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Researchers found that circus activities improve movement competencies, confidence and motivation. (© Marie-Andrée Lemire, École nationale de cirque, 2019)

Taking the circus to school: How kids benefit from learning trapeze, juggling and unicycle in gym class

Teaching circus arts — from juggling to trapeze — in physical education classes increased children’s physical literacy, resilience and participation, ​with greater gender equity.
Sha'Carri Richardson celebrates during the U.S. Olympic Track and Field trials on June 18. Shortly after the trials, Richardson was suspended for a month for testing positive for marijuana – a ban that will keep her from competing at the Tokyo Olympics. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Banned from the Tokyo Olympics for pot? Let the athletes decide what drugs should be allowed

In the wake of debate about cannabis, performance-enhancing drugs and the Olympic Games, athlete-driven doping legislation is the way forward.
Le Nigérian, Michael Emenalo (centre), fait partie des rares joueurs ayant réussi à poursuivre sa carrière sportive hors du terrain. Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images

Le sort précaire des footballeurs africains en Europe après leur ultime match

Etant donné l'impact des joueurs africains sur le football européen, il est surprenant que peu d'entre eux réussissent une reconversion, une fois leur carrière sportive sur le terrain achevée.
Bubble life means spending time with different people, to aid psychological recovery, will not be an option for athletes in Tokyo. EVREN KALINBACAK / Alamy Stock Photo

Tokyo 2021: how COVID risks taking the fun out of the games

Strict enforcement of COVID-safe regulations in the Olympic Village could affect athletes’ mental health. Their performance could suffer too
The Badwater Ultra-marathon bills itself as the world’s toughest, covering 217 km from Death Valley National Park to Mount Whitney, California REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonREUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Ultramarathon running: how safe is the sport?

The deadly toll of last month’s mountain race in Gansu province, China, has shaken competitors and fans alike. But is the sport dangerous?
Phil Mickleson uses a rangefinder at the PGA Championship golf tournament. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

How far away are professional golfers from accepting rangefinders in competition?

How psychological factors may have influenced the opinions about the use of rangefinders during the 2021 PGA championships.
Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus returns the ball to Simona Halep of Romania during their semifinal tennis match of the women’s singles WTA Tour Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany in April 2021. (Marijan Murat/Pool via AP)

French Open postponement serves as latest example of tennis players’ struggles during COVID-19

The governing bodies of professional tennis need to do more to prioritize athlete well-being — and there’s no better time to start than now.

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