In brief: Hosting Olympic Games in London - research

Hosting the Olympic Games in London may not automatically deliver a sustained increase in sports participation, according to research by the Institute for Public Policy Research and Demos. Despite the successes of past Olympics, their sporting legacy is less clear, the report claims. It argues that the long-term benefits from grass-roots sports participation can only be achieved with more investment and better facilities.

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