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Right To Play travels to West Africa

Follow our Scribble Live blog as CBC Sports' Scott Russell joins Canadian Olympians Perdita Felicien and Adam van Koeverden as they chase the meaning of sport through the concept of play on a journey to Benin and Liberia in West Africa.

CBC Sports' Scott Russell, Olympians to see sport and play in purest form

World champion hurdler Perdita Felicien of Canada is on a journey to West Africa with Right to Play, an international humanitarian organization attempting to create a safer and healthier world for children.

Right To Play, an international humanitarian organization attempting to create a safer and healthier world for children, is on a journey to Benin and Liberia, two of the poorest countries in West Africa.

Scott Russell @SportsWkndScott is joining Canadian Olympians Perdita Felicien @perditafelicien and Adam van Koeverden @vankayak on this journey to chase the meaning of sport through the concept of play and see sport and play in its purest form.

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