By Audlem Webteam - 10th September 2012 7:03am
After six glorious weeks of sport at the Olympics and Paralympics, it seemed timely to feature the big question of sport on Audlem Online.
Accordingly, we asked our youngest regular contributor to our Homepage articles to examine the effects of the Olympic glow. What will be the lasting impact of this fabulous summer of sport that has captured the imagination of so many.
Alex Denby, now studying at Durham University, gives his thoughts on the Homepage. Click on 'The Olympic Glow' title to open the article where he asks how to get youngsters into sport in the wake of the Olympic glow?
And tomorrow, as many may have missed it whilst away on holiday, we will repeat Mike Mason's moving article about what it was like to witness The Mo-ment in the Olympic Stadium.
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