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Analysis of Olympic host nation advantage and how it impacted Japan’s performance at Tokyo 2020 has revealed the country performed ‘particularly well’ despite the event taking place behind closed doors. The data also indicates that France can expect to finish fifth in the medal table at the Paris 2024 Games.
A new study has found that the consumption of polyphenol‐rich plant-based food helps to reduce muscle damage up to 96 hours after exercise for scenarios where rapid recovery is key.
Leading women in business, engineering and sport, pioneers in sustainable design and public health experts addressing inequality are set to receive honorary doctorates from Sheffield Hallam University.
Helping Sheffield United to outperform their competitors is the aim of a new partnership with Sheffield Hallam University which will boost player development and create student placement opportunities.
Grassroots physical activity providers have shown ‘resilience, determination and passion’ during the Covid-19 pandemic but requires support to recover to pre-pandemic levels.
Students and staff are volunteering to provide Covid-19 testing for spectators at the World Snooker Championship.
The experiences of female skateboarders, their sense of identity and their place in the skateboarding community are to be studied as part of a new project by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University and Nottingham Trent University (NTU).
Sheffield Hallam's lead strength and conditioning coach has been awarded the Community Coach of the Year accolade by British Weight Lifting (BWL).
Sporting students at Sheffield Hallam University have donated hundreds of items to local foodbanks and run thousands of miles in aid of charity to do their bit to help those most in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sheffield Hallam University is launching a PhD study with FIFA to explore the dynamics of how new types of footballs behave and interact with different playing surfaces, to help improve the game and inform football governance.
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