Women’s sports sponsorship in the UK has come a long way in the last few decades, writes Rachelle Cohen.
In the past, women’s sports were often overlooked and underfunded, with sponsorships and media coverage disproportionately focused on men’s sports. But, in recent years, there has been a big shift towards increased support and investment in women’s sports.
A new study has found that e-scooters are a lot safer than many may think – five times safer than bikes, writes Andy Weltch.
A report into the safety of e-scooters by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) found an incident rate for e-scooters of 0.66 collisions for every million miles travelled – five times lower than bicycles with 3.33 collisions per million miles travelled and nine times lower than the figure of 5.88 for motorcycles.
Team GB snow sports could have a new home in the South Wales valleys if an ambitious plan for a major sports and leisure complex goes ahead, writes Andy Weltch.
The team behind the proposed Rhydycar West active tourism, sport and leisure resort in Merthyr Tydfil, is starting the pre-application consultation (PAC) this month (April 2022), with the planning application to be submitted afterwards.
Our senior consultant Andrew Weltch reviews a new book with lessons for all runners and inspiration for many.
Running is big business these days – a healthy activity which can be done almost anywhere with relatively little specialist kit, it’s no wonder it’s the most popular participation sport in England and, no doubt, elsewhere too.
We’ve looked before in this blog at the success of organisations encouraging mass participation in accessible events like 5ks, 10ks and above – the UK-based parkrun and in the US, New York Road Runners.
But there’s a less accessible level of running beyond such popular events – it’s called ultra-running.
Our senior consultant and long-time Glamorgan cricket supporter, Andrew Weltch, looks at an unusual victory in an unusual year.
The summer of 2021 has been a very strange one for cricket in England and Wales. And I’m not talking about the launch of The Hundred. Well, I am, in a way, but this post is mainly about another unusual phenomenon – Glamorgan won a trophy!
One of the smaller clubs in First Class cricket, the Welsh county isn’t usually expected to win much, which has made its previous victories during my 25 years as a member (County champions in 1997, one-day champions in 2002 and 2004) all the sweeter.