Our new research shows that children who are physically active every day tend to perform better in exams.
Young people spend too much time sitting still. When they get a chance to move, it should not be stressful.
British cyclist Neil Campbell has set a new men's speed record for slipstreaming behind a car. But his speed of 280km an hour, while breathtaking, has not taken human cycling performance to the limit.
The number of people choosing to become posthumous donors in the UK has reached 25.3m but this is still considerably lower than other countries.
Cricket Australia is providing opportunities for people who, while 'different', can fit in and feel welcomed.
Sport is only one way of being active and it's usually done at particular times and on particular days. Teens should get physical activity throughout the day, every day.
Medicals will be happening left, right and centre ahead of transfer deadline day, here's what a screening actually entails.
When bad weather hits, there's a complex formula organisers turn to to make lost game time fair.
A look at the past results shows there is some advantage to a team playing at home and winning the first game in State of Origin.
The English Premier League was established in 1992 to do exactly what it is now doing.
Want teenagers to be more active? Just talk to them first
Stéphanie Frappart's Ligue 1 appointment is well deserved, but the reasoning behind it seems bregruding.
Arbitration case between athlete Caster Semenya and the IAAF centres on eligibility to compete based on testosterone – but there are other factors in play.
The AFLW has come a long way in a short time. But amid calls for even faster expansion, more games and a longer season, it pays to remember that in footy you shouldn't go too hard, too early.
The boxing gym can be a place for young people to escape street life – but it's also the home of a violent sport.
What experiences do trans people have of recreational sport?
Whistleblowing on doping can and does have life-altering implications for athletes – new research.
Making sport accessible to ordinary people can be achieved if communities take control of their organisations.
Foreign interest in American football tells us a lot about what is happening to sport in the 21st century.
At this year’s Australian Open you’ll see players moving sideways on the Plexicushion surface – which is specially designed to allow players to slide. It’s safer for the players and fun to watch.