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Adams, Tony Alexander, (born 10 Oct. 1966), Founder and President, Sporting Chance Charity Clinic, since 2000; Chairman, SIX Mental Health Solutions, since 2020  

MBE 1999

Founder and President, Sporting Chance Charity Clinic, since 2000; Chairman, SIX Mental Health Solutions, since 2020

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Aga Khan (Iv), His Highness Prince Karim, (born 13 Dec. 1936)  

granted title His Highness by the Queen, 1957, granted title His Royal Highness by the Shah of Iran, 1959; KBE 2004

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Agassi, André, (born 29 April 1970), tennis player  

tennis player

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Agnew, Jonathan Philip, (born 4 April 1960), DL; cricket correspondent, BBC, since 1991  

MBE 2017

DL; cricket correspondent, BBC, since 1991

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Ainslie, Sir Charles Benedict, (Sir Ben), (born 5 Feb. 1977), professional yachtsman; Principal, Ben Ainslie Racing, since 2014  

Kt 2013; CBE 2009 (OBE 2005; MBE 2001)

professional yachtsman; Principal, Ben Ainslie Racing, since 2014

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Ali, Muhammad, (17 Jan. 1942–3 June 2016), former professional heavyweight boxer  

Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Louisville, Ky, 17 Jan. 1942; s of Cassius Marcellus Clay, Sr and Odessa L. Clay (née Grady); changed name on conversion to Islam, ...

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Alington, 1st Baron, (Henry Gerard Sturt) (16 May 1825–17 Feb. 1904)  

Born 16 May 1825; m 1st, 1853, Lady Augusta Bingham (d 1888), d of 3rd Earl of Lucan; one s three d (and two ...

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Allardyce, Samuel, (born 19 Oct. 1954), Manager, Leeds United, since 2023  

Manager, Leeds United, since 2023

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Allcock, Anthony, (born 11 June 1955), Chief Executive, Bowls England, 2008–20  

OBE 2019 (MBE 1998)

Chief Executive, Bowls England, 2008–20

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Allenby, Katherine Fiona, (born 16 March 1974), athlete; sports teacher, Monkton Combe Preparatory School, Bath, since 2016; Fencing Manager of Modern Pentathlon, London 2012 Olympic Games, 2011–12  

MBE 2007

athlete; sports teacher, Monkton Combe Preparatory School, Bath, since 2016; Fencing Manager of Modern Pentathlon, London 2012 Olympic Games, 2011–12

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Alliss, Peter, (28 Feb. 1931–5 Dec. 2020), golfer; television commentator; golf course architect; writer  

golfer; television commentator; golf course architect; writer

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Andrew, Christopher Robert, (Rob), (born 18 Feb. 1963), Chief Executive, Sussex Cricket, since 2017  

MBE 1995

Chief Executive, Sussex Cricket, since 2017

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Anson, Andrew Edward, (born 28 Oct. 1964), Chief Executive Officer, British Olympic Association, since 2019 (non-executive Director, 2011–19)  

OBE 2022

Chief Executive Officer, British Olympic Association, since 2019 (non-executive Director, 2011–19)

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Armfield, James Christopher, (21 Sept. 1935–22 Jan. 2018), DL; Technical Consultant, Football Association and Professional Footballers’ Association, since 1994; Sports Commentator, BBC, since 1980  

CBE 2010 (OBE 2000)

Born Denton, Gtr Manchester 21 Sept. 1935; s of Christopher Armfield and Doris Armfield; m 1958, Anne Ashurst; two s ; died...

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Armstrong, Lance, (born 18 Sept. 1971), professional cyclist, retired 2005, returned to racing, 2009–11  

professional cyclist, retired 2005, returned to racing, 2009–11

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Atha, Bernard Peter, (27 Aug. 1928–22 Oct. 2022), Principal Lecturer in Business Studies, Huddersfield Technical College, 1973–90; Lord Mayor, City of Leeds, 2000–01  

CBE 2007 (OBE 1991)

Principal Lecturer in Business Studies, Huddersfield Technical College, 1973–90; Lord Mayor, City of Leeds, 2000–01

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Atherton, Michael Andrew, (born 23 March 1968), journalist, sports commentator and broadcaster  

OBE 1997

journalist, sports commentator and broadcaster

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Bacher, Dr Aron, (Ali), (born 24 May 1942), Chairman, Right to Care, since 2008  

Chairman, Right to Care, since 2008

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Baddeley, Stephen John, (born 28 March 1961), Director of Sport, University of Bath, since 2010  

Director of Sport, University of Bath, since 2010

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Baden-Powell, 3rd Baron, (Robert Crause Baden-Powell) (15 Oct. 1936–28 Dec. 2019)  

Vice-President, Scout Association, since 1982