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London 2012: More sport played since Olympics, says Paralympian

A committee has found less than 1% of the £2.5bn the UK government says has been invested by foreign firms after the Olympic and Paralympics has come to Wales.

The House of Lords report said the economic benefits from 2012 were "disproportionally weighted" towards southern England.

Felicity Evans spoke to Dr Kath Ringwald, from the University of South Wales, and 11-time gold Paralympian medallist Tanni Grey-Thompson, who said sporting levels have risen among Welsh children after London 2012.

Little cash benefit from London 2012

  • 18 Nov 2013
  • From the section Wales
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