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The 2018 School Games National Finals, supported by National Lottery funding from
Between Thursday 30 August 2018 and Sunday 2 September 2018, more than 1,400 young athletes will compete across 11 sports, five of which include disability competition, at venues across Loughborough University Campus.
Always striving to
Now in its 13th year, the School Games prides itself on providing a fun, competitive and safe environment for our future sports stars to experience a large, multi-sport event.
Spring-boarding sporting careers
With 11 sports available, five of those including disability events, the School Games aims to springboard the Nation's elite young sports people to greater heights in their sporting careers.
The School Games National Finals at Loughborough University is underpinned by the School Games programme of
Experiencing a Celebration Ceremony, staying in team accommodation and facing competitors from around the UK, the young athletes selected for the School Games will be immersed in a mini-Olympic style event, hosted by the world's top sporting University, Loughborough University.
To date, 19,200 young athletes have already taken part in the School Games, with many having gone on to represent GB on the global stage.