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Sport England announces ‘golden reset’ to transform fitness and tackle obesity

Children and the most disadvantaged in society have been put at the heart of a “golden reset” for sport and activity, with Sport England announcing a new 10-year strategy to transform fitness levels and tackle obesity. As part of the plan, an additional £50m of support will be given to help grassroots sports such as netball and rugby recover from Covid-19 in 2021.



a sign on the side of a brick building: Photograph: Maureen McLean/Shutterstock


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a stop sign with graffiti on the side of a brick building: Sport England say their new strategy will work to get the nation on its feet through a combination of targeted investment, innovation, and the use new technologies.


© Photograph: Maureen McLean/Shutterstock
Sport England say their new strategy will work to get the nation on its feet through a combination of targeted investment, innovation, and the use new technologies.

The announcement is part of a concerted effort to tackle activity levels that dropped markedly in the global pandemic and to address growing sporting inequalities.

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