TV presenter Kirsty Gallacher explains why Cardio Tennis is a fun way to get fit for everyone and invites you to find out for yourselves this weekend.
In his second blog for DCMS, British Cycling President Brian Cookson OBE looks back at this year’s British cycling success and the positive effect this is having on the sport.
The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on Wednesday set out the Government’s plans for a further £6.6bn package of savings to be found from public spending over the next two financial years. And the idea, of course, is that these savings will contribute to a £5.5bn package of investment in infrastructure, and to contribute further to growth.
Lucy Moorhouse, fundraiser for The Grace Eyre charity, explains how Sport England’s £10.2 million boost for disability sport will help her organisation create new and exciting opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
One of the key legacy ambitions from London 2012 was to get more people playing sport – something that no other host city has managed to do.
Rob Turner, manager at Grant Thornton with 10 years evaluation experience, considers what the recently published meta-evaluation can tell us about the impacts and legacy of the Games.
Andy Parkinson, director of Consilium Research and Consultancy Limited explains how CASE can help shape decision making as part of modernising library services.
The London 2012 Games may be over, but the achievements of the Olympians and Paralympians are continuing to inspire people to take up sport. Derek Peaple, headteacher of Park House School in Newbury, Berkshire, explains how his school is making the most of that inspiration to get children involved in sport.
It was a privilege to be at the opening of the FA’s National Football Centre, St George’s Park, in Burton-Upon-Trent on Wednesday in what was a big day for football in this country.
Martin Austin, chair of the Derby Wheelblazers reveals the impact of ‘the London 2012 effect’ on wheelchair basketball.