21/08/2014
Workshop - Difficult Conversations in Volunteering
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23/07/2014
Sport Tasman programme - Striking with an implement (Westport)
Sport Tasman hosted 90 children from the Westport Early Learning Centre and Westport Kindy in July.  Sport Tasman's Jenny Dravitzki travelled from Nelson and teamed up with Wendy Bettjeman (from Sport Tasman Westport office) to lead the programme and assist in the delivery of the programme...
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22/07/2014
New Zealand Olympic Committee’s Glasgow 2014 site
This site counts down to Glasgow, streaming  New Zealand team news updates and linking to social media updates from Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Click here to read more on this article.
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05/06/2014
High-tech tennis racquet comes with a built-in digital coach
Before Julia Görges stepped onto the court at the French Open on May 26, the German tennis pro did something strange. She stopped to switch on her racquet. Görges was the first player to use the Play Pure Drive, a digitally enhanced racquet created by the French company Babolat. (Bloomberg...
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01/07/2014
Commercial pillars in grassroots sport
This paper advocates that sport organisations streamline their administrative functions from the national level through to local sports clubs by using common systems, reporting and metrics to measure and manage their activities. (IMG Sports Technology Group) ...
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03/06/2014
Sustainable event management
This site outlines a Scottish Government programme dedicated to sustainable event management of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the creation of a legacy to increase the understanding of how sustainability can be properly embedded into future events across Scotland. (Scottish Government...
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27/06/2014
New Zealand’s sporting culture to be showcased at World Masters Games 2017
Some 28 sports and 45 disciplines have been confirmed into the sporting programme for the World Masters Games 2017, in Auckland   A feature is the inclusion of uniquely Pacific sports or disciplines such as waka ama and Weta class sailing for a distinctly kiwi feel. (World Masters Games...
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20/02/2014
10 problems and solutions for the grassroots sports industry
This article lists the main problems in the grassroots sports facility industry, it poses possible explanations and suggests solutions to address them. (Open Play) Click here...
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31/03/2014
Women, sports, and development: does it pay to let girls play?
This policy brief reviews the evidence that young women and youth in general who participate in sports are more likely to attain educational success and that girls who play sports do better in school, suffer fewer health problems and achieve more in areas dominated by men. (Peterson Institute...
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26/06/2014
Give girls a voice or risk putting them off PE and sport for life, warns Youth Sport Trust
Schools risk putting girls off PE and sport for life if they don't give them a voice in how the subject should be delivered. This is one of the findings of ...
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