100 Places - Sport & Leisure
We are now closed for nominations in the Sport & Leisure category. Our expert judge for this category, former athlete and parliamentarian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, will be choosing her top ten places from your nominations. Watch this space or subscribe to our podcast (by searching for '100 Places' on your podcast player) to find out her choices.
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- Places Where Sporting History Happened
- England at Leisure
- Sporting Venues
- Lost Football Stadiums
- Six Unique Places that Celebrate London's Sporting History
- Ten Winning Facts about Brooklands Motor Racing Circuit
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Also of interest...
This section tells you about Ludwig Guttman, Stoke Mandeville's first director, who used sport as a central element in his revolutionary rehabilitation system for people paralysed in the Second World War.
The Rom Skatepark in Hornchurch, East London is the first skatepark in England to receive national listed status.
Lord's Cricket Ground is famous the world over as 'the home of cricket'. Two hundred years ago, on 22 June 1814, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and Hertfordshire played the very first match at the present ground.