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Gazette column: Girls' school sport needs better provision. Now.

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about sport for girls in schools and how, if we want them to participate given the dire recent participation statistics, better proven needs to be made. 38 more words

Column

The Minister and the ‘F’ word!

One word can make all the difference. The ‘F’ word used by the Sports Minister, Helen Grant yesterday certainly caused a storm into what was otherwise a good news story about trying to attract more women, and particularly girls into sport. 795 more words

Sport & Fitness

Being socially responsible in sport

Governance, transparency and sustainability seem to be the buzz words these days in the corporate world. With increasing amounts of stakeholders involved in the ecosystem of every business, there is greater demand and pressure on the organizations to report on what they do for their shareholders and how they do it. 1,263 more words

Sports Marketing

The Epic Paralympics of London 2012

The perception of what is possible has dictated what we believe to be beautiful. The human body, as a vehicle for intense athletic activity, is deemed to have reached its maximum potential (that which is most beautiful) if it is able to compete at the Olympic Games. 1,496 more words

Athlete Development

Somersham's sporting stars shine in 'Inspiring Cambridgeshire' film

A film by Peter Harmer, made on behalf of Cambridge County Council, features some of Somersham’s sporting stars.

The 25 minute film, called ‘Inspiring Cambridgeshire… 64 more words

Carnival 2012

PSC & POC reaching out to LGUs

Last February, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) along with the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) asked for the support of the Local Government Units (LGUs) in strengthening sports development programs.  592 more words

Sports

London 2012: Olympic Games will not improve mass participation in sport

(July 27, 2012, Play the Game) – JUSTIFYING multi-billion Olympic spending by claiming that the Games in London will inspire more Britons to participate in sports may be plain wrong, reveals a new study.  238 more words

London 2012