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Fight for Peace photos

Wladimir Klitschko (left) and Luke Dowdney

Laureus Sport of Good ambassador Wladimir Klitschko meets Fight for Peace founder Luke Dowdney in Woolwich, East London

Wladimir Klitschko

Klitschko, the IBF and WBO heavyweight champion, chats to local children at the launch of the London branch of Dowdney's charity

Wladimir Klitschko

Klitschko puts a youngster through his paces in the ring - 450 youngsters have already signed up for Fight for Peace in London

Barry McGuigan

Former featherweight world champion Barry McGuigan is a Fight for Peace patron and was also at its official London launch

Youngsters skipping

Youngsters skipping: although Fight for Peace is a registered amateur boxing club, not all the youngsters are expected to box

Wladimir Klitschko

Klitschko imparts his knowledge, although Fight for Peace also offers Jiu-Jitsu and Capoeira as well as education opportunities

Fight for Peace

Fight for Peace began in Rio de Janeiro in 2000 and Dowdney hopes it can be as relevant to youngsters all over London

see also
Laureus Sports Awards photos
03 Apr 07 |  Photo Galleries
Federer wins third Laureus prize
02 Apr 07 |  Sport Homepage
Rio slums blighted by gun crime
21 Oct 05 |  Americas
Rare drop in gun deaths in Brazil
03 Sep 05 |  Americas
UN highlights Brazil gun crisis
27 Jun 05 |  Americas
Brazilians march for gun control
14 Sep 03 |  Americas
Rio 'worse than a war zone'
09 Sep 02 |  Americas

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