Elite edge of the Olympic winners

10th August 2012 at 01:00

Too many of Britain's top sportsmen and women were educated privately, the country's Olympic chief has said. Lord Moynihan said it was unacceptable that more than 50 per cent of medallists at the Beijing Olympics came from independent schools. He said it meant half of Great Britain's medals came from just 7 per cent of the population.

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