As the postponement of grassroots sport rolls on with no discernible end in sight, there is an increasing amount of
Manchester skatepark Pumpcage set to roll out priceless adult-only tuition… as MM find out first hand
Pumpcage skatepark under the Mancunian Way will be launching its first ever adults skateboarding lessons on May 2 with weekly sessions running every Wednesday thereafter. The sessions cost £8 for two hours.
A Manchester charity that encourages young people to get active has secured £250,000 of funding from Sport England.
Sale Harrier Jona Efoloko was able to toast a job well done at the Sainsbury’s 2015 School Games after leaving with a gold medal to show for his efforts.
The women-only programme was introduced in Manchester at Alexandra Park on Tuesday April 28 where girls took part in some sessions with Keothavong and CEO of Women in Sport Ruth Holdaway.
Former world champion gymnast Beth Tweddle is gearing up to launch her own 10-week programme for children aged between 2-7 in collaboration with Total Fitness and Waterside Hotel and Leisure Club from March 13-15.
Craven faced a familiar opponent in gym partner Calvin Pattinson but eventually got the better of him in a close encounter.
It’s a Breeze: Manchester ladies encouraged to saddle up and pedal five-mile ride as part of British Cycling scheme
Women across Greater Manchester are being encouraged to sit in the saddle and pedal their way on a five-mile bike-themed treasure hunt aimed at getting more females into cycling.
I Will If You Will: Corrie star Jennie McAlpine urges fellow Bury women to get active as part of fitness campaign
Corrie star Jennie McAlpine is urging fellow Bury women to ‘make a pledge’ and get active as part of the I Will If You Will fitness campaign
Nottingham pipped Manchester and Portsmouth to win the right to stage a £1.6million two-year pilot project aimed at testing ways of getting more people playing football regularly
City of Football title would get youths out for a kickabout on Manchester streets, promises footy chief
Manchester is confident that a focus on youth will see it named England’s first City of Football next week.