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IN THIS ISSUE 4 2011 ISSUE


18 Keen sailor Sir Keith Mills talks Olympic legacy


24 Masterplanning Sochi 2014 is more than stadia design


72 How to create engaging play schemes


4 EDITOR’S LETTER 6 LETTERS


7 JOHN GOODBODY’S ANALYSIS Promoting fair play in sport 8 INDUSTRY NEWS 14 PEOPLE NEWS 15 2012 PROFILE: The BOA’s Mike Hay 15 SAPCA NEWS


18 INTERVIEW Sir Keith Mills talks to Karen Maxwell about Olympic legacy and delivering a new sporting infrastructure


22 EVENT REVIEW: ISEM pmplegacy’s Helen Delany highlights the event’s hot topics


24 MASTERPLANNING SOCHI Jerry Anderson and John Barrow discuss Populous’s Russian role


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56 National Sports Centre operation


28 IN THE KNOW AT KNOWSLEY The newly-opened Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park is reviewed by John Bell


32 SWIMMING STATE OF THE INDUSTRY REPORT David Minton highlights key data from the Leisure Database survey on UK swimming pool facilities


34 EVENT PREVIEW: SPATEX 2012


36 GRASSROOTS: TAEKWONDO Trevor Baxter looks at the structures the sport has in place to capitalise on London 2012 success


41 THE BASKETBALL ARENA Karen Maxwell asks how the design brief for the Olympic temporary venue was met


46 KEEPING FANS CONNECTED Stadia technology by Stuart Hamilton


51 IMPROVING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS IN SPORT Views from four industry experts


54 Rugby League’s summer switch


54 ALL CHANGE FOR COMMUNITY RUGBY LEAGUE David Carpenter discusses the facility issues with becoming a summer sport


56 NATIONAL SPORTS CENTRES Effective operation for elite and community use, by Kath Hudson


60 RESURFACING SYNTHETIC TURF A Q&A with SAPCA’s Marie Cooksey


64 LIGHTING MAINTENANCE


66 INTRODUCING PADEL Is the UK ready to play? By Trevor Baxter


71 ENGAGING IN PLAY We get industry views on staying power 74 SPORT KIT 76 SAPCA DIRECTORY 79 SPORT DIRECTORY 82 DIARY DATES AND AD INDEX


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