Britain's Peter Norfolk and Lucy Shuker experienced conflicting fortunes on Wednesday as the 2010 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters got underway at the Frans Otten Stadium in Amsterdam, with Norfolk easing to victory in his opening quad singles match.
With under two years to go until the London 2012 Games, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) is on the hunt for up to 70,000 diverse and brilliant volunteers who will make the London 2012 Games happen: Games Makers.
People from Camden and Islington are being challenged to get active and do their bit to help end mental health discrimination as Time to Get Moving London takes place at the N1 Centre on Sunday 10 October from 11am-5.15pm.
> Volleyball England’s V3 project has been granted the Inspire Mark, the badge of the London 2012 Inspire Programme.30th September 10
The V3 project involves groups of approximately 10 young volunteers (aged 16 to 25) running their own volleyball events during October half-term to encourage other young people to take up the Olympic and Paralympic sport of volleyball
Tax Saving Opportunities for Amateur Sports Clubs. What would your club do with an extra £3,700 a year?
With two years to go until the start of the London 2012 Paralympic Games, the business advisory firm Deloitte is advising amateur disability sports clubs to consider registering as a Charity or a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC)