Can sport help overcome childhood deprivation?

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Can sport help overcome childhood deprivation?

Former tennis British number one Tim Henman joined six-time Olympian Tessa Sanderson-White to take a closer look at how sport helps young people.

The sporting duo discussed whether sport can really help people overcome childhood deprivation at the Guildhall last night.

England and Great Britain hockey player Darren Cheeseman and Evening Standard Digital Sports Editor Amar Singh joined Headline London to discuss the issue.
 

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