Chloe Rogers Helps Open Paralympic Event

The 2012 Hockey Bronze Medallist visits Benfleet

Chloe Rogers, one of the Bronze Medal winners in the 2012 London Olympics Women’s Hockey Team, visited King John School Benfleet on Saturday 25th August 2012 to help open the Essex Paralympic Event.

She spoke at the opening ceremony and then spent a considerable time speaking with people, answering questions, and posing for photographs. She also gave an interview with the Benfleet Archive and discussed her medal with members of the Archive.

A further page on this event, together with a photo gallery may be viewed by clicking on the links.

Chloe Rogers and her Bronze Medal
Christine Coley
Chloe Rogers speaking at the opening
Phil Coley
Chloe Rogers speaking with County Councillor Steve Castle while an Essex Ambassador looks on.
Phil Coley
Dignitaries pose with the Paralympic Flame
Phil Coley
Chloe posing for photographs
Christine Coley
Chloe posing with Jenny from the Benfleet Archive
Phil Coley
Chloe Rogers describing her Olympic experience
Essex star Chloe Rogers describes what life has been like since winning the Bronze Medal to Phil Coley of the Benfleet Archive. (1 min 30 secs) (Photo: Ronnie Pigram)
Chloe Rogers talks about her Medal
Chloe describes her medal and the problems of getting it engraved to members of the Benfleet Archive. (1 min 6 secs)

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