A lifetime dedicated to the sport she loved

March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p24
ONE of the abiding memories of our Olympic summer is of a frail old lady swapping gleeful gossip with a group of young athletes. She knew them all and followed their progress with the enthralled attention of one who helped to shape their careers. At that moment, Jean Pickering seemed the happiest woman in London.


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