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NU kids on the £20m starting blocks

Norwich Union is backing UK athletics with a five-year £20m sponsorship deal which covers the British team and major domestic televised meetings.

More than £4m will be invested in grassroots development initiatives to encourage young people into athletics.

Pictured at the Thames Valley Sports Centre, Eton are (left to right): Philip Scott, Chief Executive of Norwich Union Life, Marvin Robinson of Slough Grammar, UK decathlon world championship silver medallist Dean Macey and Katharine Merry, UK 400m runner.

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