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  • Equality standards launched

    Date 17/11/2004

    A new framework to help guide sports and community organisations towards achieving equality was launched last week at a conference in London.

  • London 2012 Submits bid

    15 November 2004

    London's bid document for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 is being submitted to the International Olympic Committee today.

  • Lottery takes sport to a new level

    4 November 2004

    Sport in the UK is at a new level thanks to the National Lottery says UK Sport

  • Legacy benefits of staging events

    Date 04/11/2004

    Over 100 delegates attended this week's UK Sport's Major Events Conference where the recurring theme of 'legacy' was prominent among all the key note speakers.

  • Reedie re-elected as BOA Chairman

    4 November 2004

    The British Olympic Association yesterday announced that Craig Reedie had been re-elected as the organisation's Chairman

  • Bitel: Home events key to sporting success

    Date 04/11/2004

    Nick Bitel, Chair of UK Sport's Major Events Steering Group, spelled out the importance of hosting major events on home soil as he opened the 2004 Major Events Conference in London.

  • UK Sport launches Elite Coach

    Date 13/10/2004

    Nine of the nation's most promising coaches came together last week at the start of a journey aimed at placing them on a fast track to coaching excellence.

  • Great success for British Paralympians

    Date 04/10/2004

    The British team returned home last week having secured second place in the final medal tables at the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens. A total of 94 medals were won, including 35 gold.

  • One last medal as Athens says goodbye

    Date 28/09/2004

    Great Britain managed to add one more medal to the tally on the last day of sport at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games. The men's basketball team, under coach Dave Titmuss, beat the Netherlands 82-66 in a solid win to take the bronze medal.

  • Great Britain's Phil Craven opens Paralympic Games

    Date 18/09/2004

    The Greek public flocked to the Athens Olympic Stadium once again last night as a capacity 72,000 crowd watched the International Paralympic President, the UK's Phil Craven, open the XII Paralympic Games.

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