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Michael Rice takes part in World Corporate Games 2014

Michael Rice, Projects and Fan Liaison Officer at the Centre for Access to Football in Europe took part in the 2014 World Corporate Games held in Liverpool. The Corporate Games are the world’s largest corporate multi-sport festivals open to everyone and to every size and kind of organisation. The 1st World Corporate Games was held in San Francisco in 1988 and over 170 Games have been held in great cities around the world since then.

All sports, individual and team, are open equally to women and men with competition based on age. The Games encourages participation regardless of ability. The youngest competitor to date is 8 and the oldest 87.


Michael was participating in the dragon boat racing event to raise money for Everton in the Community – a charity that delivers a range of programmes to promote health, education, social inclusion and equality of opportunity across Merseyside using the power of sport.

He exceeded his fundraising target by reaching £125.

Well done Michael!