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Coventry’s year as European City of Sport in 2019 saw a massive investment in sport and leisure, thousands getting active, and created a legacy for years to come.
Coventry Smashes Sport Week – the European City of Sport finale event – commences this Saturday, 11 January and spans over nine days until 20 January 2020.
Organisers of the Coventry Festival of Running today revealed a totally new look for 2020, and a brand new website.
The Coventry City of Sport Challenge has come to end, and the winners have been revealed.
Today (29 November 2019) the Westfield Health British Transplant Games has arrived in Coventry ahead of the event next summer.
Today Sporting Memories was held, and many attended to reminisce with European City of Sport about their great memories.
Spaces are filling quickly for Sporting Memories at The Transport Museum next week. If you are yet to book your space, make sure to do soon.
As Coventry’s year as European City of Sport 2019 is coming to an end, plans for a final week of celebrations are coming together.
European City of Sport have teamed up with CV Life, Year of Wellbeing and The Sporting Memories Foundation to bring an event to Coventry for those that have fond memories of sport from years ago.
Monday 21 October sees the official opening of the Wave’s waterpark.
A free Inclusive Dance Festival for children is to be held next month as one of the city's many community festivals during its year as European City of Sport.
The Coventry City of Sport Challenge was launched at St Mary’s Guildhall yesterday and registration for sports clubs and community groups is now open.
Cash for Kids, the Free Radio charity, Coventry City Council, Coventry European City of Sport and CV Life have teamed up to bring a unique fundraising challenge to the city.
Thousands of people took advantage of the opportunity to cycle through Coventry’s traffic-free streets, as part of HSBC UK Let's Ride Coventry.
Cash For Kids, the charity of radio station Free Radio, has joined forces with Coventry European City of Sport, Coventry City Council & CV Life to bring a unique fundraising challenge to the city.
Sports Fest has broken its record of people taking part, with over 14,500 people having a go at sport during the festival
Coventry City Council is pleased to announce a new partnership with CityFibre.
Monday sees the official opening of The Wave’s fitness facilities and Mana Spa.
It's back! This time it’s going to be bigger and better than ever, more activities and more time to enjoy them.
Coventry City Council is pleased to announce a new sponsorship partnership with Vodafone UK and its Gigafast Broadband service.
Young Coventry swimmers and athletes gathered in the Council House this week as they limbered up for the 53rd International Children’s Games (ICG).
A free Inclusive Sport Festival for children will be taking place on Friday 21 June at Howes Community Primary School.
Another exciting new sport facility has arrived in the city’s War Memorial Park and it goes by the name of Footgolf, which will open as part of our European City of Sport year celebrations.
Operators CV Life are pleased to announce that the brand new Lifestyles Health and Fitness facilities at The Wave will open on 24 June.
Workers across Britain are being encouraged to convert “sitting time” to “standing time” this Friday (26 April) as part of the On Your Feet Britain campaign.
An exciting tree-top tourist attraction at Coombe Abbey is set to swing into action as its official opening date has been revealed.
Over 4,000 runners took part in the GoRun 5k Fun Run and Coventry Half Marathon yesterday as Coventry enjoyed a Festival of Running.
The fixture will serve as vital preparation ahead of the World Rugby U20 Championship in June.
Hundreds of people enjoyed trying out the new cricket pitches at Edgwick Park this week with the added bonus of getting to see the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy.
Two of Coventry’s sporting celebrities performed the draw for Rugby League’s Coral Challenge Cup – at the city’s historic St Mary’s Guildhall.
The new 50 metre swimming pool at the Alan Higgs Centre on Allard Way is set to benefit from a £1.5 million grant from Sport England.
Coventry, the 2019 European City of Sport and a RLWC2021 host venue, will stage the Coral Challenge Cup third round draw on Monday 11 February (6pm).