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It has come to the attention of the refereeing commission and BOD that in some competitions being held around the country there are various versions of the competition rules being used, in particular the new IJF rules are known to have been used in different ways.
With the opening of the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games less than 10 months away, the British Olympic Association (BOA) today hosted a planning workshop with Team Leaders and Performance Directors from the winter-sport National Governing Bodies that will come together to form Team GB for the upcoming Winter Games. The workshop was held at Loughborough University and also included representatives from UK Sport, the Home Country Sport Institutes and Team GB Official Partner adidas.Generic Tags: Sochi 2014
There isn’t a better way to spend time with your mother.” So dust off your old canoe, tandem sea kayak, inflatable or what have you and hit your local waterway with matriarch in tow. If you don’t have the skills to pull it off alone, you can also check with your local shop or paddling club; chances are they, too, have a special outing lined up to celebrate Mom. Following is a sampling of organized Mother’s Day tours you’ll find across the country, er Motherland…
William Fox-Pitt talks about the the Cross Country Ahead of his Two Rides.
After two days of Dressage William Fox-Pitt holds a convincing lead on Chilli Morning with Cross Country still to come.
DOUBLE Olympic champion dropped out just before his planned exit at the halfway stage after a blistering start
A rally of eight gold medals on the last day of competition propelled Nigeria to the top of the medals table in the maiden Africa Youth Athletics Championships (AYAC 2013) which concluded at the Warri Township Stadium on Sunday. Nigeria thus finished in first position ahead of the over 30 countries on parade at the Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) sanctioned event which saw young African athletes gather in South-South Nigeria for the four-day championships. The final table released…
Stevie Morrison is adamant that behind their winter of struggle can come strength – and success – as he and Ben Rhodes get set for their first regatta since the London 2012 Olympics. The British duo finished fifth in the 49er at London 2012 last summer and improvement of four places on their finish from their debut Games on the waters of Qingdao in 2008.
Great Britain ice hockey coach Tony Hand is determined to accentuate the positives of his team’s failure to qualify for next year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi. Hand knows the odds were stacked against his inexperienced team and believes reaching such an advanced stage of qualifying gives hope for the future, as he prepares his squad for next month’s IIHF World Championships in Hungary. “The guys did magnificently to get as far as they did and that was a huge boost for us,” he said.Generic Tags: Sochi 2014