Voters need to hold political candidates and their parties to account on sport and recreation issues and advocate for support from provincial and territorial governments.
Policies to protect children in sport have been poorly understood by coaches and sports organisations. What can we do to ensure kids are safe but are also getting the most out of playing sport?
The review was designed to map the trauma experienced in the West Australia Institute of Sport program, examine potential policy failures and recommend ways to make the sport safer.
Record attendance of professional women’s matches show support is higher than at any time in history.
Athletes from multiple NSO’s in Canada are rising up in hurt and anger to denounce toxic cultures and linking arms to demand a respectful, healthy and inclusive sport system for all.
The deadline for formal bids to buy Chelsea FC is March 18. Expect some very rich US businessmen to be in the running.
It may be soft power, but it still packs a punch.
Soccer’s governing body has long sheltered behind a view that the game is apolitical. Sanctioning Russia over invasion exposes why that doesn’t hold.
Vladimir Putin has built a state-led strategy focused on building power and exerting control across the world, through the use of sport.
The benefits of sport for young people include not only health and enjoyment, but also an appreciation of many of the civic values and ethics that make our democracy work.
As the Los Angeles Rams prepare to take on the Cincinnati Bengals, The Conversation takes a critical look at some of the biggest news stories from the past NFL season.
Being a fan can be good for you – even in defeat.
A strong sport system allows for coordinated policy implementation, evaluation and outcomes related to health, citizenship and community development that are accessible and realized for all Canadians.
How clubs and support teams can help deflect the negative impact of social media.
Cold water swimming is increasingly popular, but experts have tips for beginners on how to plunge in.
We analysed data from almost 88,000 matches played over 26 years across 11 major European leagues. This is what we found.
Lamine Diack’s life revolved around politics and sports.
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.