British Athletes Commission takes its cue from Athletes CAN

December 2005
FastForward;Dec2005, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p8
The article presents an interview with Pete Gardner, chief executive of the British Athletes Commission. The commission is looking to Canada for ideas as part of its development of an independent athlete advocacy group based on Athletes CAN. When asked about the position of the commission in Great Britain, Gardner says that it is in a situation wherein people are becoming aware of its value. Gardner further says that funding from the lottery is helping the sports sector.


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