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LATEST PHASE OF SPORT STRATEGY LAUNCHED

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The latest phase of a five year plan to increase adult participation in sport was launched today. ...
The latest phase of a five year plan to increase adult participation in sport was launched today.

Nine individual strategies have been developed to deliver the targets set out in 'Sport 21 2003-2007'

A wide range of organisations in Scottish Sport including local authorities and governing bodies of sport will be responsible for delivering the targets.

Scotland's national strategy for sport aims to shape Scotland's sporting future with the clear priority to get more Scots playing sport more often and to allow everyone in Scotland to realise their full potential.

Launched in March 2003, it sets out 11 key targets for Scottish Sport by 2007, which are aimed at taking the first steps towards an overall target of increasing adult participation in sport by 2020.

The targets are all based on three visions for Scotland - a nation where sport is more widely available to all; sporting talent is recognised and nurtured; and world class performances in sport are achieved and sustained.

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