Expired Win an iPhone 7 by voting for your sporting hero of July

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You could win an iPhone 7 by simply voting for your sporting hero of July, courtesy of Lion Trust. The contenders for the July sporting hero are cricket player Anya Shrubsole, world record swimmer Adam Peaty, and Tour de France champ Chris Froome.

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This was posted 4 months ago 11th August 2017 and expired 4 months ago 14th August 2017.

How

Place your votes for who you deem the sporting hero for July and you could be the lucky winner of an iPhone 7. Enter your vote and provide your contact information on the entry form on The Telegraph website to stand a chance at winning.

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