Badminton remains as popular as ever

According to a study carried out by ESPN, badminton is the second most popular sport in England behind football. Solent men’s badminton player Franklyn Lobo says: “I have always had a long attachment to sport watching it on television, and badminton in particular is good for your fitness and good for you mind as well.” Great Britain badminton was given […]

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Will Quidditch make the Olympic Games in the future

Quidditch has come along way since the birth of the fictional sport when the book series debuted in 1997. Quidditch now boasts an international governing body and teams in over 20 countries. There are multiple professional competitions similar to other recognised sports like football, for example a Quidditch World Cup and European Championships. Karen Kimaki, tournament director of the European […]

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The Gunners lead the race for the top 4

Arsenal leapfrog both Manchester United and Tottenham in the Premier League and are now third with seven games to go. This was after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Newcastle which saw goals from both Aaron Ramsey and Alexandre Lacazette. The Gunners have hit form at the perfect time and now look favourites to claim that all important top four spot. […]

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White Hart Lane Re-born

Tottenham played their first game in the new state of the art 62,000-seater stadium on Sunday. Although the stadium was six months late, it has lived up to big expectations and has been branded as ‘the most beautiful stadium in the world.’ There were some minor problems, for example not all of the 1,800 high definition televisions worked. An under […]

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The problem with young people and screen time

The new Sport England boss has outlined that in this day and age parents are in a constant battle trying to reduce the amount of time young people spend on screens. Sport England is a sporting body aiming to help improve grassroots sport and participation across the country Sports coach sam Hooley has his say on the matter: “I think […]

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Concussion is a rising problem in Rugby

Concussion is prominent in the game of rugby and has been on a constant rise over the last six years. Brain experts have looked into the relationship of rugby and concussion and found that, there is 20.9 cases of concussion per 1000 hours of play, nearly one case a game. There is currently not a set solution for this problem […]

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Rosberg left frustrated at the Hungarian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg has displayed his disappointment in the safety car during the Hungarian Grand  Prix in Budapest. Rosberg was initially leading the race but then ended up being caught behind the safety car, this allowed those behind him to pit first and therefore catch him up. After the race Rosberg said: “Just the safety car, it didn’t even come out […]

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