Sports

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Education

BMX teaches a valuable lesson: Success requires hard work and failure

BMX bike riding goes beyond physical fitness; enhancing mental health, social connectedness and personal growth

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Health & Medicine

“Come on, let’s go!” Helping kids find joy in physical activity

When it’s difficult to engage children in sports or active play, here are some ideas to help get kids moving, whatever their ability

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Sciences & Technology

The elite athlete training for an extreme Arctic race in a fridge

An ultra-marathon runner is training in a research refrigerator with a team of engineers ahead of a 230-kilometre Arctic race

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Sciences & Technology

Sports coaches make these seven kinds of decisions

Understanding the seven decision types sports coaches make – with their strengths and pitfalls – can help us all make better choices

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Business & Economics

Think the best footy players earn too much? Here’s why they should be paid more

The pursuit for competitive balance means teams are underpaying AFL’s top players, even those sitting on million-dollar contracts

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Politics & Society

The World Cup is a once-in-a-generation chance to inspire Australia’s kids

The Matildas playing at home in the Women’s World Cup is a unique opportunity to get children – particularly girls – into sport

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Health & Medicine

Nervous nineties or nerves-of-steel nineties?

Cricketers, on the verge of scoring a century, are often described as being in the ‘nervous nineties’ – a new study uses data to sort fact from fiction

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Health & Medicine

Giving everyone the right to sport

Sport and physical activity are designated as human rights, so young people in the justice system need to be equitable access too

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Sciences & Technology

The biometric data that could predict racehorse injury

Linking existing biometric data has the potential to identify and prevent racehorse injuries before they become catastrophic

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Health & Medicine

Sport and that sense of belonging

For young people from disadvantaged families and refugee communities in Australia, participating in sport can help to create pathways to belonging

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