Goldie Sayers



Goldie Sayers was originally known as Katherine, however she decided that naming herself after the actress Goldie Hawn would be a better idea. She is one seriously talented sportsperson and Olympic speaker.

Goldie was an under-11 national table tennis champion, played hockey, netball, and tennis at county level. Whilst she was good at many things, there was one particular sport she excelled at, as a javelin thrower she found her true calling. During her time with the sport she set British records, was the captain of the GB women’s under-20 team and became the first British woman to throw over 65m since javelins were redesigned. In 2007 she set the record at 65.05m and at the Glasgow Grand Prix she beat the European and world champions of the time with a throw of 63.59m.

Between 2003 and 2007, Goldie won five national titles – she now has 10 British titles to her name – while internationally the Olympic speaker came fourth in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing with an incredible throw of 65.75m (which was a new British record). She also came fourth at the 2012 European Championships in Helsinki and in the same year she made another record-breaking throw – this time a staggering 66.17m – at the London Grand Prix Diamond League meeting.

Goldie’s other claims to fame include carrying the Olympic Torch in Lincolnshire in 2012 and having a father – Pete Sayers – who was a popular bluegrass musician. Also, the Olympic speaker – who has the nickname The Suffolk Slinger – has a Masters and First Class Honours degree in Sport and Exercise Science.

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