THE legacy of the Olympics in Wales will form part of a new study.
A consultation has been launched by the Welsh Government.
As well as examining the Olympic and Paralympic legacy, it will ask to what extent it and Sport Wales are achieving their goals.
The opportunities and barriers to sports participation that exist for different groups of people will also be examined.
"The Olympics and the Paralympics had a profound effect on the whole country and the performances of our Welsh competitors were inspirational," said Christine Chapman AM, chairwoman of the Communities, Equality and Local Government Committee.
"But the roar of the crowds has since faded and the committee wants to find out how that inspiration and enthusiasm has been harnessed and capitalised on.
"We will also examine what progress the Welsh Government has made in increasing participation in sport and what opportunities and barriers exist for different groups of people."