By Dr Jayne Caudwell, Bournemouth University The globalisation of football means it can now be found in most parts of the world. It is celebrated as the national sport in… »
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[Above] Steve Smith has borne the brunt of the public and media vitriol over Australian cricket’s ball-tampering scandal. EPA/Muzi Ntombela By Keith Parry, Western Sydney University and Emma Kavanagh, Bournemouth… »
[Above] In happier times: Cameron Bancroft and Steve Smith talk to the media during the victorious Ashes series. AAP/Darren England By Keith Parry, Western Sydney University; Emma Kavanagh, Bournemouth University,… »
Emma Mosley: Transforming stress in athletes: Exploring the psycho-physiological constructs of a positive approach to stress in high performing athletes
Researcher: Emma Mosley My name is Emma Mosley and I am a recent graduate from Bournemouth University. I received a First Class Hons degree in Sport Psychology and Coaching Sciences… »
Dr Richard Shipway looks at how the UK can continue to reap the benefits of hosting the Olympics
During the Olympic and Paralympic Games, School of Tourism staff and students were heavily involved as Games Makers, Torchbearers, volunteers, venue managers and researchers.
The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a cause of great excitement for many in the UK and across the world.
A practicing international athlete as well as a Senior Lecturer in Product Design at The School of Design, Engineering and Computing at Bournemouth University, Bryce Dyer understands the importance of… »