A total of 10 national governing bodies in England are to be given more funding to help keep people in sport, it has been announced.
Sport England has pledged to continue funding England Netball up until 2021.
Tim Hollingsworth, the chief executive of the British Paralympic Association (BPA), is to leave to take up the same role at Sport England.
Sport England chief executive Jennie Price will leave the organisation at the end of October, it has been announced.
British basketball player Temi Fagbenle has accused Government funding agencies Sport England and UK Sport of ignoring basketball at the expense of "obscure" middle-class sports not played by youngsters from ethnically diverse or poorer backgrounds, highlighting Olympic events such as modern pentathlon and skeleton.
Nick Pontefract has been appointed as Sport England's new chief operating officer.
Sport England and the #iwill Fund have given British Blind Sport’s (BBS) "See My Voice" project £122,480 ($163,652/€137,960) to help young people use sport to make a positive difference in their communities.
Sport England has announced it will invest £28.5 million ($37.7 million/€32.1 million) into four national governing bodies in a bid to get more people playing sport regularly.
Sport England has released £9 million ($11.5 million/€10 million) in funding to Table Tennis England after the organisation voted in favour of governance reforms.
British Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has praised the way national governing bodies have worked to become compliant with the new Code for Sports Governance.
Table Tennis England chairman Sandra Deaton has warned the future of the governing body is "at risk" after they lost access to £9 million ($12 million/€10 million) in Sport England funding.
A total of 57 governing bodies funded by UK Sport and Sport England are on course to be compliant with the newly-launched Code of Sports Governance, which comes into force tomorrow.
Badminton England and British Weightlifting are among the seven national governing body’s to benefit from Sport England’s third batch of four-year grants, a little over a month after they failed in their respective bids to overturn UK Sport's decision not to award them any financial support for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycle.
Goalball UK has been awarded £1.3 million ($1.6 million/€1.5 million) from Sport England in order to continue what it describes as "the remarkable progress being made in grassroots participation".
English Federation of Disability Sport mark International Day for Disabled People with new engagement film
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