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  • UK Sport looks to the future

    Date 26/02/2002

    It may only be just over 24 hours since the Olympic flame was extinguished in Salt Lake City, but UK Sport today announced that it is already making plans for Turin 2006.

  • Curlers stress value of Institute support

    Date 22/02/2002

    Rhona Martin, the newly-crowned women's Olympic Curling champion, today explained how cutting edge technology had a major part to play in the British team's dramatic gold rush.

  • Martin skips curlers to Gold in Salt Lake

    Date 22/02/2002

    The women's curling team, led by skip Rhona Martin, won Great Britain's first Gold medal at a Winter Olympics since 1984 with victory over Switzerland in a dramatic final on Thursday.

  • Alex Coomber wins Team GB's first medal

    Date 21/02/2002

    Alex Coomber won Britain's first medal in Salt Lake after finishing third in the Bob Skeleton on day thirteen of the Games. The women's curling team are assured of at least a Silver after making the final.

  • The first seven years of Lottery funding

    Date 08/01/2002

    A new DCMS report examining the enormous impact that the National Lottery has had on sport at all levels since tickets first went on sale seven years ago has been released.

  • Sports science boost for British sport

    Date 13/12/2001

    Sports science support available to Britain's leading athletes and coaches will be improved following an agreement between the UK Sports Institute and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science.

  • UK Sport welcomes funding review

    Date 11/09/2001

    UK Sport Chairman Sir Rodney Walker today welcomed Dr Jack Cunningham's report into the funding of elite sport and promised that his organisation would approach the report's recommendations with an open mind.

  • Key figures react to Beijing decision

    Date 13/07/2001

    The British Olympic Association has welcomed the IOC's decision to award Beijing the 2008 Olympics, and has said it will continue to investigate the possibility of bidding for the 2012 Games.

  • £23m award for English Institute

    Date 05/07/2001

    Sport England have announced an award of up to £23,540,000 for the English Institute of Sport Sheffield project. This multi-sport facility forms part of the UK Sports Institute network.

  • £1m scientific support for UK Athletics

    Date 25/05/2001

    A one million pound four-year plan was unveiled this week by UK Athletics to give the UK's leading athletes unprecedented scientific support through to the 2004 Olympic Games and beyond.

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