We continue our #IWCTalksTo series with a talk to Edwin Moses, Chairman Laureus Sport for Good.
Between 1975 and 1987, American track legend Edwin Moses dominated the 400-metre hurdles and remained unbeaten over the distance in 122 consecutive races. His achievements include two Olympic victories, two World Championships and four world records. Since retiring, Edwin has been a strong supporter of clean sport and the fight against drugs and is Chairman of the United States Anti-Doping Agency. He was Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy for 16 years and works tirelessly for Laureus Sport for Good which currently supports more than 100 sports-based projects around the world which help to improve the lives of young people.