Podcast - Standing On the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before.
In the third episode in the series related to the ‘Sporting Heritage of Disability and Women’s Sports’ project – supported by Sport England – Russell Todd is joined by five-times Olympian, multiple World Champion rower and Sporting Heritage Ambassador Frances Houghton MBE, and Katherine Robson, assistant curator at the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames.
We discuss the role and value of sporting heritage to the rowing community and wider sporting family. Focusing on the relationship between Frances and the museum and what lessons can be learnt by the national governing bodies of sport and those actively engaged in competitive sport about how they regard and engage with their own collections and sporting stories.
For more information about the ‘Sporting Heritage of Disability and Women’s Sports’ project visit the Sporting Heritage website: www.sportingheritage.org.uk/content/cat…do/projects
Or listen to the project team talk about what the project hopes to achieve in this podcast
Also watch Frances Houghton recall her memories of standing on the podium at the Athens 2004 Olympics in #yoursportingstory
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Facebook – en-gb.facebook.com/riverandrowingmuseum/
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Or visit its website at www.rrm.co.uk
International Rowing Gallery – www.rrm.co.uk/visit/galleries/rowing-gallery/