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Sport Wales National Centre Update

The phased return of sport to the Sport Wales National Centre in Cardiff has begun with the return of a select group of elite athletes. 

Over the past few months, a considerable amount of planning and preparation has been going on behind the scenes between governing bodies of sports and Sport Wales to create a safe training environment for the athletes, coaches, institute and centre staff. 

 

From temperature checks and medical screening through to enhanced cleaning regimes and strict coaching protocols, the Centre has seen the start of a journey to enable sport to thrive again.  

Gymnasts and squash players are now back in training to prepare for Olympic and Commonwealth Games with plans being finalised for more elite athletes to return soon.

 

Under the current regulations the Centre must remain closed for all other services and sporting activities, but preparation continues to ensure the facilities are safe for when further restrictions are eased.

We’ll have more updates as soon as possible.

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