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sports management 2011 issue 3
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Editor's letter: Riots were a wake up call
Riots have rocked the nation and now that calm has been restored, the analysis begins and hopefully positive change will come.
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Analysis: John Goodbody
Ease of access to the Olympic Games
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News: Industry news
Wolves plans new £6m academy
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News: People news
Moynihan gets further ANOC role
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News: SAPCA update
How the association ensures a supplier fits the bill
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2012 profile: Simon Lillistone
LOCOG’s sport competition manager for cycling
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Interview: Sir Philip Craven
The president of the International Paralympic Committee talks 'equality'
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New opening: Livestrong Sporting Kansas City
Karen Maxwell reports on the charity's unique link-up with the hi-tech stadium
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Sport Survey: Coping with cuts
John Bell looks at the challenges of cuts in public spending and the opportunities the 2012 Games may bring
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Grassroots: Touchdown Football
The British American Football Association on how it plans to capitalise on the expected resurgence in UK interest
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Ask an expert: Sport insurance
Karen Maxwell talks to industry experts on the types of cover available
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Stadia: Rugby World Cup 2011
How the New Zealand hosts have adapted their venues. By Pete Hayman
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Synthetic surfaces: Trends in synthetic turf provision
SAPCA's Mark Freeman offers his views on trends, standards, lifespan and cost
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Tennis: Building on a rising profile
Nick Clowes looks at the strategy behind the LTA's investment into Edgbaston Priory Club's redevelopment
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Non-traditional structures: Sports structures
We round up some of the latest temporary or semi-permanent installations
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Natural turf: Protecting playing fields, improving lives
The causes and effects of the demise of the UK's playing fields and what can be done to protect them. By Alex Welch
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Event preview: FSB
An international event for sports and pool products and services
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Event preview: IOG SALTEX
This outdoor event gives groundkeepers the chance to talk turf and get informed
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Event preview: LIW
New products, services and ideas on how to extend sports participation will be embraced at this year's leisure show
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Sport specific veterans: Staying active
Specific sports conditioning for active veterans by Kirstyn MacRandal
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Play: Top tips on maintaining play equipment
Maintenance issues by Keith Dalton
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Swimming: Making a splash
Kath Hudson on making pools pay
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Sport-kit: Product round-up
New Blakedown pitch for Lancashire college
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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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