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2nd October 2008
A VIP reception was held in the Assembly Rooms, Bath to launch DOOSPORT.COM

      Vivien Simpson, Kenny Logan, Loraine, Gabby Logan and the Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Cllr. David Bellotti
Vivien Simpson, Kenny Logan, Loraine, Gabby Logan and the
Chairman of Bath & North East Somerset Cllr. David Bellotti

We attended a VIP reception for invited guests on the evening of Thursday 2nd October to launch and promote the innovative, national web-based company, DOOSPORT.COM, with a mix of sporting names and local sports representatives at Bath's Assembly Rooms.

Gabby and Kenny Logan, the names behind the social network for sport and health, hosted the event. The Logans and their back-up team of website, TV, sport and health experts have constructed an on-line tool to help people around the country create and maintain a healthy lifestyle and to get more from their chosen sport.

 

Gabby Logan"We're building a social network for sport. People can log on and get neutral advice about how to train, what to eat, where to start a sport or exercise class or they can simply ask their peers where to buy the best-value equipment," said Gabby Logan, the former gymnast turned TV presenter.

 

 

Kenny Logan"Wešve added some video coaching", said Kenny Logan, formerly of Scottish rugby renown. "These are designed to show people how to complete exercises properly or how to improve a particular aspect of their technique. Wešve linked up with the experts at Team Bath. Theyšve been fantastic partners".
 

Site members can message each other and share pictures, videos and documents providing a great tool for clubs and teams who want to create an on-line group to help them with their event and match organisation. The Doosport network also offers on-line training and nutrition diaries where participants can monitor their exercise and their food intake.

Already a number of Bath companies and organisations have logged on and created their group and individual profiles.

"Bath is such a sports-mad city that we thought it was a great place to launch. The staff and athletes based up at the University of Bath have created some top-class video resources and the student athletes are beginning to use the site to organise their own sport and recreational activities. We hope that in our launch year, which starts today, that more and more sports organisations and interested individuals will join the Doosport community", said Johann Gulotti one of the main motivators behind the site.

For further information visit the DOOSPORT.COM website.

 

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