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Commissioned by the Department of Health, spear’s award winning worldwide systematic review of research and practice evidence has had a significant impact on the implementation of the Government’s 2012 Legacy Action Plan, setting out plans to achieve post-Olympic targets in a range of areas.
spear provided evidence for the processes that might be harnessed to use the London 2012 Games to encourage physical activity and sport participation, and identified target groups.
The OPASH Legacy research conducted by spear was awarded the prestigious accolade of a Bronze award at the Podium Awards, an inaugural celebration recognising the very best of London 2012 projects across further and higher education.
Client: Department of Health
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