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16 April 2019 by Andrew Lawton

Andrew’s London Marathon training update

London Sport is running a series of blog posts on our five chosen runners for this year’s London Marathon. We caught up with Andrew back in February and he’s given us his latest update on his training with the big day less than two weeks away. How has training progressed since we last caught up in

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15 April 2019 by Emily Neilan

Using an Asset-Based Community Development Approach

Increasingly, attention is being paid to the valuable role sport and physical activity can play in assisting social cohesion and community development. This, in turn, has led to a development in the way in which community sport programmes are being approached. Traditionally, sport development programmes have often been delivered as interventions which seek to highlight

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10 April 2019 by Tristan Farron-Mahon

Diverse London – The challenges of engaging distinct population groups

In the first article of this series Diverse London – Research for a Diverse City, I explored diversity in London and set the rationale for undertaking in-depth research into minority populations and other distinct population groups. The overwhelming evidence points only in one direction: physical activity and sport has a fundamental role to play in

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9 April 2019 by Becca Mihill

Tom’s London Marathon training update

London Sport has been running a series of blog posts on our five chosen runners for this year’s London Marathon. We caught up with Tom back in January and he’s given us his latest update on his training with the big day just a few short weeks away. How has training progressed since we last caught up

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2 April 2019 by Andrew Lawton

Katie’s London Marathon training update

London Sport has been running a series of blog posts on our five chosen runners for this year’s London Marathon. Katie spoke to us back in January and we caught up with her again with the big event just a few short weeks away. How has training progressed since we last caught up in January? Quite

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