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August 2017

Lunch with Michael Johnson

August 10

In the week of the world athletics championships taking place in London, we are honoured to be staging a lunch with one of the greatest track and field stars of all time, Michael Johnson. The American superstar helped himself to four Olympic gold medals in the 200, 400 and 4 x 400m relays at the Barcelona, Atlanta and Sydney Games, as well as a "mere" nine world titles. He also held the world records in the 200 and 400m for…

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September 2017

Lunch with Sam Allardyce

September 6

The London Sporting Club prides itself on inviting big names with big stories and big reputations to be their lunch guests so it is entirely appropriate that out first star name from the world of football is Sam Allardyce. Big Sam has been for many years one of the top managers in English football, gaining a reputation for at first making clubs such as Bolton punch way above their weight in the top flight and then, later, being the go-to…

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Business Breakfast with World Rugby CEO Brett Gosper

September 7

The London Sporting Club is proud to present the second in a regular series of intimate business breakfasts with leaders in world sport. Following on from the ICC CEO, David Richardson, we now turn our attention to rugby and Brett Gosper. As Chief Executive of World Rugby and Rugby World Cup Limited, Brett is responsible for the strategic, commercial and business operations of Rugby’s global governing federation. As the sport continues to reach out, engage and inspire participants in record numbers worldwide,…

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November 2017

Lunch with Andrew Strauss

November 14

Nine days before the Ashes series begins in Perth, Australia, England's Director of Cricket and former captain Andrew Strauss is coming to the London Sporting Club to reflect on an astonishing career both on and now off the pitch. Strauss played 100 tests for England, scoring 21 tons in the process, including two during England's epic Ashes win over their greatest rival in cricket in 2005. In total he scored over 7,000 runs in test match cricket during his eight…

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