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Bryony Page on winning a silver medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

The Olympics in Rio were the most successful games for Team GB, but for one athlete, it was particularly special.

Bryony Page won a silver medal in Trampoline Gymnastics – a moment which left her speechless. 63 more words


Why is Squash omitted from the Olympic Games?

For almost a decade, the sport of Squash has bid to become a part of the Olympics. A regular in the Commonwealth Games, Squash has bid on a number of occasions to the join the Olympic programme, but has failed each time. 82 more words


Does Skateboarding warrant a place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games?

In 2020, the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan will welcome the addition of Skateboarding to the schedule – but does the sport warrant a place? 69 more words


Salford University Host Festive Fun Run

On Friday 2nd December, students ran a festive 3k to raise money for Salford University’s very own children’s cancer research charity ‘Kidscan’.

Wearing festive hats, reindeer antlers, elf and santa suits, runners were expected to show off their most festive costumes to celebrate the Christmas spirit. 618 more words

Charity Events

Salford gathers for Transgender Day of Remembrance

NOVEMBER 20 marks the Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honours the memory of the hundreds of transgender people lost each year to violence and hate crimes. 188 more words

Greater Manchester

Artefact #2

My second artefact is a short video which deals with what has been called “the most dangerous moment in human history”. Given the troubling nature of recent events around the world it seemed fitting to create something equally as disquieting. 195 more words


Research Project Idea - Digital Audio, a Precarious Paradigm

I think this is a problem that anyone who’s been in the game long enough to see certain things expire, recognises. It’s an unspoken problem, like a lot of people don’t want to acknowledge it, and there is a kind of fragility to what everyone is doing now that I think is not being acknowledged. 619 more words