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It was established in August 2013 as a free to access news-line on all things happening in Community Sport. It was set up as a small contribution to the legacy of London 2012 which inspired us all and will live long in our memories.

Nearly five years down the track there are now a number of other respected sporting news offerings online, so we thank you for your readership and support which has extended to over 200 countries, and wish you all well in your ongoing efforts to help create a fitter, healthier sporting nation.

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The News in Brief

Registration open for Women on Wheels
Following the success of recent years, the hugely popular Women on Wheels (WoW) event will return to Bury St Edmunds for the fourth year in 2017, and registrations are now open.
To find out more or to register, please click here

Suffolk Sport: Health partnership to benefit young people with disabilities
An innovative sports health partnership, piloted to offer children with disabilities the chance to exercise together and socialise, has been so successful there are calls for further exercise classes to be established.
Read more here

Activity levels of children across the globe
Report cards on the physical activity of children and youth across the world have been released revealing how countries compare in getting their youth active.
Read more here

The #BigThankYou2016
Sports volunteers will be in the spotlight once again at BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2016 through #BigThankYou – the UK's biggest celebration of sports volunteers.
Read more and find out how to nominate

Sported appoints Tom Burstow as Deputy Chief Executive
Sported is delighted to announce the appointment of former Unicef UK’s Head of Sport, Tom Burstow, in the newly created post of Deputy Chief Executive.
Read the whole article here