UK360 Natalie Sawyer 30/7/12
27 July 2012, 10:51
Natalie Sawyer (Sky Sports News) hosts this special UK360 programme dedicated to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.
UK360 heads to Monte Gordo in Portugal to take a look at how Britain's best paralympians have been preparing at the Aviva Great Britain and Northern Ireland Team Warm Weather Training Camp.
Access Sport is a charity that aims to provide a real sporting legacy in some of Britain's most disadvantaged areas. They tell us why they want to continue transforming lives beyond London 2012.
UK360 reporter Chris Brant went to find out more about the Legacy 2013 Partnership, an alliance of organisations that are aiming to fund and support future community sports based initiatives for decades to come.
UK360 met up with Aaron Phipps, a key member of Great Britain's wheelchair rugby team. He introduces and tell us more about this relatively new Paralympic sport.
Join In UK is a charity that aims to encourage the nation to head down to their local sports club. Team GB's Bantamweight boxer Luke Campbell tells us why we should 'join in'.