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Exergame reflect on Active London
n this blog, Exergame Owner, Joseph Icarangal reflects on their partnership with Active London conference last week.
5 key moments from Active London 2022
After an incredible day bringing the sector together to shape the future of sport and physical activity in the capital, we’re recapping on 5 key moments from Active London 2022.
London Sport welcomes Exergame as Official Partner of Active London 2022
Active London, the largest conference dedicated to grassroots sport and physical activity in the capital, has named Exergame as an Official Partner of the event.
Activating places and spaces through technology – a sneak peek into Active London 2022
Ahead of Active London 2022, taking place on 21 September, Head of Sport Tech Hub at London Sport, Milly Pelmore shares a sneak preview of the ‘Activating places and spaces through technology’ session, exploring the positive impact technology can have in creating active places and spaces in London.
Maximising health impact through active local spaces- Active London 2022
With just 4 weeks to go until Active London 2022, London Sport’s Head of Digital Behaviour Change, Chris Norfield, and Regional Physical Activity Adviser, Rob McLean share a sneak peek of what to expect from their session ‘Maximising health impact through active local spaces' at Active London, taking place on 21 September.
Why Active London 2022 is not to be missed
London Sport’s Head of Marketing and Communications Anil Manji looks ahead to Active London 2022 and shares what attendees can expect from this year’s conference, taking place on 21 September.
Active London returns with in-person conference on 21st September – tickets on sale now
Active London 2022 returns as our first in-person conference since 2019. Tickets are now on sale!
"It's not about participation numbers, it's about the outcome those numbers drive" - says Tim Hollingsworth OBE
An active nation is the key to getting more people playing sport - Tim Hollingsworth OBE.
2021: London Sport’s Year in Review
2021 has been a year of varying restrictions due to covid-19 but the commitment and dedication of the sport and physical activity remained undimmed we have seen, once again, the incredible impact of the capital’s grassroots physical activity and sport sector united in keeping Londoners active. Here, we look back at London Sport’s most memorable moments of 2021.
Meet our London Sport Marathon Runners 2021
On the 3rd of October, more than 40,000 people will run the 26.2-mile (42.2km) marathon through the streets of London. This year, London Sport runners aim to drive down inequalities in physical activity and sport.
Round Up of Day 2 of Active London
Day 2 of Active London, supported by Gympass, saw the number of registered delegates surpass 600 with six more inspiring and informative sessions, as well as a lunchtime workout for delegates with TRX, inspired by #NationalFitnessDay.
Round up of Day 1 of Active London
Six Active London sessions involving more than 20 speakers ensured that the first day of Active London gave the 550 online delegates plenty to consider when it comes to reactivating the capital. Here's our round-up of Day 1.
Sneak Peek: Learn more from Professor Kevin Fenton and Jillian Moore about what to expect from Active London
With less than 24 hours until Active London, keynote speaker Professor Kevin Fenton (London Regional Director at Public Health England) and London Sport Chair Jillian Moore have shared their thoughts on some key topics of the event.
London Sport and Chipotle 6 months in
Bloomsbury Football coach Lucas Capalbo has been named as our fifth Chipotle Community Champion as London Sport and Chipotle celebrate the halfway mark of the first year of the partnership.
Active London 2021: 2 weeks to go
With just two weeks to go until Active London, Events Manager Rachel Rowe provides a taster on what the sector can look forward to as they join us for London Sport’s two-day, free-to-attend digital conference on 21 and 22 September.
Gympass pledge support to London Sport’s We Are Not Spectators campaign
London Sport are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Gympass, the world’s largest corporate wellbeing platform, as they back its We Are Not Spectators pledge to champion grassroots sport across the capital.
Broadcaster and former athlete Jeanette Kwakye MBE to host Active London 2021
TV and radio presenter and former athlete Jeanette Kwakye has been named as host of the London Sport’s Active London conference on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 September.
Active London conference returns as online event in September
Active London – the largest conference wholly dedicated to the physical activity and sport sector in London – will return on the 21 and 22 September 2021 as an online event.
New Active Lives data shows impact of covid-19 on Londoners’ activity levels
Sport England’s latest Active Lives Survey shows the impact of the first eight months of coronavirus on Londoners’ activity levels.
2020 Review of the Year
The year 2020 will be one to remember. There have been challenge but also, positives. At London Sport, we have seen, once again, the incredible impact of the capital's grassroots physical activity and sport sector unite to keep Londoners active. Here, we look back at London Sport’s memorable moments for 2020.