Guest blog

  • Traveleads: Leadership Material Ahead of the Leadership Convention we've asked our partners at Traveleads what their thoughts are on leadership and change. What makes a good leader? How have they as an organisation adapted to change? 27th Oct 2016
  • Why does the IOC support the TAFISA Sport Leadership course? Ray Sweeney, CEO of the Disability Karate Federation, blogs about the upcoming TAFISA Sport Leadership Course and why it's important the sector develops its future leaders. 13th Oct 2016
  • Meet the #iwill ambassadors with a passion for volunteering in sport Have you ever considered volunteering in sport? We briefly hear from three inspirational young individuals who are leading social action in their communities by volunteering in sport.  25th Aug 2016
  • Two Blondes Walking Fi Darby and Lucy Atkins, otherwise known as as the "Two Blondes Walking" tell about what inspires them to get active outdoors and how others can get involved. 11th Aug 2016
  • Women that climb As part of #WomenOutdoors Week we've caught up with two avid climbers and got their views on why more women should get involved in climbing and outdoor recreation. 11th Aug 2016
  • Partnerships are the key to getting the nation moving more Ahead of next week's launch of the Physical Activity and Health report, Emma Boggis, Chief Executive of Sport and Recreation Alliance and Steven Ward, Executive Director of ukactive, explain why partnerships are vital to getting the nation active and healthy. 30th Jun 2016
  • Technological insights for outdoor recreation Brian Macaulay of the Outdoor Recreation Network, blogs about how technology is being used to improve and enhance people's enjoyment of outdoor recreation. 12th May 2016
  • Free Prescription for a Healthy Lifestyle Roger Moore from Virtual College, discusses the increase in non-communicable disease as a result of physical inactivity and how a simple online course could help to encourage more people to get active. 5th May 2016
  • The importance of #SportMinds by snooker's world number 9, Mark Allen As part of the Mental Health Charter anniversary activity, current world snooker number 9, Mark Allen, shares his thoughts and experiences around mental health in professional sport. 15th Mar 2016
  • High flyers all benefited from bursaries To highlight the value of grassroots support, the Royal Aero Club Trust have blogged about the success of bursary recipients on the world stage at the recent World Junior Gliding Championships. 8th Mar 2016


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