Source: The Mirror
Dearing, a 24-year-old from Birmingham, will become Britain’s first black female Olympic swimmer when she competes in the marathon event.
Forty-one years have passed since the first male, Paul Marshall, represented GB and, understandably, she would rather be defined by what happens at Odaiba Marine Park than being a trailblazer. Read the full story on The Mirror.
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