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Editor's letter: Evangelical about sport
We're not great at self promotion and as a fragmented industry without a proper representative body, we're vulnerable when it comes to making a case for our own survival
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Letters: Write to reply
We need to start exploring the options and making the most of them if school sports facilities are ever going to deliver their full potential.
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Analysis: John Goodbody
The new government's challenges.
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Industry news: £36m Surrey Sports Park opens
A new multi-million pound sports facility - Surrey Sports Park - has opened its doors at the University of Surrey, Guildford, after nearly two years in development.
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2012 profile: Chris Hespe
Kent County Council's head of sport, on creating a sustainable sporting legacy.
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People news: Reddish appointed Disability Chief
Tim Reddish has been announced as the new executive director of British Disability Swimming.
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SAPCA news: SAPCA exhibition dates announced
The Sports and Play Construction Association (SAPCA) will present three Sports Facility Construction events in 2010.
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Interview: Sir Craig Reedie
The IOC official talks to Karen Maxwell about Olympic values.
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Fifa World Cup: Facility focus
We put the spotlight on Johannesburg's Soccercity football stadium.
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Growing the grassroots: Hockey
With the Women's Samsung Hockey Champions Trophy in Nottingham on 10-18 July fast approaching, the EHB highlights its strategic plan for the sport up to 2013 and beyond.
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Synthetic surfaces: SportSURF
Dr Paul Fleming and Dr Colin Young give an update on sports surface research.
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New opening: Scotstoun
Pete Hayman finds out how the redeveloped stadium offers more than athletics.
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Swimming: Free swimming
A year into the government's initiative, Kath Hudson checks on its progress.
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Research review: The benefits of hosting major sports events
Deloitte reports on the lasting legacy of major sports events Chris Gratton gives his verdict.
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Women's cricket: Going large
Tom Walker finds out how the ECB is welcoming this market with open arms.
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Sports conditioning: Golf
Sports scientists advise Vicky Kiernander on how golfers can raise their game.
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Employment: Upskilling the workforce
Crispin Andrews looks at how to obtain the skills to work in the sports industry.
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Tennis: Selling tennis
Kath Hudson on the LTA/AEGON link-up.
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Non traditional structures: Building schools for the future
SAPCA's Dr Colin Young looks at the technical guidance available for schools and LEAs in the building progamme.
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Sport-kit.net: Product focus
Wherever you are in the world, find the right products and services 24/7 by visiting Sports Management's free search engine www.sport-kit.net.
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Indoor flooring: Maintaining indoor sports flooring
Never underestimate the importance of maintenance to sports flooring says Karen Maxwell.
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Play: Playable communities
Susan Pape discusses the highlights of Play England's recent national conference at the British Museum.
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Big screens: Sport's new media age
3D TV, pitch-side ads and club TV.
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Lighting: Temporary lighting solutions
Karen Maxwell checks out Musco lighting rigs at the Winter X Games in Tignes and how Philips' LED lighting allows for night-time sports in South Africa.
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Buyers guide: Ground keeping
An update on grounds keeping products and machinery.
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Directories: SAPCA directory
SAPCA, is the recognised trade organisation for the sports and play facility construction industry in the UK.
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Directories: Sport directory
Be seen by over 5,500 active buyers in the most exciting full colour buyer's guide in the sports industry.
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Diary : Diary dates
2-4 June 2010, Stadia and Arena ExCeL, London, UK.
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