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British success at Laureus awards


Britain has achieved triple success at the Laureus World Sport Awards 2013, held in Rio de Janeiro on 11 March, with Jessica Ennis, Andy Murray and Lord Coe taking home top honours. Broadcast worldwide, the


majority of the evening’s winners came from the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London, with British athlete Ennis taking home Sportswoman of the Year for her performance in the hep- tathlon. Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt was Sportsman of the Year following his three golds in the 100m, 200m and 4 x 100m relay. British tennis star Andy Murray won


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Olympic champion Jessica Ennis – one of three Brits to be recognised


Breakthrough of the Year for his first ever Grand Slam victory – at the US Open – and for his success at the singles and mixed doubles at


last year’s Olympics. Rounding off Britain’s suc- cess at the awards was Lord Coe, who received a lifetime achievement award for his role as chair of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games.


Beach sport stadium planned for Skegness


England’s first national sta- dium for beach sports will be constructed at Skegness Beach, Lincolnshire, pend- ing planning permission. The 2,040-seat facil-


ity would be home to the National England Beach Soccer Team and also host sports such as beach volleyball, rugby, cricket, handball and Futsal. It will also host events such as fun days for kids, sand sculpture events, movies on the beach, and Red Bull events. It is expected to attract


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Te 2,400-capacity venue would be home to a number of beach sports


400,000 spectators annually and will be self- funded, with the majority of events free to the public. Behind the plans is Gary Shepherd, chief executive of Skegness Beach Stadium Limited, who said: “Tis is Skegness’s chance


to begin capturing major international sport- ing events, especially during what is typically our slow hotel season as the season will run from April through to late October.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=7M3d3


Advisory group to shape Wales’ sporting future


Sport Wales has announced the formation of a new Sports Advisory Group (SAG), designed to help shape the future of sport in the country. Te first of its kind, the group of leading


figures from business, health, communica- tions, education and leisure will be tasked


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with developing new strategic thinking to help broaden sport’s appeal among the less active. Te development represents one of Sport Wales’ key corporate objectives: to draw insights and expert thinking from other sec- tors. Details: http://lei.sr?a=t5F8E


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