a bronze medallist at London 2012, and ambassador Tommy Godwin, a double bronze winner from London 1948, as he performed the opening ceremony.

     Vice chair of the College governors Ian Nicholson revealed  that Mr Mutton had come up with the original idea for the EAPC  in 1998 before it had really taken off in the last three or four years.

     The EAPC will provide access to world class facilities and educational programmes for 16 to 18-year-olds and is seen as one of the College’s most important legacies from this year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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