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David Moorcroft accepts new role as charity ambassador

By Helen Thomas, Coventry Telegraph

1952 days ago   Article ID# 1462137
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COVENTRY, U K (Coventry Telegraph) - Olympic athlete David Moorcroft has backed a charity which supports sports projects in the West Midlands.

He has become a regional ambassador for Sported.

The charity gives business advice to voluntary and community sports groups as well as providing £200,000 of funding for groups in the region.

David said he was delighted to become a regional ambassador.

He said: “Sport has a huge potential to help individuals and communities develop and the focus that Sported has of developing people from disadvantaged communities through sport and physical activity is one that I fully support.”

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Updated 1952 days ago   Article ID# 1462137

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