Archive for July, 2015

EUROPLASMA BOOSTS DEVELOPMENT OF DWR NANOCOATING TECHNOLOGY FOR OUTDOOR & SPORTING

Belgium based Europlasma, a world leader in low pressure plasma technology, is proud to present during OutDoor 2015 its disruptive DWR nanocoating technology to a selection of premium brands  in outdoor and sporting. The DWR nanocoating is based upon Europlasma’s Nanofics® technology platform. Nanofics® refers to nanoscaled functionalization into the core of complex shaped materials […]

DUCKS THE WAY TO ASHES GLORY

Ducks will be the order of the day when cricket fans across the Midlands aim to get their hands on tickets for the 3rd Investec Ashes Match this week – all in the name of charity. Cricket supporters heading to the Birmingham Bears’ NatWest T20 Blast match with Lancashire Lightning at Edgbaston on Friday will […]

Join big wave surfer Andrew Cotton on the ultimate surfing adventure with Sharp’s Brewery

People across the country have an awesome chance to join one of the UK’s leading big wave surfers and his crew, to witness some of the world’s most gigantic XXL waves in either Portugal or Ireland, thanks to Cornwall’s Sharp’s Brewery. Devon-based Andrew Cotton has just returned from an intensive five day training trip to […]

TOUR DE FRANCE 2015 Vuillermoz delivers first French win

Alexis Vuillermoz delivers the first French stage victory of the 2015 Tour de France one year after another AG2R-La Mondiale, Blel Kadri, paved the way for his compatriots one year ago. He counter-attacked after an acceleration by Chris Froome 800 metres before the top of Mûr de Bretagne and surprised Dan Martin who started his […]

TOUR DE FRANCE 2015 Rodriguez King of the Mur, Froome back in yellow

The 2012 winner of the Flèche wallonne Joaquim «Purito» Rodriguez of Katusha found the way to glory again atop the Mur de Huy on a crash marred stage. Runner up Chris Froome (Sky) took the yellow jersey with an advantage of only one second over Tony Martin (Etixx-Quick Step) who missed out on the lead […]

Tommy Langford crowned WBO Inter-Continental champ on Independence Day in Dublin

Tommy Langford extended his unbeaten run to 13-0 and collected the vacant WBO Inter-Continental middleweight title in Dublin on American Independence Day. The 25-year-old sharp-shooter from Birmingham stopped Mexican opponent, Julio Cesar Avalos in the fourth round at the National Stadium in Ireland’s capital city. “It’s a great title to get and it’s my first […]

New Physical Literacy training targets primary school children – and their PE teachers

‘Physical literacy is as important as numeracy and word literacy,’ says Let Me Play MD Matthew Lord Leading youth training organisation Let Me Play is going into primary schools as major survey reveals that one in three pupils ‘hate exercise’ and are at risk of starting secondary school without basic movement skills a third of […]

Lionesses have done our game and country proud – Football Foundation

The Football Foundation paid tribute to the England Women’s team on their recent success at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. The UK’s largest sport charity, which focuses on investing in our grassroots game, said that the performances and the spirit that the team displayed over the last month has raised the profile […]