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Words of positivity from Alex Thomson

by Alex Thomson Racing 18 Apr 07:56 BST
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This week, Alex joined Title Partner HUGO BOSS to share his advice on managing isolation, turning negatives into positives, and making the very best of being at home.

Part of the #BOSStogether campaign, Alex - along with other well-known faces from the worlds of sport, fashion and lifestyle - hopes that, through sharing his own insight, he can help people around the world to stay strong, stay positive and stay motivated.

For more information visit the Huge Boss website.

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