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The UK government will ask gyms and leisure centres in England to close between 5 November and 2 December as part of an emergency lockdown, ... More
The UK government has provided a lengthy response to a petition which demanded that gyms stay open in England, even if there's a new spike ... More
Child athletes in Japan routinely face physical, sexual and verbal abuse from their coaches – which has led several to take their own lives. The ... More
Construction of a new National Holocaust Museum in Amsterdam is expected to begin in February, following the donation of €4m (US$4.5m, £3.4m) from the German ... More
North Korea’s Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un, has opened a large-scale hot spring and spa resort – called Yangdok County Hot Spring Cultural Recreation Center ... More
A collection of nearly 50 scientists has urged the London Science Museum to end three oil company partnerships, with the collective arguing the sponsorships are ... More
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MyZone Group Ltd
A major artwork by Mark Wallinger and architects Studio Octopi has been launched in the English district of Runnymede, celebrating the legacy of Magna Carta. ... More
As 2017 draws to an end, CLAD looks back at some of the most significant leisure buildings, both big and small, that have opened this ... More
Houston’s Holocaust Museum has announced plans to nearly triple in size following a US$15m (€13.5m, £11.8m) gift from longtime patrons Lester and Sue Smith. The ... More
Sporting Future, the first piece of major sports policy in over a decade, will be “examined” by the Labour Party if it gets into power ... More
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has earmarked a September date for a formal investigation of Premier League clubs that haven’t sufficiently improved the ... More
The government of Qatar is spending as much as US$500m (€467m, £399m) a week on infrastructure ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, according to ... More
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Miha Bodytec GmbH
Almost half of the clubs in the Premier League will not meet requirements for disabled fan access by the 2017/18 season, prompting the Equality and ... More
Level Playing Field has expressed "disappointment" with Manchester United after the football club announced a three-year phased approach to accommodate increased disabled seating at Old ... More
The parliamentary committee that scrutinises British sport has claimed it is “not convinced” the Premier League will take suitable action against its clubs that fail ... More
The government will back the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) if it wishes to use its legal powers against Premier League football clubs not ... More
The Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires has taken control of the city’s controversial zoo, announcing plans to move nearly all of its 2,500 animals to ... More
FIFA has revealed that it will choose the host nation for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in May 2020. The decision was made during the ... More
TVS Sport Surfaces
TVS Sport Surfaces
FIFA – the world footballing governing body – will set up an independent body to monitor the working conditions for migrant workers in Qatar ahead ... More
The body overseeing the delivery of World Cup 2022 infrastructure in Qatar has appointed an independent third party monitor to inspect the welfare of construction ... More
Migrants working on Qatar’s Khalifa Stadium, and its surrounding Aspire Zone, have been deceived about their working conditions, pay and subjected to abuse according to ... More
Members of the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) are gathering ahead of the organisation's annual summit, which happens this year in Anaheim, California. Taking place over ... More
Anthony Esparza, chief creative officer (CCO) at SeaWorld, has been added to the lineup for the TEA’s annual summit next week. Esparza – who was ... More
The European Commission will invite all sporting federations in the continent to commit to a criteria for good governance in the wake of the scandals ... More
An economic impact study has put a price on the value of the Georgia Aquarium to the local and state communities. The research, which was ... More
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Les Mills
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