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Dr. Edwin Moses to Keynote Sport Can Change Lives Forum

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Laureus World Sports Academy Chairman and double Olympic gold medalist Dr. Edwin Moses is in Hong Kong to attend the Sport can change lives forum, presented by Operation Breakthrough.

The forum will today be staged at the Hong Kong Sports Institute and brings together Hong Kong and international sporting legends to exchange inspirational ideas on how sport can make a real difference in young peoples lives.

 Dr Edwin Moses is one of the true legends of athletics and held a record widely regarded as one of the most dominant reigns in world sport as he went nine years nine months and nine days unbeaten over the 400 metres hurdles.

As one of the most influential sportsman in the world, he will attend the forum as keynote speaker.

Dr. Edwin Moses, said, I have been to Hong Kong many times and I am delighted to be invited as one of the keynote speakers for the Sport can change lives forum. I am looking forward to the opportunity to connect with experts and enthusiasts in the Sport field in Hong Kong. I also look forward to meeting some of the top athletes who are also giving up their time to support the importance of sport in young peoples lives, especially as we have a nominee for next months Laureus World Sports Awards, Leung Yuk Wing. Any forum that spreads good positive messages and good practices is worth supporting and I hope the Sport can change lives forum provides not only interesting experience sharing but also a platform for introducing thought and change.

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