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Could Tax Changes Explain Usain Bolt's First Non-Olympic UK Appearance?

Thanks to current Treasury policy, entering UK pro-sports events could cause top athletes to lose money but this could soon change.

Hydration, shoes, sponsorship, training, diet… tax rules? The last item in that list will not have been weighing heavily on the minds of many runners in the London marathon last weekend.

To read the article in full go to Spear's blog

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