Sport England are well renowned for their expertise in sport participation, and the work they do to encourage everybody to play sport and get active.
The interactive project reveals how external factors affect the everyday person’s participation in sport, looking at not only the way the weather plays ...
a part, but also how professional sporting events can help determine who is playing what, and how often. 2012 has been described as one of the best years ever for British sport. Bradley Wiggins became the first Brit to win the Tour de France, Andy Murray finally won his first Grand Slam at the US Open, and who can forget the incredible performances of the Team GB athletes at their home Games? Did this have a direct effect on the number of people who played sport last year? Explore the interactive data visualization to find out. You can also compare the results of 2011/12 to 2006/07, and see the rises and falls in participation in both periods.
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