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Annamarie Phelps (1984)

Annamarie is Chair of the British Horseracing Authority, Vice Chair of the British Olympic Association and an Associate Consultant to Safe Sport International, a charity supporting international sports federations to develop and implement safeguarding policies. She currently serves on the IOC Olympic Education Commission and the IPC Legal and Ethics Committee. Annamarie learned to row at LMBC and went on to win the World Championships in Women's Lightweight Coxless Fours and indoor rowing, representing Great Britain at the Atlanta Olympic Games, 1996. She has held leadership roles across many sports organisations and chaired the Independent Review into British Cycling. Annamarie worked as an art dealer for many years, curating and co-publishing several books on Victorian and postwar British design. She is a governor at Latymer Upper School.