Another Gold - Bolt rises to the occasion at his third consecutive appearance at the Olympic Games. On Monday 14th August it took Bolt just 9.81 seconds to reclaim the Olympic Champion title for the Men's 100m.
The first athlete to win three 100m Olympic titles hinted this would be his last appearance, “Two more medals to go and I can sign off. Immortal.” Bolt has the potential to repeat the triple win witnessed in London in the 200m and 4x100m relay.
Don't miss Bolt running his final races of Rio 2016 on Friday 19th August in the Men's 200m.
Sporting Equals exists to actively promote greater involvement by all communities that are disengaged especially the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) population in sport and physical activity. We are the primary driver and funding channel for national and regional programmes in this field.
Our Mission and Aims
Sporting Equals exists to promote ethnic diversity across sport and physical activity, and is the only organisation in the UK to do so. Originally set up in 1998 by Sport England, in partnership with the Commission for Racial Equality, we are now a fully independent body with a well-established mission.
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Key Stats and Facts
Diversity in sport and physical activity is crucially important for reasons of social inclusion and health, as well as for the standard of sporting excellence and the future of local clubs. The statistics demonstrate why the work of Sporting Equals matters.
Rebecca 'Becky' Downie