From cheerleading to rugby, sports have always been segregated within genders. But is this all changing as more and more sports become mixed gender? By Emily Potter, Rachel Milling and Laura Norman-Phipps With Special Thanks To: BU Falcons Gordon Horsley Oakmeadians RFC Ladies Natalie Carr Music credit: “New Adventures” by Tortex is licensed under […]
An exploration into the world of male dominated activities including skateboarding and gaming. We spoke to people within these areas and the women breaking the mould by going against the stereotypes.
Disabled football has surged in popularity within the UK in the last few years – yet people still don’t know their local teams. Findings from the Sport England Active People Survey show 14% increase in the amount of FA affiliated disabled teams, participation rising by 15,000 people and three international tournaments devoted to wheelchair football. […]
Confidence has been a potential barrier in the development of a new inclusive disability sports league, looking to promote disabled sports within the Dorset area. A recent partnership between AFC Bournemouth, The Premier League and Bournemouth University has seen the development of a disability-inclusive sporting league, providing sporting opportunities for all ages and abilities. However, […]
A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter, coach and a founder of Ippon Gym Jeff Lawson went to Lisbon alongside with other 9 Bournemouth based MMA artists. A team came back with 3 medals: Max Antonowicz won silver leaving his teammate Alistair Gavan with a bronze medal in the same division and Jeff Lawson himself got bronze […]
Watch sitting volleyball and hear what the players have to say about inclusive sport and the affect of the Olympic legacy. part of the Unique Sports project