A major parliamentary report into the London 2012 Olympics warns that the prospect of an “effective and robust” legacy from the Games is in jeopardy unless there is a change in government approach.
Kate Hughes’ PhD thesis used the London 2012 Games to investigate the claims made by event organisers relating to increased sports participation as a legacy of a major sport event.
To understand why the London 2012 Games has seemingly failed to leave a lasting sport participation legacy, download Kate’s report here
K. H . Hughes – January 2013