Singing long jumper follows in The Beatles' footsteps

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16 April 2018 15:47:52 - RSS Channel - Regions - Europe

Jazmin Sawyers has her sight set on gold medals and gold discs in her dual life as a long jumper and musician, recording a record at the famous Abbey Road Studios before the Commonwealth Games. Full article on Singing long jumper follows in The Beatles' footsteps

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