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The benefits of athletics in schools

<p> <p>With one in three children obese or overweight when they leave primary school, there is a growing need for physical education (PE) to be prioritised in schools.</p>

The benefit of New Sports to Rio Olympics 2016

<p> <p>The Rio Olympics 2016 will be the first Games to feature Golf and Rugby 7s. Both sports were accepted back into the Olympic movement in 2009, and since then, there has been speculation on what the new inclusions will bring to the Olympics.</p>

The diet of an Olympic swimmer

<p>The Rio Olympic Games 2016 is swiftly approaching and in preparation for the huge event, Olympic athletes will already be following a strict diet and exercise regime to enable them to perform at their very best at the Games.</p> <p>

5 reasons why Jamie Vardy should play in Euro 2016

<p>Jamie Vardy could never have predicted his incredible rise to fame. Playing in the Conference for Fleetwood Town in 2012, four years later and he has just signed a new &pound;80,000-a-week contract at Leicester City.</p> <p>

The history of the Six Nations Championship

<p> <p>As the English rugby team travelled to Swansea on a dreary day in 1882, few could have realised the importance of the occasion. England&apos;s subsequent victory against Wales sparked the beginnings of a tournament that has since become the pride of the northern hemisphere.</p>

Johanna Konta and British women's tennis

<p>The world is still buzzing from the news of Johanna Konta&apos;s recent semi-final achievement in the Australian Open in Melbourne.&nbsp;Newitts takes a look below at Johanna Konta&apos;s achievement and what it could mean for women&apos;s tennis in the future.</p>

Will the new Government strategy improve sport participation in England?

<p>In July 2015, the government launched a consultation document to tackle the fall in sport participation across the country. Sports Minister Tracey Crouch stressed that funding must be better targeted towards the drop in people participating in regular exercise following the post-2012 Olympics surge.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Keeping Fit In Space

<p>On 15th of December 2015, millions of people watched as British Astronaut, Tim Peake, launched into space aboard Principia and became Britain&apos;s first official astronaut to fly to the International Space Station (ISS).</p> <p>

Christmas Gift Ideas to Help You Keep Fit This Winter

<p>Staying fit during the winter months can prove difficult. As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, it&apos;s hard to find the motivation to actually leave the house. The thought of attending an exercise class or the gym, or going for a run in the cold becomes far less appealing.</p> <p>

England's Next Rugby Coach Discussed

<p> <p>This week, Stuart Lancaster left his post as England&rsquo;s head coach by mutual consent. The decision followed his poor performance in the Rugby World Cup 2015, which saw England knocked out of the tournament at the pool stages after defeats to Wales and Australia.</p>

7 Benefits of Post-Natal Pilates

<p>Exercising post-birth can be a complex issue, particularly if you&apos;ve had a difficult labour. Many mums are keen to return to their pre-pregnancy weight too quickly following birth, so it is important to take the necessary steps to ease back into exercise sensibly.</p> <p>

Klitschko versus Tyson: The ongoing debate

<p>News emerged earlier this month to confirm that the postponed fight of Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko will take place a month later on 28th November at the Espirit Arena in Dusseldorf.</p> <p>

A Guide to Keeping Hydrated During Exercise

<p>Many people are unaware of the affects that dehydration can have on your body. When we exercise, our body has the potential to lose over one litre of fluid an hour, depending on how long and hard the exercise regime.</p>

The Rugby World Cup 2015

<p>The Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to kick off this Friday when England play Fuji at Twickenham Stadium. The Rugby World Cup is the largest global sporting event behind the Olympic Games and the Football World Cup, and it is estimated that around 3 million fans will travel to the games from across the globe.</p> <p>

PliFix Grass Marking Tufts

<p>PliFix Grass Marking Tufts&nbsp;are synthetic plastic marking strands of grass implants for marking out pitches. In addition, they also have lots of uses outside sports markings.</p>


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