Posts Tagged ‘sports blog’

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 […]

Gran Fondo Conwy, 2016

Entries for the stunning, spring sportive – the Gran Fondo Conwy, 2016 opened Friday (12th June) at Midday! Register for the event before Friday 26th June 2015 and receive a 10% discount off the event entry fee! Furthermore if you sign up in the AAHE Store you will receive an additional 10% discount – an amazing offer not […]

Helly Hansen DRY REVOLUTION Base layer t-shirt

A short sleeve technical top with seamless construction for ultimate comfort & function. For sports men and women, a base layer is essential when the weather is cool or cold. During winter months all athletes will at some point wear a base layer for training or events. Shorts, leggings, long and short sleeve tops all […]

New women’s 10K to extend to Birmingham in 2014

An exciting new women’s only running event will take place in Birmingham for the first time next year. Birmingham is one of ten carefully selected locations across the UK where the Women’s Running 10k will be held in 2014. The Birmingham leg of the race series, which is now in its second year, will start […]

THE FIRST EVER UK L’EROICA OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED for 20-22 JUNE 2014

L’Eroica, the famous historic Tuscan bike tour known as ‘the most handsome bike race in the World’ is coming to the UK. L’Eroica Britannia has been named to make iconic British history in the Peak District National Park in June 2014. L’Eroica Britannia happens three weeks before the Grand Départ of The Tour de France […]

Helly Hansen Beauty and the Beast trail marathon challenge 2013

The Helly Hansen Beauty and the Beast trail marathon challenge is back for 2013! You can enter as a single runner or in teams of up to six and run the full marathon, or half marathon: Expect a varied, hilly and fully marked, trail route situated within one of the UK’s most beautiful sporting event […]

Should Warren Gatland receive a knighthood?

After guiding the British and Irish Lions to victory down under against Australia, there have been calls from across the nation to see Warren Gatland receive a knighthood. Warren Gatland has coached his Welsh team to several Six Nations grand slams, stolen a grand slam from rivals England, and brought Wales to the brink of […]

Mr Robins.. Heartbreaker

Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins has told BBC Sport that he was “the most embarrassed I have been as a manager” after his first league game in charge of his new club. The game ended in a 6-1 defeat away to Nottingham Forest, which followed closely on the heels of his first game in charge of […]

Munin Sports data-feedback Football App

Munin Sports from Denmark have recently created the first app that provides football players of all ages with data-feedback on their technical performance when they place their smartphone in a protected cradle on the patented rebounder m-station TALENT. Munin are passionate about football and computer games and their mission has been to combine the motivational elements […]

Motorcycle Sport in the UK

Motor Sport is popular across the world and is split between four wheels and two. The later, Motorcycle Sport has a very rich and proud history. The first motorcycles started being manufactured in the second half of the 19th century and came about as a result of the  “safety bicycle,” which is a bicycle with […]