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Great British holidays partner of Team GB

For many athletes, their dream of competing was put on hold after it was announced that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games would be postponed until the summer of 2021.

The athlete preparations have continued, all be it, a little differently through 2020 and as they get ready compete, we get ready to cheer them on in 2021 as a proud partner of Team GB.

Our passion for sport is at the forefront of what we do, and with a dazzling array of activities and incredible pools across 36 Haven holiday parks, we hope to inspire the next generation of athletes.

Read on to meet our ambassadors and see who has been selected to compete for Team GB in the Olympic Games.


Tokyo 2020 is just around the corner, and it's time to introduce the team's latest coach recruit…. Kerry Godliman.

As part of the Games build up, Team GB Olympians Nile Wilson, Asha Philip and Owain Doull will be put through their paces with some inventive training methods including:

  • Jumping off a 12ft platform

  • Crazy Golf

  • Carb loading


Winning an Olympic medal jumping off a 12ft platform?!

Owain Doull isn't used to getting dropped. Certainly not by Kerry Godliman…


Crazy Climber? Completed.

The newest coach Kerry Godliman puts Asha Phillip through her paces (Well, sort of…)


The secret to gymnastic greatness? Crazy golf apparently…

Before hanging up the leotard, Nile Wilson was only taking gymnastics tips from the best. And Kerry Godliman.

Tom Daley and Nile Wilson

Head to head

There's nothing like a bit of competition between friends, right? Particularly Team GB athletes. Watch Tom Daley and Nile Wilson take on a range of activities at Craig Tara.

From the Crazy Climber in the Lighthouse Harbour Adventure Village to speedy slides at Splashaway Bay, check out how the guys got on as they went head to head!

Who do you think will win?

Meet our ambassadors

Denise Lewis
Denise Lewis - Heptathlete

Denise Lewis OBE is a retired Team GB track and field athlete, who specialised in the heptathlon. She won the gold medal in the heptathlon at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and bronze at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Tom Daley
Tom Daley - Diver

In 2008 Tom Daley became Britain’s youngest ever European gold medallist just shortly before his Olympic debut in Beijing – where he became Great Britain’s second youngest male Olympian, aged just 14.

Nile Wilson
Nile Wilson - Gymnast

Nile Wilson became Team GB's first gymnast to ever medal on the horizontal bar when he secured bronze at Rio 2016.

Will Satch
Will Satch - Rower

Born in Oxfordshire, Will Satch was educated at Shiplake College near Henley-on-Thames where he still rows for Leander Club, one of the oldest rowing clubs in the world.

Desiree Henry
Desiree Henry - Sprinter

Desiree Henry was one of seven who lit the Olympic cauldron at the London 2012 Opening Ceremony after being nominated by double Olympic champion decathlete Daley Thompson.

Owain Doull
Owain Doull - Cyclist

Owain Doull has helped Great Britain win three European team pursuit titles, as well as back-to-back silver medals at the World Championships.

Amy Tinkler
Amy Tinkler - Gymnast

Amy Tinkler was not only the youngest Team GB medallist at Rio 2016, but the youngest member of the entire 366-strong squad.

Vicky Holland
Vicky Holland - Triathlete

Vicky Holland made history at Rio 2016 by becoming the first Team GB athlete to win an Olympic women's triathlon medal and Tokyo 2020 will be her third Olympic Games.