15 December 2019
| THE HEARTBEAT OF WOMEN'S SPORT
  • Hockey
    Inspired by Rio? Get Started – Hockey

    You might not have picked up a hockey stick since your school days, but if you fancy giving it a go again read our guide to a sport that will give you a great work out and...

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    Event: Tough Mudder…in a wheelchair?

    Over a breezy weekend in Yorkshire, around 13,000 brave Mudders descended upon the usually peaceful Broughton Hall Estate in Yorkshire to take on the fourth UK Tough Mudder of 2013 – the military style obstacle course.

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Have Your Say: Is it time women played five sets?

    The US Open begun this week and the best players in the world have congregated in North America for the hardcourt swing. And with women’s tennis at its peak level in popularity, the time is right to...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Sportsister meets Katherine Grainger

    Being kidnapped by Katherine Grainger was definitely the last thing I had expected when meeting the Olympic Rowing Champion earlier this week.

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Event: Poole Beach Swim

    With the race HQ in the stunning beachside Sandbanks Hotel and a swim course that tracks the coast down the Sandbanks peninsula and back, this really is sea swimming at its best.

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Event Review: The Color Run

    London was at its most colourful last Sunday (14 July) as 15,000 people jogged, walked, and danced their way round the five kilometre course of The Color Run.

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Boxing: Nicola Adams, “Views have changed on women boxing”

    Britain’s first female boxing gold medallist Nicola Adams (pictured) says attitudes towards women taking part in the sport have changed since London 2012. “I’m always getting tweets from girls saying they’ve taken up boxing because they’ve seen me...

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Have your say: History matters

    History and tradition have a big role in top level sport. Where would the Olympics be without its history, or the FA Cup, of The Ashes, or the Lions?

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Rachel Yankey ‘I know how much better England could be’

    Today, Rachel Yankey will become England’s most capped football player if she plays against Japan to gain her 126th cap. In doing so Rachel will surpass Peter Shilton’s old record of 125 caps and make history.

    • Posted 6 years ago
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    Triathlon: Edwina Brocklesby becomes Britain’s oldest Ironman triathlete

    After completing one of the world’s most challenging Ironman courses, 70 year old Edwina Brocklesby has broken the record to become Britain’s oldest Ironman triathlete finisher in history.

    • Posted 7 years ago
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