Henry Williams - VP for Sports

Henry Williams
VP for Sports
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Henry Williams is a recent graduate in Business Economics from Bangor Business School. He has been elected to serve as your VP for sport for the 2019-2020 Academic Year.

He is a local lad who grew up in Benllech on Anglesey before moving to Bangor for his teenage years. Henry is a clearing success story, after not achieving what he wanted in A-levels he chose to stay local and come to the Bangor University. After a successful campaign with the popular catch phrase ‘Here with Henry’, he was elected to be the president of the Athletic Union.

Henry is a keen rugby player and captained the Men’s Union team in his final year having played religiously throughout his three years at University. He is passing on his skills and knowledge learned from playing rugby by helping coach the Women’s Rugby Union team and aims to get them promoted at the end of the season. He lives and breathes all things sport.

As Vice President for Sports, Henry is focused on student welfare in sport, with the introduction of the AU Sports Therapy Clinic. As well as this he intends to increase the contact time between the AU and the 63 clubs by increasing the frequency of development meetings/drop ins to ensure progress is being made throughout the year by all clubs. As part of the AU becoming more visible Henry and the Sports Club Assistant Richard will be producing a miniseries each week where they try every sport on offer at the University and go head to head with each other. As a result of this all students should be seeing a lot more of Henry throughout the year.

For more information, you can contact Henry at henry.williams@undebbangor.com, or by calling into the Students’ Union. He is happy to meet with any student from any club to ensure the AU is doing the most for you.

Wed 30 Oct 2019

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