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PEOPLE PROFILES – SAMANTHA MOYO, FOUNDER OF MORNING GLORYVILLE PAGE 8


GRASS ROOTS – HOW THE RUGBY WORLD CUP CAN INCREASE PARTICIPATION PAGE 50


08 People profiles Samantha Moyo, founder of Morning Gloryville; sports historian Simon Inglis; Cambridge United head groundsman Ian Darler and the team behind AMPY


14 Thought leaders Views of Sunday Times journalist John Goodbody, SRA chief executive Emma Boggis and CIMSPA’s Tara Dillon


16 Mike Hall column FaulknerBrowns’ sports partner on how design can play a part in tackling inactivity


4 18 News round up


30 News report – Tour de Yorkshire The inaugural Tour de Yorkshire generated more than £30m for the local economy


32 Talking point What can the sports sector do to encourage more women to get physically active?


34 Interview – Alan Coppin and Rick Riding SGSA has established itself a global leader in stadium safety. Tom Walker spoke to the authority’s two leading men


38 New opening - Baku Olympic Stadium Azerbaijan will host the inaugural European Games this year and the centrepiece will be a brand new 68,000-seat stadium


42 A venue for all seasons Mike Trice from sports architects Populous describes the winning designs for the new £90m Bristol Arena


44 Facility focus: Rugby World Cup Most of the 13 venues hosting this year’s tournament are more famous for football – but many have a rich rugby heritage


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