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Ben Norton was born in Nottingham in 1997. He studied at Loughborough Grammar School. In his free time, he likes relaxing, watching movies and TV shows.
- 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017: Peggy Bayer Trophy Selections
- 2015, 2017 & 2019: Junior European Championships
- 2015 & 2018: Young Pair of the Year awards
- 2016 & 2018: Junior World Championships
- 2016 & 2019: Young Player of the Year awards
- 2018: World Youth Team Championships
- 2018 & 2019: Junior Camrose Selections
- 2019: Junior Channel Trophy
- 2019: White House Junior Teams
- 2020: Camrose Trophy Selections:
- 2021: Summer Meeting Four Star Teams winner
- 2022: Open European Championship selections and Bermuda Bowl selections
🎤L’interview de Ben Norton
How did you get into bridge?
I used to play whist with my grandparents around the age of 11. I found that I really enjoyed playing with cards, especially tricky-taking games, and soon learnt to play bridge while at secondary school, mainly by playing a lot at school and at the local club, and by reading plenty of bridge books.
What’s your best bridge memory?
Probably being selected for the England open team for the European Championships of 2020 (which had to be delayed several times due to the pandemic) in partnership with Mike Bell.
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