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The Youth Sport Trust is launching the next stage of its Olympic and Paralympic legacy work next week, at the Doha Goals conference, in Qatar.

Lead your generation builds on the Trust’s Young Ambassador initiative, which sees young people using the Olympic and Paralympic values to inspire others. Young people will be expected to co-ordinate sports festivals and other activities to inspire their peers to take part in sport.

Youth Sport Trust chief executive, John Steele, says: “Lead your generation will empower young people to be role models and make a difference in their schools and communities. It will also ensure there is a clear legacy plan in schools which draws together and embeds the work of the Youth Sport Trust to support that.”

Doha Goals will attract directors and CEOs of major sporting organisations across the world, 400 young people from schools and universities, and sports stars, including swimmer, Ian Thorpe, and sprinter, Oscar Pistorius.

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The Youth Sport Trust is launching the next stage of its Olympic and Paralympic legacy work next week, at the Doha Goals conference, in Qatar.
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