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ISSUE 2 2015


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RUGBY WORLD CUP STADIUMS – AN INTRODUCTION TO ALL 13 VENUES PAGE 44


MASS PARTICIPATION – FROM SWIMMING IN LAKES TO CYCLING THROUGH LONDON PAGE 54


50 Growing the grassroots – rugby union This year’s Rugby World Cup is expected to increase interest in the game at all levels. We look at the RFU’s legacy plans for the sport


54 Mass participation From running through forests to swimming in cold lakes, Kath Hudson investigates the growth of mass participation events


58 Crowdfunding for sport Potentially a quick way of generating cash for facility projects and athletes, crowdfunding is establishing itself as a permanent feature


62 Sustainable surfaces The growing popularity of 3G/4G pitches has created a challenge – how to replace older synthetic pitches in an eco-friendly way?


66 Sport surfaces - natural turf Edgbaston’s head groundsman reveals what it takes to produce a perfect Ashes pitch


70 Interim designs A look at innovative temporary facilities


74 Fitness in sport - Isokinetic centre The Italian rehab giant enters the UK


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78 SAPCA Game On An increasing number of rugby venues are installing synthetic pitches; a look at how SAPCA’s new quality system will work


86 Sport-kit – sports lighting Sport-kit.net editor Jason Holland lists the latest sports lighting products and the projects they are being used for


90 Sports Management diary dates The most important sports events. For more diary details, go to our dedicated website, leisurediary.com


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