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Q&A with David Beckham at Tudor’s event in Amsterdam

David Beckham is one of the world’s best known football players. After a fruitful two-decade career, he retired from the sport in 2013. With three major clubs and 115 selections in the English football team, 59 as captain, he left his mark: 6 England Championship titles, 2 Major League Soccer cups, one time Champion of Spain and one time UEFA Champion.

Beyond philanthropy and football, David Beckham has worked his way up to the status of much more than a legendary player. Facing the fear of what comes after a sports career and building on his ambition, he established himself as a global style icon. In 2017 he became the ambassador of Tudor, a brand known for having pioneered now major trends within the watchmaking industry.

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Chat with Race Imboden

Race Imboden is a two-time team Foil Fencing bronze medalist. He made his international competition debut at the age of 14 when he won a Bronze medal at the 2010 World Fencing Championships. Off the mat Race spends his time directing and writing. His modern-day Renaissance Man outlook on life makes you even more willing to join him as he makes the change he wants to see in the world.

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Tom Daley, the Olympic Champion

Tom Daley is an Olympic gold medalist and double world champion diver. Aged 13, he became the youngest European diving champion. He has 4 Olympic medals and is Britain’s most decorated diver of all time. After photos of Tom knitting in the stands at Tokyo Olympics circulated the Globe, he launched his own knitting label ‘Made With Love’ in November 2021. Tom released a coming out video on YouTube in December 2013 and is a big advocate for human rights. After the Olympics he said it was his mission for countries that have anti-LGBTQ+ and anti women laws not  to be able to host major sporting events.

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MotoGP: Catalunya 2021

On Sunday’s race Miguel Oliveira returned to winning ways thanks to a perfect performance in a scintillating Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya, as just 0.175s splits the race winner and second place Johann Zarco at the finish line. Jack Miller was promoted to P3 at the end of the race on front of World Championship leader Fabio Quartararo.