Monday, February 20, 2017

Anthony Joshua Receives Anti-Muslim Hate

The renowned British Boxer has been at the receiving end of racial abuse, after being snapped praying in a mosque. The world heavyweight champion was visiting Dubai prior to his mega fight with Wladimir Klitschko. The cause of the abuse...

Sir Mo Farah & Dame Jessica Ennis Hill: Lead Nominees Short List BEDSAs 2017

Sir Mo Farah and Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill lead an impressive shortlist at the 3rd Lycamobile British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards. Sir Mo Farah, the 2 time double Olympic gold medalist for 5000 and 10000 metres, leads an impressive group of...

BYSA Celebrates A Year of the Girls Football Project

After one year successfully running of the BYSA girls football project it was our last session on the 18th December 2016 at Saltley leisure centre. The project started with the help of the saltley wellbeing centre offering the BYSA to expand...

A match made in heaven

Tuesday 6th December, Mumbai England’s cricket stars inspired the next generation of sports champions, who are supported by the British Asian Trust, at a special training session in Mumbai today. Ten girls between the ages of 13-19 from the Trust’s rural...

Thrilling Arsenal Trip for Local Youngsters

Once again the Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA) took 40 children to Arsenal Football Club for a stadium tour & 2 training sessions at the HUB. This coaching session for kids of particular age groups aided them to understand the Arsenal...

Launch of LeaderBoard Academy at the SELeaderBoard Conference 2016

On the 22nd of November the third Sporting Equals LeaderBoard Conference, at EY's headquarters in London, took place where Sport England and UK Sport pledged to support and help more black, asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and athletes...

Keeping Up with Kash Siddiqi

We were lucky enough to catch up with global footballer Kash Siddiqi and ask him all about his career and charity, Football for Peace. The 30 year old has traveled across the world playing football and spreading his philanthropic...

Marathon Goer Thinks He Could Give Usain Bolt a Run For His Money.

Barry Cheema is Birmingham's very own version of Usain Bolt, or so he hopes to be. He aims to beat the King of sprinting's Rio medal haul in 2017. Cheema refers to himself as Usingh Bolt when entering any marathon...

New support to help make sports boardrooms more diverse

Ahead of the third Sporting Equals LeaderBoard Conference at EY's headquarters in London, Sport England and UK Sport have pledged support to help more black, asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and athletes get appointed to sports boards. Following the...

Community Cycle Club Launches in Handsworth

Originally Published on November 12th, 2016 by Lilli Keen Handsworth Beat the Street Community Cycling Club launched in Handsworth on Tuesday 8thNovember. The event, which took place in Handsworth Wellbeing Centre, gave recognition to those who have already passed their...

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