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We try…Meta-Row at Metabolic London

As we come to the end of week two in our #30for30 campaign, new classes and fitness inspiration have been very welcome here in the Sport & Fitness team. Partly because we love trying the latest creations of course, but …

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We try…wheelchair basketball at the Olympic Park

It’s not every day that you get the opportunity to play a sport you’ve never tried before in an Olympic venue. So, we jumped at the chance to try our hand at wheelchair basketball in a corporate challenge put on …

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We try…Ride Republic – examining the rise of cardio by candlelight

It’s amazing the excuses we come out with to avoid exercising, but for those of us who shy away in fear of how others perceive us working out – we better find another reason. That is due to an increase in …

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Is a world title fight on the cards for Britain’s Anthony Joshua?

Saturday 12th December was an evening full of surprises – Bournemouth kicked on from their win against champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge by taking down Manchester United at home, UFC’s Conor McGregor knocked out Jose Aldo in a record 13 …

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Mourinho the (not so) special one?

Well, well, well. Who saw this coming? Chelsea sat in 17th place after five games, losing as many matches in that time as they did during the entirety of their title-winning heroics last season. There was always a danger of …

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NFL Franchise in London – pipe dream or reality?

Historically it’s been “America’s Game” – but for how much longer? American Football’s popularity is growing here in the UK year-on-year. It’s a sport I’ve grown up watching, with my family being based stateside for four years, but now it …

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Can Golf’s Golden Boy Complete The Grand Slam?

With The Masters upon us, one plot-line has been dominating the build-up – whether 2015 is the year that world no.1 Rory McIlroy finally wins at Augusta. It’s a course which is made for his high soft draw, and yet …

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Concussion in sport on a collision course

  What a cracking start to the Six Nations it was two weekends ago. A dominant second half performance from England ensured a famous comeback win over Wales in Cardiff and the all-important bragging rights heading into a World Cup, …

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Will Chelsea regret letting Lampard walk come end of the season?

Super Frankie Lampard. A loyal servant to the club for 14 years, the fan favourite and Chelsea legend has moved on to pastures new. With a CV to marvel at having won all major honours, Frank can officially call himself …

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