Why LGBT+ History Month matters to athleteson February 28, 2021 at 10:01 pm

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Swimmer Michael Gunning, racing driver Charlie Martin and rugby union player Florence Williams speak about why LGBT+ History Month matters.

Swimmer Michael Gunning, racing driver Charlie Martin and rugby union player Florence Williams speak to BBC Sport’s Jo Currie about why LGBT+ History Month matters and what sport can learn from it.

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