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Read blog posts written by young people about sport.
This weekend a marathon took place in Salzburg, the city in which I’m currently living.
On Sunday 23 April, more than 30,000 people participated in the 2017 London Marathon, running 26.2 miles (42.2 kilometres) around the city centre.
A lot of people in England have a very strong obsession with football. You might even say they are fanatics!
As a teenager, I hated Physical Education lessons. I was not very good at sports, and I hated team sports because I always felt like I was disappointing the rest of the team.
One of the best things about living in Malaga is the perfect bicycle weather.
The snooker final has just been on television and I’m fascinated by it.
I’m sure many of you will be familiar with the New Year’s resolution ‘get fit’.
I’m going skiing this weekend and I’m so excited!
I used to hate running. At secondary school I found it exhausting to run around the sports field and I was always one of the last students to cross the finish line.
Before coming to France one of my biggest worries was that I wouldn’t make French friends.
Everyone needs time out to recharge their battery every now and then, whether it’s reading before bed, doodling in your book whilst trying to study or simply watching TV.
When I was visiting Australia a few weeks ago, I knew I couldn't leave the surf capital of the world without giving it a go myself.
Gaelic football is one of the oldest and most popular sports in Ireland, played by men, women and children all around the country.
I first took an interest in rowing when watching Katherine Grainger at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The British team topped the rowing medal table with 4 golds and 9 medals in total.
OK, confession time! I have never been particularly sporty.
When listing off sports, many would raise their eyebrow at the mention of dance. This is despite the fact that dancers have just as rigorous training regimes as rugby players do, for example.
Squash has always been a sport close to my heart; my dad taught me to play aged 14 and since then I have always found friends or a club to play with.
British children generally learn how to ride a bike at a young age after being taught by their parents. I am an exception to that rule.
I have been in Limoges for a month now. Since living here I have tried to integrate into the local community and one way I have found to do this is by following the local rugby team.
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