New research sheds light on the reasons why many people dislike sport in a sport-mad nation.
Drive to Survive is one of the streamer’s most successful shows.
It’ll take more than the removal of ‘no ball games’ signs to get children moving. The real barriers to children’s participation in sport are structural: racism, misogyny and classism.
The prevalence of bullying in sports poses a threat to sport participation, demanding a proactive approach to address the issue.
While many initially balk at violence prevention programs aimed at boys and men, these programs reduce the likelihood of abuse and improve the chances of bystanders intervening on behalf of victims.
When Six Nations’ broadcasting deal with the BBC and ITV ends in 2025, there are fears the tournament could move to a subscription service.
A plans for ‘Enhanced Games’ with no restrictions on performance-enhancing drugs would be bad for athletes and for sport itself.
New guidelines from the Australian Institute of Sport recommend players in youth and community sport are sidelined for three weeks after a concussion. Here’s why.
Jürgen Klopp may have left Liverpool FC but the legacy of his honesty about mental health and wellbeing will endure.
We are witnessing an overdue shift towards normalizing male athletes seeking help and gradually speaking more openly and vulnerably about mental health.
Hockey Canada has a new board and CEO, but it won’t make a difference unless the systemic issues are addressed through our sport leadership and governance structures.
In both mainstream and Indigenous communities across Canada, sport is neither inherently good nor bad. Rather, it is a tool that must be used responsibly.
The policy was announced in response to a report that found a culture of “catastrophic safeguarding failures”.
People with disability gain many benefits from being physically active, from greater movement to improved mental health. But options for community-based physical activity are limited.
Despite hosting the 2023 Pan American Games and electing a president with a progressive agenda, Chile continues to grapple with entrenched economic inequality.
COVID was a ‘gendered pandemic’, with women carrying very different burdens to men. A three-year New Zealand research project aimed to overcome the urge to forget, and provide lessons for the future.
To better measure their activity and become members of a sports community, many amateur athletes are adopting smartwatches and digital tools. But others are giving them up.
Summer in Australia is often set to the soundtrack of a Test cricket match. That sentimentality can get in the way of seeing cricket for what it is: a hyper-commercial cash machine.
The International Olympic Committee has ruled politically-neutral individual athletes are eligible, but some nations aren’t happy about it.
The government has released a discussion paper for the latest national sport strategy. Will this one be more effective than previous attempts? Probably not.