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sports management 2013 issue 4
Editor's letter: Banging heads together
Will we still be looking wistfully back to 2012 in 10 years time, and wrangling on about legacy? I hope not – it’s time to move on
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Thought Leaders: Improvements made to the CASC system
There should be a warm welcome to the new widespread changes to the tax regulations affecting small sports clubs
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News: A look at the latest industry news
UK Sport and the English Institute of Sport (EIS) have announced a number of changes to the UK’s high performance system as part of a “shared vision” for building a stronger, more sustainable Team GB
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News report: Lack of exercise policy - Child neglect?
A recent article in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has stirred debate after suggesting that the lack of policy to tackle childhood inactivity is tantamount to child neglect. The piece also argues that governments have failed to implement a successful national policy
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Talking point: Lords report
The results of the House of Lords Select Committee on the Olympic and Paralympic Games is out. We speak to industry leaders and find out their views
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Interview: Nick Keller
We speak to the founder of Beyond Sport – a global organisation looking to action social change through sport
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Research: Sports clubs
Andy Reed, chair of the Sports and Recreation Alliance, presents the findings of the latest Sports Club Survey
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Top team: Glasgow 2014
We speak to five key members of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 Organising Committee to find out how they work towards delivering a major event
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Technology: Stadium Technolgy
Tom Walker looks at how stadia are looking to improve match day experiences and fan engagement by investing in high-end technology
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Sustainability: US Open
USTA, organiser of The US Open tennis tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York, has set itself the target of making the event the most sustainable sports tournament in the world. We look at the green initiatives in place at the event
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Grassroots: Rugby League
England co-hosted the Rugby League World Cup this year. The sport’s national governing body, the RFL, is looking to benefit from the increased media exposure to build up grassroots rugby
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Sports trusts: Getting involved
A number of UK leisure trusts are introducing innovative campaigns and programmes for young people and those with physical impairments
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Urban design: The only way is up
A revolutionary new urban sports concept has been launched in Venezuela. We take a closer look at the initiative
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Sports conditioning: Train like a champion
Two former athletes have turned entrepreneurs and introduced a gym looking to offer elite sports conditioning to all
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Natural turf: Putting it right
Tottenham Hotspur groundsman Darren Baldwin was called in to save the day at a pre-season tournament in Hong Kong after the pitch was deemed unplayable
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Artificial turf: Laying it down
A look at some of the latest synthetic pitch installation projects from across the UK
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Game on: Sports Facility Show 2013
A recap on the recent SAPCA Sports Facility Show, held at the Allianz Park in north London – and a chance to find out the latest news from SAPCA member companies
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Sapca Directory:
SAPCA, is the recognised trade organisation for the sports and play facility construction industry in the UK
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78 Product round-up: lighting
A product roundup looking at the latest in the world of lighting, compiled by Sports Management product editor Kate Corney
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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 Dates And Ad Index:
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