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Concussion protocols in sport: a no-brainer?

Sports organisations across Britain are implementing new rules to protect players at all levels from the long-term effects of concussion and head trauma. In February, the English Football Association banned primary school-aged children from heading footballs in training, due to fears that doing so at a young age could add to the likelihood of dementia Read More…

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Arts figures call on PM to extend Right to Roam in English countryside

Over a hundred authors, musicians and actors have written to the Prime Minister urging him to extend the right to roam in England. From actors such as Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry to the author and playwright Ali Smith, signatories to a “A letter from the artists of the land” call on Boris Johnson to Read More…

Current Affairs Sports News

Iffley Road Sports Centre reopens after 197 days

Iffley Road Sports Centre reopened this morning 197 days after it closed its doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reopening comes in time for the start of the University of Oxford’s Michaelmas term on 11 October. In their most recent coronavirus update, Oxford University Sport (OUS) stated: “We appreciate this has been Read More…

Health and Wellbeing Lifestyle

At-Home Workouts: Here to Stay?

Two major advantages of home workouts are their flexibility and convenience; you can do them from anywhere, at any time, without factoring in travelling to the gym. This makes them perfect for our eventual return to Oxford. A gym however has far more on offer and there’s something about being in a space dedicated to exercise that allows for better focus.