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  • UK Sport responds to announcement on Olympic funding

    Date 15/03/2007

    In announcing the revised budget for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics today, the Government has confirmed that UK Sport is excluded from making any additional payment as part of the further contribution from the National Lottery.


    Date 07/03/2007

    UK Sport has "come of age" in its role as the country's lead agency for high performance sport, according to comments made in a recent House of Commons debate on sport.

  • Event Organisers Programme Launched by UK Sport

    Date 26/02/2007

    UK Sport is launching a new development programme for event organisers this week, to ensure that best practice event management skills are shared amongst Britain's sporting event organisers.

  • Talent Transfer in Full Swing

    Date 24/02/2007

    Identification of sporting talent is as much about science as it is an art, which is why the EIS and UK Sport are working together to recruit athletes onto what is known as the Talent Transfer Programme - often referred to as the talent 'swap shop'.

  • We have the talent to succeed in 2012

    23 January 2007

    Today's marking of 2012 days to go until London 2012 rams home the fact that one fifth of our total preparation time has gone

  • 2012 days to go

    23 January 2007

    Tuesday 23 January marks 2012 days to go to the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Games.

  • UK Sport Launches 2006 Annual Review

    Date 11/01/2007

    Just two weeks into the New Year, UK Sport has launched its 2006 Annual Review. The Review looks back over a landmark year for the organisation, which included major changes to the sporting landscape and the success of securing significant extra funds from Government for Olympic and Paralympic sport ahead of London 2012.

  • 2012 must create a true legacy for sport, says Steele

    Date 07/12/2006

    In a speech today at the 'Countdown to London 2012 - How will the Games Deliver for the Country' Conference in London, UK Sport Chief Executive, John Steele, told delegates that it is vital to ensure that the Games leave a long lasting legacy that leads to positive and permanent change.

  • UK Sport announce additions to Performance Directorate

    Date 28/11/2006

    Two new appointments have strengthened UK Sport's Performance Directorate, with Simon Le Fevre joining as Head of Operations and Glenn Hunter due to take up the post of Consultant in Sports Science and Sports Medicine in the New Year.


    Date 04/10/2006

    UK Sport's Chief Executive, John Steele, reports on his experiences from his recent visit to China, where he inspected Olympic facilities ahead of Beijing 2008.

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