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Rooting for all our sports

Published on October 14th, 2013 | by Elliot Monahan

Culture is one of the biggest inspirations used in the creation of any art form, especially at the University of the Arts. More than ever, sports culture influences people’s creative outputs. Basketball, a sport with a... Read More


Brazilian futsal fans' choreography during a national team home game

UK soccer moves to benefit from Brazilian futsal

Published on October 14th, 2013 | by Raoni Medina

Brazilian football is recognised for the tradition and unique style of its players and the nation is praised for creating the beautiful game, having accumulated five World Cup trophies. Much of the key to Brazilian success... Read More


baseball player

We all speak the same language on the pitch

Published on May 9th, 2013 | by Randy Brenzen

Arts London News reporter Randy Brenzen crossed the Atlantic to London but remains faithful to the North American sport. My passion for baseball began while growing up in Canada. Never once did I expect that I... Read More


Aerial yoga

The new thing: Aerial yoga

Published on May 8th, 2013 | by Nina Reschovsky

Arts London News reporter Nina Reschovsky goes up in the air with the latest exercise trend. My body is airborne, dangling upside down from the ceiling, supported by a mere piece of fabric. I kind of... Read More


Pit stops and polarisation

Published on February 26th, 2013 | by Sam Rowntree

It takes a while to get Darren Heath to pose for a photo next to his picture of Ayrton Senna as he scrubs an inconsiderate fingerprint mark off the frame with a tissue, but it is... Read More


Paralympic legacy on track

Published on February 26th, 2013 | by Kane Tuckwell

The 2012 Paralympic Games sold more tickets, was broadcast to more people than ever before and in many ways eclipsed the London Olympic Games. In the run up to the Games, emphasis was placed on the... Read More

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Wrestling with a university degree

Published on February 26th, 2013 | by Ben Bailey

Glasgow Caledonian University student and professional wrestler Noam Dar is a unique individual. By day the teenage Scot is the archetypal student, studying for a social sciences degree, but come nightfall he becomes an entertainer, plying... Read More


A sporting chance to study in the US

Published on February 19th, 2013 | by Kane Tuckwell

Nowadays most undergraduates have to accept that they will spend around £9,000 a year on tuition fees, rent and travel. For Jack Bailey that is not something he has to think about. When Bailey left for... Read More

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