Students from the University of Stirling are playing a key role in bringing the Commonwealth Games to homes around the world. Fifteen people – all on BA Honours courses in the School of Arts and Humanities – are working for TV crews bringing images of the games to an international audience, as part of the […]
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To honour and celebrate the sporting achievements and physical strength of athletes, the Ancient Greeks used to place a wreath of olive branches on the heads of the winners. For the first time, during the Athens Olympics in 1896, the winning athletes received medals. For the past 114 years the medals awarded at sporting events […]
Did you know that a Scottish athlete won the first marathon of the British Empire Games, or that one of Scotland’s most successful medallists was a diver? For its 84 years of existence, the Commonwealth Games has awarded 8582 gold, silver and bronze medals to a total of 55 countries – 355 of these medals […]
“What’s that? Work experience you say?” For student journalists, there’s nothing better to hear. That’s why I was thrilled to secure myself a four-day placement last week as a sub-editor on the Sports Desk of the Scottish Daily Mail. Based in Glasgow, this was my first time working for a national title. The welcome was […]
From The Sporting Past To Future Wellbeing: Intergenerational Sports Heritage in Glasgow’s Souths...
Arts & Humanities Research Council Funds Professor Richard Haynes project on Sport & Heritage: From The Sporting Past To Future Wellbeing: Intergenerational Sports Heritage in Glasgow’s Southside is an exploratory action research project funded by the Arts and Humanties Research Council under its ‘Care for the Future’ theme. The project was prompted by a need […]