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6th December 2018
UK universities have been at the forefront of the most significant discoveries and pioneering changes of the last century - and the University of Chichester is centre stage of these developments. We’re celebrating the many ways in which Chichester has made a real difference to everyday lives with...
14th November 2018
  A BLIND sailing team coached by a University of Chichester student has won a major international title. The Great British squad, which is taught by undergraduate Ben Hazeldine, finished first at the recent Blind Match Racing world championships in Helensburgh, Scotland. The third-year student,...
12th November 2018
  A GRADUATE from the University of Chichester has been appointed in a key role at Sussex Cricket Club. Luke Dunning, who studied the MSc in Sports Performance Analysis, has been employed as the team’s analyst. The 23-year-old spent a year with the club on placement from May 2015, and later...
2nd November 2018
Chichester to develop classification system for blind football Research to help sport to meet International Paralympic Committee’s classification code Research expected to between take two to four years THE University of Chichester has been chosen to lead innovative research into a developing a...
1st October 2018
THE health benefits of berry supplements – and how they help when exercising – will be revealed at the University of Chichester this month. Professor Mark Willems, who specialises in exercise physiology, will be speaking about the advantages of using berries when training on Wednesday 10 October....
24th September 2018
INSIGHTS into the history of golf – and its popularity before the Second World War – have been revealed by a University of Chichester academic. Dr Paul Wheeler, a senior lecturer from the Institute of Sport, presented his latest research at the British Society of Sports History conference earlier...
18th September 2018
Research shows drumming changes area of the brain which facilitates learning Drumming for just 30 minutes, three times each week, beneficial for people living with neurological diseases such as dementia and autism Investigation involved iconic Blondie drummer Clem Burke MUSIC lovers may claim that...
12th September 2018
Study shows young footballers would benefit from more time learning to read the field – and less on ball skills Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard highlighted as players who incorporated technique into their game play Authors have called on FA to incorporate scanning as an elementary skill -...
13th August 2018
158 organisations worldwide are questioned about their progress on gender-based violence against women and girls in sport More than a third of organisations had not taken action over the past five years Almost a quarter of those organisations believed that gender-based violence was not relevant to...
4th July 2018
THE success of a pioneering sports tourism degree programme at the University of Chichester has brought together academics from across the world. High-profile representatives from Palembang Polytechnic of Tourism in Indonesia met with senior figures from Chichester to discuss the popular BA (Hons...

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