As the London Olympics close no one is doubting they have been a huge success. Team GB have finished an unprecedented third in the medals table, fantastic crowds have turned up to watch, huge television viewing figures have been attracted and people young and old have been inspired to somehow get involved.
Children are not being taught the importance, nor the joy, of moving around over sitting over a computer. Team sports can be fun, but too often they turn into a very obvious gauge of success or failure: you're good, you get to go on the top field and play a match. You're not? Well then spend half an hour pushing a ball around with a stick.