London 2012 has unveiled the Paralympic Torch and its coming to Bath The London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) has unveiled the Paralympic Torch to mark six months to go until the start of the Paralympic Games.
Sport Makers gets Chipping Sodbury Running Sport Makers is one of the governments key 2012 Legacy programmes aiming to use the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to inspire the next generation of sport volunteers who will help to make sport happen in the West of England.
Wesport Annual General Meeting – agenda for 29th February 2012 Please find attached the agenda for the Wesport Annual General Meeting being held at 11.30am on Wednesday 29th February 2012.
Help shape the future of sport in England With the Olympic and Paralympic Games fast approaching, sport has rarely had a higher profile in England and Sport England wants to build on this.
World bronze for Girls4Gold's Yarnold Girls4Gold graduate Lizzy Yarnold continued her rapid rise to success today (24 February) and confirmed her place among Skeleton’s elite when she claimed the bronze medal at the FIBT Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Championships in Lake Placid.
Squash star Wright appointed Olympic Sport Makers Ambassador Sue Wright, a Commonwealth Games squash gold medallist, has been appointed an Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympic Legacy Programme Sport Makers.
Graham Taylor: Lancaster and Capello have put coaching in the spotlight Coaches have been thrust into the spotlight in recent weeks. Stuart Lancaster made his competitive debut as caretaker England coach at the Rugby Football Union (RFU) in the wake of England's disappointing World Cup, while the dramatic resignation of Fabio Capello following the removal of John Terry as England captain has led to another Stuart [Pearce] being appointed caretaker coach within England football.
Half price entry for the Big Splash Mile! Don’t miss out on the chance to take part in the world's biggest fundraising swim!
Dress rehearsal organised to test operations for the Olympic Torch Relay Today (21st February 2012) the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) confirms that a full dress rehearsal to test the operations around the Olympic Torch Relay – presented by Coca-Cola, Lloyds TSB and Samsung - will take place on the Leicester to Peterborough stretch of the Relay route on Friday 20 April 2012. The primary objective is to test the convoy, crew and communications procedures in advance of the 70-day Relay, rather than encourage people to line the streets as the convoy passes through communities.
Bristol Big Screen In 2008, Bristol was chosen as one of eight cities to host a Big Screen by the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.