Giles Long

Giles Long
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2008


Eve Menezes-Cunningham

When Giles Long MBE was seven years old, he sat his parents down on the sofa and told them “I’m going to got to the Olympic Games and I’m going to win a Gold medal.” They responded, he says, “Probably in the best way imaginable. They didn’t laugh at me. Instead, they said, ‘If that’s what you want to do, that’s absolutely brilliant. There’s only one person who’s going to do the work. We’ll back you up in whatever way we can but all the work’s going to be done by you.’ So that was brilliant. They really threw the challenge out to me. And that was the dream.”...


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