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[12 Jun 2018]
UK Sport launches consultation into elite sport funding
The way elite sport is being funded in the UK could be facing a shake-up, following a consultation into how UK Sport distributes National Lottery money.
[19 Jan 2018]
£125m reinvested back into sport from broadcast revenues
Sports bodies reinvested £125m from broadcast revenues into the long-term development of sport in the last financial year.
[10 Oct 2017]
New Line up at the Federation of European Sporting Goods Industries (FESI)
FESI would like to update its members on its new governance, approved last week 6 October 2017 at the FESI Board meeting
[25 Aug 2017]
Try for Change large grants programme announced
Comic Relief and England Rugby have launched the inaugural large grants programme following the success of the small grants programme launched in February 2017.
[22 Aug 2017]
Chief Trade Negotiation Adviser starts at the Department for International Trade
Crawford Falconer will take up his position as the new Chief Trade Negotiation Adviser for the Department for International Trade (DIT) this week.
[19 Jul 2017]
FESI welcomes EU–JAPAN political agreement on Free trade deal
EU and Japan strike agreement in principle on a free trade deal.
[29 Jun 2017]
LTA makes biggest-ever investment in grassroots tennis facilities
Thousands of community tennis courts across the country will be revamped as part of the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA) largest-ever grassroots investment.
[22 Jun 2017]
Swimming can reduce the risk of death by 28 per cent, says a new study by Swim England
"I used to feel trapped and depressed about my conditions – but going swimming with others with the same problems has made me feel good about myself."
[19 May 2017]
Global Action Plan to promote activity
A draft plan for the development of a Global Action Plan on Physical Activity has been published by the World Health Organization.
[19 May 2017]
Report shows how football boosts girls' confidence
A report has confirmed that teenage girls who play football report higher levels of self-confidence than those who play other sports, further fuelling UEFA's drive to make football Europe's No1 sport for girls.