The fan-led review into the English leagues could be a game changer.
Physical activity and sport are important in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. However, there are barriers to these activities for some communities. How can this be addressed?
The sporting world is finally opening up for all athletes.
A love of mathematics could help sports stars solve problems on court.
What are the best recommendations that would help mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission in sport and recreation facilities?
Sponsorship is key to holding some of the most popular events in the world.
More cups, more goals, more money?
In a world where transhumanists seek to use technology to save humanity, and even to defeat death, surfing reminds humans of our staggering insignificance.
Sport turned out to be an ideal lens to bridge the geographic and cultural challenges American university students face in empathising with African experiences.
Electric bikes allow riders to go much further and faster in the countryside – and this has led to a lot of concern from mountain bikers.
Clubs should not ignore the human side of buying and selling players.
A new book explores physical culture in a social and historical context, focusing on colonial settings.
The cancellation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community events such as NAIDOC, but the continuation of sporting events, reminds us sport is prioritised over art and culture.
When will an African country host the Olympic Games?
Teaching circus arts — from juggling to trapeze — in physical education classes increased children’s physical literacy, resilience and participation, with greater gender equity.
A plethora of sport betting operators will now enter the Canadian market and contribute to the economy through consumer betting and marketing partnerships. But what are the risks?
Euro 2020 was full of successes for this team, we shouldn’t forget that.
An exploration of Pillay’s life dispels the notion of weightlifters and body builders as lacking political agency. His legacy created opportunities for other sports people.
The racist abuse of sports heroes in Europe has a long, ugly history.
England has often seen itself as a sporting underdog, it’s time that changed.