Source: World Rowing

World Rowing announces revised 2021 regatta season

Due to changes caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic, World Rowing’s 2021 season has been adapted. These adaptations take into account the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games to 2021 and the cancellations of rowing events in 2020. Following an extensive consultation period with stakeholders including FISA’s Member Federations, Organising Committees and

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Team GB celebrates Olympic Day

This year Team GB will be celebrating Olympic Day on 23 June over five days by encouraging the nation to get active and by promoting the Olympic Values of friendship, excellence and respect. As the United Kingdom continues to operate under the Government’s lockdown guidelines, Team GB will be providing families and schoolteachers with a

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Source: Sarah Voysey

LTA appoints Lucy Shuker as ‘National School Sport Champion’

Ahead of ‘National School Sport Week at Home’ this Monday 22nd June, the LTA have announced that double Paralympic medallist Lucy Shuker has been appointed ‘National School Sport Champion’ for tennis. In partnership with children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust, Lucy will join a group of international athletes from other sports such as cricket, football

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Source: British Sailing

British Youth Sailing unveils Diploma in Sporting Excellence

British Youth Sailing is launching its new Diploma in Sporting Excellence (DiSE) supporting talented and committed young athletes with the potential to be high achievers in sailing. The Level 3 diploma, worth 64 UCAS points, combines sailing and full-time education so participants have the skills, knowledge and competence to pursue sporting excellence alongside education and

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Source: Home Gym Strength

Why Lifting Heavy Is Not Just For Men

When you hear the word “weightlifter,” an image of a large, bulky man probably comes to mind. But in recent years, female weightlifting has certainly been on the rise. Male competitions have been around since the 1800s, and the first women-only competition didn’t take place until 1987. While male weightlifting has always been part of

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Source: Red Bull Content Pool/ Katie Ormerod

Katie Ormerod: My Greatest Challenge

Team GB snowboarder and Red Bull athlete, Katie Ormerod, has been talking to RedBull about her almost two year journey from breaking her heel and having her Olympic dreams dashed in 2018, to becoming the first ever Briton to win a World Cup snowboard title earlier this year. In Katie’s ‘My Greatest Challenge’ piece, she

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Source: Red Bull Content Pool/Mia Veglio-Taylor

Rob Warner meets climbing’s Shauna Coxsey

‘Rob Meets…’ series returns to Red Bull TV for fourth series Rob Warner is back on Red Bull TV to reveal the stories behind adventure and action sports stars in a new series of ‘Rob Meets…’ This time he meets downhill mountain bikers Loïc Bruni and Tahnée Seagrave, cycling all-rounder Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, motocross freestyler Tom

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Source: British Swimming

Medallist Freya Anderson joining British Swimming National Centre

World, European and Commonwealth medallist Freya Anderson is among five Olympic hopefuls joining the British Swimming National Centre based at the University of Bath Sports Training Village. Nineteen-year-old freestyler Anderson will be coached full-time by David McNulty after spending time in Bath over the past 12 months as part of a phased transition from her

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