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Community sport 

Following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games sport has been a huge part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Sport for us is about building communities and giving people a reason to get outside and enjoy the Park together. Making sure we give everyone a chance to get involved, we have sports hubs situated on the Park. 


Bikeworks is a social enterprise who run weekly all ability cycling sessions. This is a cycling club open to all with a range of adapted cycles so is accessible to all regardless of age, disability or experience. You can try out single/tandem tricycles, side-by-side cycles for two or more people, wheelchair platform cycles and go-kart style recumbent cycles. With staff on hand to show you how it all works, you’ll then be free to cycle and the green spaces of the Park. 

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London Youth Rowing

London Youth Rowing runs rowing, canoeing and SUP programmes for the community around the Park, opening access to the park's tranquil waterways as part of the London 2012 Olympic Legacy. A full programme of water sports activity is delivered throughout the year at the South Park water sports pontoon.  

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Badu Sports

Badu is a community focused group providing sport programmes in east London. On top of their wide ranging line up of activities, next year will hopefully see the launch of the Badu Centre of Excellence. The centre will be an elite level sports facility that highlights female leadership in coaching and participation. The four main sports that will be housed at the Centre are tennis, netball, football and basketball with accessibility and inclusivity at the heart. 

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E20 Football

The E20 Football Academy offers children, young people and adults of all backgrounds and abilities the opportunity to enjoy and participate in training mentored by qualified and experienced coaches. The football delivery model focuses on player technical development and is delivered at Chobham Academy football pitches throughout the week. 

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London Marathon Community Track

The London Marathon Community Track (LMCT) plays a key role in the community, as a multi-use sport, education and event space. Since 2018, the LMCT has welcomed an attendance of over 250,000 spread across several charity events, community sport, and school’s activity.

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