Nobody Knows Glasgow Better
WHAT a year 2014 has been for Scotland and for sport.
DO you have an old bike that's gathering cobwebs in the attic or garden shed?
TO ensure a lasting legacy from the 2014 Commonwealth Games for its workforce, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde launched a campaign to help staff get more physically active.
LOUISE MARTIN CBE, CHAIRWOMAN, SPORTSCOTLAND
WHEN Commonwealth Games Federation president Prince Imran of Malaysia told the world, "Glasgow, you delivered the best Games ever," he was echoing praise which had built throughout the Games.
COUNCILLOR ARCHIE GRAHAM, THE CHAIR OF GLASGOW LIFE
IN January, when Active 2014 launched, our aim was simple:
SCOTLAND'S politicians, sports and entertainment stars welcomed Active 2014 with open arms when it launched at the start of this year.
PHYSICAL inactivity is one of the biggest risk factors for the long term health and well being of Glaswegians.
NEILSTON mum Caroline Morrison is the perfect role model for our year-long Active 2014 campaign.
ROLE models and heroes.
AFTER working at the London Olympics and being a key member of Team Scotland at this summer's Commonwealth Games, Fiona Mather has just the right advice for athletes of all abilities.
WHEN Adam Rzepinski first talked about setting up a kayak club for youngsters in one of the city's most deprived areas no-one thought it would work.
THE list of credits for wheelchair racer Meggan Dawson-Farrell are immense.
AN active ageing festival will tie into International Older People's Day.
OLDER people are being treated to an action-packed programme of fitness activities next month.
THOUGH it boasts a record-breaking membership, success on the track isn't measured in a medal haul at Red Star Athletics Club.
From rugby for four and five-year-olds to badminton for the over 50s, football and tae kwon do:
YOU'RE only as old as you feel.
IF you want to know the benefits of heading out on a cycling trip along the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal, just have a chat with Claudio Pia
WELL, here we are.
A SUMMER holiday programme kicks off across the city to help get people healthy and testing out sporting activities.
IF you have been inspired by Glasgow 2014, this is the time to "Unleash your sporty side".
IT only launched last year but the Coach Core programme at Glasgow Sport is already on to a winning streak.
THE first group of about 60 activators have been trained to help their colleagues take steps to a more active lifestyle.
The Commonwealth Games could trigger as much as a 30% increase in demand for sport in the city.
MAKING sport available to all and not just the elite is the aim of Glasgow's Fatemeh Nokhbatolfoghahai and Hannah Dines.
Nearly 4500 people have taken up a challenge to beat the 1.1 million steps it will take the Queen's Baton to travel across Scotland.
I RUN because I have to.