Lord Coe praises Olympic legacy in Wales

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London Olympics organiser Lord Coe has visited Cardiff to see how sport is being developed in Wales and how it has benefited from the 2012 Olympics.

Part of his tour involved a visit to Fitzalan High School in Cardiff, where he spoke to BBC Wales' Ashleigh Crowter.

Speaking about the Olympic legacy, Lord Coe said the increase in numbers of young people, particularly with disabilities or impairments, involved in sport in Wales was dramatic.

Lord Coe is Olympic and Paralympic legacy ambassador and chair of the British Olympic Association.

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