London Olympics inspiring thousands to take up sport
London 2012 has surpassed all expectations. The nation has been captivated, amazed and enthralled by an incredible Games that many think has been the greatest Olympics and Paralympics ever.
GB athletes have done extraordinarily well. Breathtaking wins by Mo Farrah, Jessica Ennis, Nicola Adams, Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt have had us gripped, on the edge of our seats, and are now inspiring thousands of us to get active and get involved in sport.
Oxfordshire Sport Partnership has been working with all our partners in sport to make sure that everybody wanting to take up a sport has the opportunity to do so, not just in the weeks following the Games, but in the months and years ahead.
If you are inspired to take up any of the Olympic sports, we can put you in contact with all of the national sporting bodies throughout the county, from Athletics to Table tennis, Hockey to Canoeing, Gymnastics to Boxing and Tao Kwon Do to Wrestling. Click here.
Or take a look at our Olympic Legacy programmes and projects, all designed to help get you into sport or set up your own group if you feel inspired? Read on for more information.
GO Active offers a range of physical activities across the county to help people get into shape. Activities are low cost, beginner-friendly and open to all ages and abilities. To find out about the many sessions and activities happening near you click here.
Sportivate helps young people 14-25 to do more sport. If you or a young person you know wants to take part in a six week course in a sport of their choice anywhere across the county, click here.
Sportmakers actively seeks people interested in setting up their own local sports group. It gives them the support they need to get started, to promote it locally and to find people who want to take part. If you are keen to start a sports groups of your own. Click here.