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S2R speak to the London 2012 Chief Executive
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We give an introduction on mentoring new rising young reporters here at s2r.
We were invited to a posh building near West Minister to report on Tessa Jowells evening reception promoting London 2012's Inspire Mark Programme.
Tuesday 26th January – Canary Wharf, London – Supporter to Reporter’s Alice and I set ourselves up to get started and reporting on the Young Leaders Conference. The Young Leaders Programme was officially launched and informs us and the many other attende
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Britain's got Talent winners Diversity talk to us about sport as a lifeline and their excitement for London Olympics
I grabbed a quick interview with London Mayor, Boris Johnson
We decided to take a different angle on how to record our reflections of the three day event
I just interviewed Bill Scherr, Chairman of the board for World Sport Chicago.
I got the opportunity to ask Tessa Jowell, Olympic Minister a question.
I just asked Kelly Holmes a quick question about the role of women in sport.
Earlier today I blogged a quote from Doug, co-founder of the Livestrong foundation, who distinguished the difference between a crowd and a community, the difference being that in a crowd each person attempts to get ahead of others, whereas members of a co
I asked a few delegates what their Beyond Sport pledge is.
I got to interview the director of Globalbike, Kelly D.H Lowry
Projects from around the world that applied for the Beyond Sport awards... Hundreds!
I am currently watching Dame Kelly Holmes tell us about how sport can be used to help and inspire individuals and present the award for Best Project for a Sport Federation or Governing Body, which has just been annouced to be Goal.  A
I got a amazing opportunity of interviewing one of the para-olympic legends, Dame Tanni-Gray Thompson!
I interviewed Verity who works for Unicef
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CNVLD says...
Great blog site you have - keep up the good work and all the best from a wet season Cambodia - Chris
08 July 09
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CNVLD says...
Dear Beyond Sport attendees

Thank for your continued support and interest in Cambodia’s premier sporting Program – The CNVLD: “Cambodian athletes with a disability leading the nation’s sports development

We wanted to let you know that the CNVLD is participating in Global Giving’s Ready, Set, Give – Summer Sports Challenge, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations like ours who use sports to bring positive social change.

From June 23 to July 10, projects generating the most number of donors will be eligible for prizes of $2500, $1500, and $500! You can help us win this challenge!

Every donation helps, and no donation is too small. You can make support to the CNVLD for as little as $10 and make an impact.

Click here to donate: http://www.globalgiving.com/projects/cambodian-disability-sports-development/

The CNVLD and Cambodian athletes with a disability are very excited about this opportunity on Global Giving.

Please share this with your friends and family and ask them to help too!

Thank you,

Christopher Minko; for and on behalf of the CNVLD athletes with a disability of Cambodia



Phnom Penh

8 July 2009
08 July 09
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