Archive for June, 2014

Hyperice Back Wrap ideal for Sportsmen and Women

If you are a keen sports person you will know all about the aches and pains that can set in after strenuous exercise. Muscle fatigue and tightness can leave you feeling uncomfortable after a hard work-out. Some people will have the benefit or a sports massage, and while this is always recommended if you feel […]

Official 2014 FIFA World Cup app available to download for free

The official FIFA World Cup™ app has launched with exclusive coverage from Brazil 2014, meaning fans can take the world’s biggest event with them wherever they go. The app, first released in December 2013, has been fully updated ready for the opening match of the tournament. The official app for Brazil 2014 is the essential […]

Strong showing by Tom Coronel in 2014 FIA WTCC races Moscow

Moscow, 8 June, 2014 – In qualifying for the tenth and eleventh round of the FIA WTCC, Tom Coronel didn’t manage to repeat his good performance from free practice in which he ended up third and fifth. On his decisive flying qualifying lap, he had to cope with massive oversteer in his ROAL Motorsport Chevrolet […]

red24 Offers 2014 FIFA World Cup Rio Security Package

With interest in the FIFA World Cup reaching fever pitch, it is good to know that crisis management and travel safety specialists red24 is offering a comprehensive security package to football fans travelling to Brazil for one of the world’s biggest sporting events. The package provides access to daily email alerts about any potential security […]

Study reveals high number of spinal fractures in rugby players

Professional rugby players have a higher risk of fractures to the spine than previously recognised, research by academics at Leeds Metropolitan University has revealed. The study, the first of its kind, assessed professional players from both codes of rugby and found abnormal levels of fractures, potentially reflecting the impact of repeated collisions over time, suggesting […]

Tennis First fills funding gap

Tennis First, the charity that supports some of the UK’s top young tennis players, has provided more than £250,000 in funding to junior players in the past two grant periods – with plans to offer even more money this year. The charity, which was launched in 1999, identifies and provides financial support to players that […]