Tag Archives: Sport

ADHD: A sporting ability?

ADHD is a neurological disorder which causes behavioural difficulties such as fidgeting and loss of concentration. However, for many sufferers, taking part in sport is a huge help to them.

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Tennis serves up inspiration in Nottingham

Former British number one, Greg Rusedski has been in Nottingham to encourage more people to take up tennis ahead of the Aegon Open in June.

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CPRISA World Games: Nottingham to Host Global Cerebral Palsy Sport Competition

Contestants from around the world will descend upon Nottingham this summer, to take part in sports ranging from 7-a-side football to athletics and cycling.

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Pole Dancing: The new fitness craze with a not so sordid history.

Pole dancing is widely known for its links with the sex industry. Its fitness benefits have led to an increase in the sport’s popularity, despite the stigmas it carries. .

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Golfers prepare to tee off in the dark at Edwalton Golf Centre

Glow in the dark golf will be taking place in Nottingham next week at Edwalton Golf Centre as a way of encouraging younger people to get more involved with the sport.

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Freedman: ‘I’m not a miracle worker’

New Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman says he’s ‘not a miracle worker’ and may take the whole of his 18 month contract to turn the club around.

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Nottingham Forest loses manager and chief executive

Dougie Freedman has stepped in as the new Nottingham Forest manager after the sacking of Stuart Pearce and chief executive Paul Faulkner has resigned.

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