Saturday, 29 December 2012

Essex Chronicle Sports Personality of the Year 2012

Read the full Essex Chronicle article and see pictures from the awards

At the recent Essex Chronicle Sports Awards, Chloe picked up the Sports Personality of the Year award for a second time. The award is voted for by the readers of the Essex Chronicle and Brentwood Gazette and has capped off a great 2012.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Out and About

Olympian Chloe Rogers Visits Clacton Coastal Academy from AET:TV on Vimeo.

If you've seen Chloe out and about and managed to get your hands on the medal, then drop her a comment on the blog or post a picture on the Facebook page, or send her a Tweet.

Monday, 18 June 2012

Recent School Visits

Chloe has been busy visiting schools and helping to inspire and train young people with the London Olympics rapidly coming up.

Recent visits in Essex include Perryfields Infant and Junior Schools in Chelmsford, and the Appleton School in Benfleet (Below).

Chloe has also been to the Prince William School, Oundle in Northamptonshire read about the visit here.

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Saffron Walden Museum in Essex have a special exhibition on until 01/07/2012 about 'Sporting Heroes'.

There is a chance to see Chloe's playing kit from the Beijing Olympics on display along with her 2006 Commonwealth Games bronze medal and many other interesting objects from her playing career.

'It's My Bag' is also on display as well.

For more information about the exhibition on local and national sports stars please visit Saffron Walden Museum.

You can also nominate your favourite sporting person on the website and at the museum.

Friday, 6 April 2012

New Video of Chloe

Students from Essex and Suffolk schools have been involved in making this excellent film about Chloe. It looks at what it takes to be an Olympic hockey player and is a very interesting film, take a look...

Behind The Scenes - Full Version from Offshoot Films on Vimeo.

Saturday, 25 February 2012

'It's My Bag' on Display in Southend-on-Sea

There is a new exhibition on at the Beecroft Gallery in Southend, Essex, of the 'Journey to the Podium' artwork.

A new piece of artwork inspired by Chloe and and entitled 'It's My Bag' is on display for the first time.

Designed and produced by Colchester-based artist, Jacqueline Davies, the piece is made up from items associated with Chloe.

Find out more information about Jacqueline Davies here.

There is also another chance to experience 'Bully' by Tim Skinner, a piece of sound art using the noises from hockey.

The works can be viewed with other pieces showcasing Essex Olympic athletes until 31st March 2012.

During the summer period the artworks will be featured in a special exhibition at the Houses of Parliament.

Open Tuesday to Saturdays, the Beecroft Gallery is opposite Southend's Cliffs Pavilion.

Post a comment if you have been to see the pieces...