Sports medicine specialists say governments across the UK have squandered the chance to create an Olympic legacy of fitness.
Their conference in London is calling for mandatory "physical literacy" tests in schools, alongside reading and maths.
They say this could help children with health problems and identify future sports stars.
Unions and the Youth Sport Trust say tests would be counter-productive.
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