Callum Hall, former St. Mary's pupil finishes in seventh place at the Commonwealth Games

Callum represented England in the Para-sport Athletics - Men's T54 Marathon.

Callum, from Yeadon, attended St. Mary's Menston between 2003–2010. At just 20 years of age, Callum was diagnosed with having a rare infection called an epidural abscess on his spine.

We are very proud of this inspirational young man who is living out the St. Mary's values.

“The commonwealth games went really well for me, it was an incredible experience to be involved in my first major games representing England and this is something I can build on to come back fitter and stronger for my next major games. Watching my wife (Jade) win a gold and bronze medal and having the honour of being the first para athlete to be flag bearer for Team England is something I will never forget, seeing Jade’s success along with the support from her, my coach Ian Thompson, family and the local community is something which really helps to push you on.”
— Callum Hall, international athlete and former St. Mary's Menston pupil

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