Ten years on from London 2012 nearly half of Londoners forced to cut back on exercise as cost of living crisis bites
Ten years on from London 2012 nearly half of Londoners forced to cut back on exercise as cost of living crisis bites.
"It's not about participation numbers, it's about the outcome those numbers drive" - says Tim Hollingsworth OBE
An active nation is the key to getting more people playing sport - Tim Hollingsworth OBE.
Sport Tech Hub by London Sport launch new podcast series: Talking Sport & Tech
Sport Tech Hub, established by London Sport, are thrilled to announce their new podcast series, Talking Sport & Tech.
Latest Sport England data shows London's activity levels yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels
New data from Sport England’s Active Lives survey shows activity levels in London have not yet recovered to their pre-pandemic levels.
London Sport staff complete Deaf Awareness training
London Sport staff gained valuable insights into removing barriers and preventing discrimination by taking part in a Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language course ahead of this week’s Deaf Awareness Week.
How to plan and measure the impact of your projects: advice from London Sport Consultancy experts
London Sport Consultancy is offering a free webinar on project planning and impact measurement in the physical activity and sport sector on Tuesday 29 March, 10-11.30am. Ahead of the webinar next week, we’re sharing a preview of what you can expect to learn from the free session, hosted by London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley.
2021: London Sport’s Year in Review
2021 has been a year of varying restrictions due to covid-19 but the commitment and dedication of the sport and physical activity remained undimmed we have seen, once again, the incredible impact of the capital’s grassroots physical activity and sport sector united in keeping Londoners active. Here, we look back at London Sport’s most memorable moments of 2021.
Active Lives: Community ensures figures on activity levels are brighter than we feared
Strategic Relationship Manager Lorna Leach looks at how the capital's communities are the hidden treasure within the sport and physical activity and why London Sport works so closely with them.
New London Sport research helps providers better engage with women in East London
Physical activity providers in East London have begun using new insight from London Sport to develop their offering and improve engagement with women and girls in East London.
New Active Lives data shows impact of covid-19 on Londoners’ activity levels
Sport England’s latest Active Lives Survey shows the impact of the first eight months of coronavirus on Londoners’ activity levels.
Lessons from the pandemic will make London Sport Consultancy services more relevant and higher quality
Business Development Manager Jennie Rivett looks at how London Sport's consultancy services have adapted to support the sector throughout the pandemic and the opportunities that lie ahead for sport and physical activity in 2021.
2020 Review of the Year
The year 2020 will be one to remember. There have been challenge but also, positives. At London Sport, we have seen, once again, the incredible impact of the capital's grassroots physical activity and sport sector unite to keep Londoners active. Here, we look back at London Sport’s memorable moments for 2020.
How our digital marketing expertise has taken huge strides forward in 2020
London Sport's Digital Marketing Lead Chris Norfield takes you behind the scenes of our recent Digital Marketing work with Sport England and Our Parks as he reflects on a busy few months of supporting specific audiences on taking that first step towards a more active lifestyle.
London Sport joins with AudienceNet to investigate women's perceptions of physical activity
London Sport are linking up with research agency AudienceNet to learn how physical activity and sport is perceived, delivered and led by women in some of the most ethnically diverse areas in East London.
New Active Lives data shows impact of covid-19 on London's activity levels
The most in-depth picture yet of the impact of lockdown on Londoners’ activity levels has been published by Sport England with the release of their Active Lives Survey.
Research and insight puts us into someone else's shoes and increases understanding
Senior Insight Officer Laura Green explains how research and insight informs London Sport work and how it can be a useful tool to empower under-repesented communities, getting their voices heard by decision-makers across the capital.
Why now is the time to celebrate Black coaches and recognise they still need our support
Senior Insight Officer Josef Baines looks at what the research from Sport England tells us about the participation rates of Black people on and off the field as we begin our Black History Month celebrations.
London Sport research and funding to tackle inactivity in Sutton schools
New insights from London Sport will be used by ten schools in Sutton to help young people find and enjoy new activities so they can enjoy healthier and happier lives.
London Sport and PAI Health join forces to introduce Londoners to Personal Activity Intelligence – a ground-breaking digital app and new health standard in physical activity
London Sport and PAI Health, a leading global health software company, have today announced a new research project called the #mostactivecity programme to test the impact of the innovative PAI (Personal Activity Intelligence) fitness tracking app on the physical activity levels of everyday Londoners.