The Olympic Legacy: How London 2012 changed the women's game
From Debs Storey on June 11th, 2014
Arsenal and England defender Casey Stoney and Director of the National Game and Women’s Football Kelly Simmons discuss how London 2012 changed the women’s game.
Panel introduced by Professor Wyn Morgan and chaired by Dr Eleanor Forward.
The afternoon also featured a training session for local teams. This was run by Andrew Leigh and Emma White from Nottingham Forest Ladies and Kevin Sanders and Jamie Thompson from Nottinghamshire Football Association.
This event was held on the 29 May 2014 as part of the Diversity in Sports series of events organised by the Equality and Diversity department at The University of Nottingham.
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