Albanian National Olympic Committee meets with Ministry of Education and Sports to discuss cooperation

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USA Triathlon Pikes Peak Swim & Run Series Showcasing Multisport Events in Colorado Springs Presented by Select Physical Therapy

Colorado Springs, Colorado. — Select Physical Therapy’s USA Triathlon Pikes Peak Swim-Run Series will run from April to September this year and will include a series of youth Splash & Dash competitions in Colorado Springs and June 25 in Adult aquatics (swim and run) competition at Memorial Park Colorado Springs. Select Physical Therapy’s six Pikes … Read more

Iran’s Kazmi to coach white judo athletes ahead of big event

KARACHI: The Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) is about to hire Iranian coach Sajjad Kazmi again. From 2012 to 2016, Sajjad coached in Pakistan. A senior official from the Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) confirmed the development on Wednesday. “Yes, we approached Sajjad through the cooperation and assistance of the IPC Ministry and the Pakistan Sports Board … Read more

Beyond Barriers Retreat to Elevate Iowa City Women

The Iowa City-based business hosts retreats in Iowa to help women discover what they have worth learning from others. This weekend, Big Grove Brewery is hosting a Retreat Beyond Barriers, organized in part by University of Iowa event management students. Daniel McGregor Heyer Benders Studio owner Carla Flynn poses for a selfie at the yoga … Read more

Oku Damashi martial artist cracks provincial roster

The Edmonton competition/trial marks the first time members of Oku Damashi have competed in karate since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Thankachen said the kids were excited to test themselves against other athletes. Following Edmonton’s successful trial with the Alberta WKC (World Karate and Taekwondo Council) provincial team earlier this spring, seven martial artists … Read more

Additional Asynchronous Learning for MMSD Students Begins Monday

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) — Students in the Madison Metropolitan School District began making up for lost time Monday through asynchronous learning, and some parents hoped the district would handle the situation differently. “Asynchronous” means not synchronous or independent. Students will complete the extra time on their own time rather than together. In a letter to … Read more

Borders triathlon series returns after two-year hiatus

Winners of Sunday’s Live Borders triathlon series sprint (Photo: Alwyn Johnston) Galashiels Pool hosted the first event of the series’ 2022 season, attracting nearly 200 people on Saturday and Sunday, before further sessions in Eyemouth, Kelso and Peebles. Three options are offered – Come Three, Beginner and Sprint. The first event saw 20 runners compete … Read more

Yoga and mindfulness can help prevent postpartum depression

The benefits of yoga and mindfulness are well known—many people who practice it regularly report improved physical, mental, and mood. A recent study looked at whether yoga and mindfulness practices during pregnancy also help reduce the risk of postpartum depression, with favorable results. The study was originally published in journal of modern nursing July 2021. … Read more