This week is Learning Disability Week, bringing people with and without a learning disability together. The awareness week is an opportunity to learn about learning disabilities and celebrate inclusion.
Today is International Yoga Day. Whether you know your downward dog from your warrior pose or not, the ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice is one that’s well worth embracing. Originating in India about 2,000 years ago, yoga is good for building strength, flexibility and for clearing your mind, decreasing stress and helping you unwind […]
Kieran Canning, originally from Airdrie, is living the DREAM. Based in Madrid, he’s the Spanish sports correspondent for AFP (Agence France-Presse), a major French news agency. His day is consumed by sport – mostly football – and he’s covered some of the biggest events the sporting calendar has to offer. He’s currently in Rio chasing […]
All eyes are on Rio tonight for the opening of the 2016 Olympic Games. Across 16 days, a record-breaking 11,000 athletes will compete to win glory for their home country in 28 Olympic Sports , and the eyes of the world will be watching. Inspired to take part? We’ve selected some exciting Olympic events you can […]
She’s an athlete, model, performer, brand ambassador, feminist and role model for sportspeople everywhere. Serena Williams smashed her way to Wimbledon victory on Sunday by winning her 22nd Grand Slam title, bringing her into a tie for Open era record on Grand Slam singles titles. But Serena hasn’t just been killing it on centre court. She recently spoke […]
Radio 1’s Chris Stark and Scott Mills have caused a stir with their alternative football commentary for BBC’s Euro 2016 semi-final coverage, France versus Germany. Here we pop into the commentary box to scream, shout, sweat, cry and squeal with the world’s top commentators. Let’s start with Iceland…. “NEVER WAKE ME UP! WE ARE NEVER GOING […]