Sport (UK magazine)

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This article is about the British sports magazine. For the American magazine also called SPORT, see SPORT magazine.
Sport
Sport frontpage no52.JPG
Cover of Sport, Issue No. 230
Editor-in-Chief Simon Caney
Categories General Sports magazine
Frequency Weekly (Fridays)
Publisher UTV Media
Total circulation
(June 2013)
305,684[1]
First issue 29 September 2006
Country United Kingdom (London-wide)
Language English
Website sport-magazine.co.uk

Sport is a free London-based weekly sports magazine covering a wide range of events such as football, rugby, tennis and cricket, and contains exclusive interviews with various sports personalities.

Primarily aimed at professional males aged 20-45, Sport has a circulation of 304,700 making it the largest sports magazine in the UK.

It is given to commuters outside railway and London Underground stations and is also available in sports clubs and hotels. The Editor-in-Chief is Simon Caney.

It started in France in 2003 as a free monthly and in March 2004 as a weekly. The London edition started on 29 September 2006, the first of its type in the UK and was sold to talkSPORT owners UTV Media in 2009.

In 2011 the magazine launched an iPad app version, with the full print edition available for download each week plus video and audio features.


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