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Read blog posts written by young people about sport.
The town where I live in France (St Amand Montrond) is a little like stepping back in time.
We Brits love rugby. Don’t let people tell you football is our national sport; any decent person will tell you that our hearts belong to the wonderful sport of rugby.
Skateboarding, sport climbing, karate, baseball and surfing – all sports given the go-ahead for the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo.
Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, located in Snowdonia National Park.
How many sports stars can you name? Whether it's five, ten, or thirty, I imagine that 90% of them would be male.
Summer has officially arrived in the UK, and with that means Wimbledon has now hit our screens.
Freedom is a fundamental human right, one which should be valued most highly.
When people think of winter sports, they usually think of ice skating, skiing or snowboarding.
When I was younger, I was very sporty. My dad is an avid runner who greatly influenced me. My great passion between the ages of 11 and 14 was long distance, or cross-country, running.
Being very tall I’m asked on a regular basis if I play basketball. But I have to confess, it’s a sport that has simply passed me by... until now.
Team sports are played, televised, and talked about across the world. However, not much publicity is given to the alternative things that we can do to improve our fitness.
Recently, I got an email from my student union advertising new and exciting things to do in the town of Durham. One option, much to my surprise, was to join the quidditch team!
I do not usually let people down when we've made plans, but when I woke up at 5.30am I didn’t want to go and climb a mountain.
Most people have never heard of Ultimate before. When you say the word Frisbee, you might think of throwing a Frisbee on the beach or in a park or even with your dog.
As a tennis fan, I love watching all the major tournaments on the TV, but there is nothing better than seeing the action close-up.
Wherever you live in the world, you have probably noticed that the Football World Cup 2014 is taking place in Brazil at the moment.
This week, the "Giro d'Italia", a cycling tour of Italy, passed through the region where I am spending my year abroad.
I used to love catching butterflies as a young child. I would holiday down in picturesque Somerset, in the south west of England, with my family in the summer.
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