Osteoporosis literally means ‘Porous Bones’. It occurs when the rate of bone renewal does not match the rate of breakdown, eventually resulting in weak, brittle bones. Osteoporosis has no symptoms unless you break or fracture a bone, and many individuals do not realise they have the condition until this happens. Too often, people are diagnosed with osteoporosis years after they have had the condition, if they are diagnosed at all: This is too late for them to have the most effective treatment.
Great results for our Performance Sport – Judo team in the Under 23 European Championships.
Last night we had our first ever Girls Primary School Football Festival.
Our first Girls Primary School Football Festival was a great success last night with 7 schools and 63 girls attending. It was fantastic to create a positive first experience for young girls, providing them with a pathway into grassroots FA Affiliated clubs in the local area.
Great results for our Performance Sport Rowing teams at Wallingford, Oxfordshire last weekend. Finishing 3rd in Open 8+ Band 2, which consisted of so many crews our team will undoubtedly be competing for spaces at Henley Royal Regatta.
On Thursday 12 July we were awarded two national sector awards for our participation programme at Warwick and our reshaping sport campaign in the ‘take a stand award’ in the most recent BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Conference where Universities from across the UK come together to share, discuss and honour best practice across the sector.
Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centre hosted BUCS Outdoors 2018 on 16th and 17th June. A huge number of Warwick archers qualified to go to BUCS Outdoors this year and we ended up taking a team of 24. Read on to find out how it went.
On Thursday the 21 June, we held our annual activator awards evening to celebrate the hard work and dedication of all of our activators, without who we would not be able to deliver such a large and successful programme.
For me yoga is a journey and taking what you learn on your mat and using it off the mat.
Team Warwick Performance is an integral part of the pathway for the ‘whole offer’ vision for sport at Warwick, in line with being the most active campus by 2020.
For every athlete at University of Warwick who wants to achieve their full potential, the programme provides a platform for talented athletes to develop sports specific and lifelong interpersonal skills.
Read the whole story to find out what clubs are on the programme this year.
BRITISH TEAM RETURNS TO WORLD CUP PODIUM AFTER 6 YEARS