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Hamilton condemns racist abuse of England trio

Lewis Hamilton has condemned the racist abuse suffered by three England footballers after the Euro 2020 final, saying it "shows how much work needs to be done" in society to end racism. England lost the final in a penalty shootout to Italy, with England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, who are all Black, missing spot kicks. All three were subjected to racist abuse online and on Monday a mural of Rashford in Manchester was defaced. Hamilton, the only Black driver in F1 history and a seven-time world champion, with a record number of grand prix victories, said society needs to get to a place where Black athletes aren't solely accepted after victories. -English...
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