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Academics from Sheffield Hallam University have undertaken the first qualitative study capturing the perceptions and experiences of overtraining amongst high-performance strength sport coaches.
Extensive analysis of data on race and ethnicity in sport by academics at Sheffield Hallam University has found that racism and racial inequalities still exist, with longstanding issues leading to ethnically diverse communities being consistently disadvantaged within sport in the UK.
A Sheffield Hallam graduate is aiming to change the lives of young people by challenging the Northern Ireland Department of Health’s ban on children playing sport outdoors during the pandemic.
The only woman to sail solo, non-stop, around the world in both directions, will be delivering an inspiring online guest lecture at Sheffield Hallam University next week.
Students from lower socio-economic groups (SEG) are less likely to participate in sport or physical activity at university, research from Sheffield Hallam University has found.
Sheffield Hallam has teamed up with Sheffield United to strengthen the University’s commitment to supporting sport and physical activity in the region as well as developing new opportunities for students.
Sheffield Hallam University is supporting the development of a new bike park in Hillsborough Park to encourage people of all ages and abilities to get active.
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