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ISSUE


1 2013


38 The UK will host a number of major sporting events over the next decade


18 Glasgow Life’s Billy Garrett


42 Peace and Sport: Surfing4Peace – one of the groups creating unity through sport


28 Architects focus: Cartwright Pickard


3 EDITOR’S LETTER


6 THOUGHT LEADER Industry comment from John Goodbody, on the government’s pledge to invest £150m in school sport


8 INDUSTRY NEWS Tottenham and West Ham celebrate new stadium deals, beach sport stadium planned for Skegness and Don Valley to undergo £40m transformation


16 NEWS REPORT Spanish football club Real Madrid has revealed ambitious plans to build an US$1bn (E764m, £652m), themed enter- tainment resort in the emirate state of Ras al Khaimah, as part of a strategy to increase its global reach. We take a closer look at the plans for the development


18 INTERVIEW: BILLY GARRETT The sports operations manager for Glas- gow Life talks to Kate Cracknell about driving a culture of physical activity and making lasting, positive changes at a population level


24 OUTREACH PROGRAMMES: COMMUNITY MATTERS Football clubs are developing community outreach programmes that are address- ing social issues and bringing local people together. Neena Dhillon reports


28 ARCHITECT’S FOCUS: JAMES PICKARD The Cartwright Pickard co-founder tells us about the sustainable development the practice is working on in China, plus the challenges of refurbishing the Grade II listed Golden Lane centre in London


4 Read Sports Management online sportsmanagement.co.uk/digital


34 GRASSROOTS SPORTS: ROUNDERS The popularity of rounders is increas- ing and, according to NGB Rounders England, is already among the top three most played team sports in the country – ahead of cricket and rugby.


38 INTERVIEW: SIMON MORTON As UK Sport launches a campaign to at- tract more than 70 major sporting events to the UK by 2018, its director of major events and international relations ex- plains the plans


42 PEACE AND SPORT Sport is a universal language which can transcend any number of differences. Kath Hudson looks at some of the inspir- ing and heart warming projects making an impact in some of the world’s most unlikely places


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