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Editor's letter: Gold events
The UK's sporting infrastructure has never been better and attracting world class events to the UK will help secure their future funding and maintenance at a time when both are under threat
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Thought Leaders: Industry experts share their views
Industry comment from Hugh Robertson, David Grevemberg and John Goodbody
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Industry news:
£113m Emirates Arena opens
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Interview: Mark Sesnan
The MD of GLL talks to us about winning the contract to operate two of the London 2012 Olympic venues – the Aquatics Centre and the Copper Box – and the plans to reopen them for community use
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Legacy: The beyond sport awards
We profile some of Beyond Sport's winning projects from Afghanistan, Haiti and the US – and chart how they actively use sport to achieve positive social change
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Sporting Legacy: Sporting chance
Professor Terry Stevens looks at how South Africa has capitalised on playing host to the 2010 FIFA World Cup - the first held in Africa
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Industry Views: Olympic bounce
Industry experts share their 2012 views with Karen Maxwell and explain how they plan to implement the lessons learned during the Olympic year
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Research: Building on the London 2012 momentum
Geoff Aucock reports on Drivers Jonas Deloitte's research into post-Games sports participation and facility access
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Energy: Ray of sunshine
Renewable Heat Incentive is great news for sports facilities and operators
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New Opening: Plymouth Life Centre
Dawn Tuckwell looks at how the newly-opened centre is working with NGBs to promote fully inclusive participation
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Facility Management: Olympic interaction
Sheffield International Venues facility managers used the hosting of Olympic and Paralympic athletes to inspire the local community. Hannah Johnson explains how
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Research: Driving up sports participation
Amanda Lintott reports on Mintel's research into the value of the London Games as a platform for driving up activity
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Architect's Focus: Top of the pods
Kath Hudson rounds up a selection of NGB's ‘legacy in action' programmes
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Tennis: Everyone for Tennis
How the Dan Maskell Trust is promoting wheelchair tennis. By Gilly English
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Conference Report: Building Partnerships
Chris Cutforth reports on the European Sports Development Symposium
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Natural Turf: Peter LK Dury
Karen Maxwell's Q&A with the industry's award-winning groundsman
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Software: Smooth Operator
How software is transforming the way leisure facilities function. By Abigail Harris
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Play: Building Imaginations
Architectural examples of inspiring play spaces from around the world
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Game on: SAPCA News
The latest news and views from the Sport and Play Construction Association (SAPCA)
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Game on: A tug of war?
Don Earley looks at the government's playing field plans
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Game on: Made in Britain
A look at construction issues post-2012
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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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Product round-up: sport-kit
Product round-up
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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:
Worldwide events listings for leisure professionals
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