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Broadcasting code of conduct delivers £125m boost for grassroots sport
Grassroots sport in the UK has received a cash injection of £125m, as a result of the voluntary code of conduct on the broadcasting of major sporting events.
SALTEX 2017 visitor profile revealed
After an independent audit confirmed a record-breaking SALTEX attendance at the NEC, the show’s visitor survey has now revealed a fascinating insight into the 8,909 who attended.
Seahawks to play Raiders in first NFL game at new Spurs stadium
The first NFL game to be hosted at Tottenham Hotspurs’ new stadium will be the Seattle Seahawks against the Oakland Raiders on 14 October.
First pitches laid at £4.9m sports park near Horspath, Oxford
THE first pitches have been laid at a new £4.9m sports park near Horspath which is on course to open in the summer.
New Year Honours 2018: Sports leaders and stars recognised
A host of business leaders from the world of sport have been recognised alongside winners from the field in the New Year Honours list 2018.
Schools should teach PE daily to boost children's brains, say researchers
Physical education should be taught in schools on a daily basis to help improve academic performance, a study has concluded.
Birmingham named host city for 2022 Commonwealth Games
Birmingham has officially been named the host city of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, beating competition from Kuala Lumpur, Victoria (Canada) and Australia.
AFC Wimbledon get green light to build new Plough Lane stadium
We’ve taken a giant step towards going home to Merton, in a new stadium and as a Football League club
– Erik Samuelson, chief executive, AFC Wimbledon
Sheffield United reveal plans for South Stand extension
This is very much about looking ahead following our promotion to the Championship and potentially a place in the highest tier of the English game – Andrew Birks, chief operating officer, Sheffield
Study examines impact of physical activity and sport in offender rehabilitation
"Prisons are extraordinary, often violent and grim places, and for many the opportunity to visit the prison gym, take part in sport - and generally let off some steam - is a critical aspect of copi