A LONDON 2012 legacy project aimed at getting more than 400 Sheffield people participating and retained in sport has launched in the city.
Get Sheffield Fit, part of the £32m National Lottery Sportivate programme, is being run by Sheffield International Venues.
Designed to capture the excitement generated following the London Olympic and Paralympic Games, the new multi-sport programme offers discounted sports coaching and fitness memberships for teenagers and young adults.
People aged between 14 and 25 can sign up for eight weeks of one-to-one coaching in a range of sporting activities including golf, ice skating, park running, athletics, judo and self defence, boxing, table tennis, trampolining, dance, cycling, mixed martial arts and the gym.
The sessions will take place at the SIV-operated English Institute of Sport Sheffield, Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre, iceSheffield, Springs Leisure Centre, Concord Sports Centre and Hillsborough Leisure Centre.
Go backPosted on 21st May 2013