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New Year Honours at Leeds Beckett3 January 2019
<p>Former students and staff at Leeds Beckett University have been recognised in the New Year Honours.</p>
Power of Tour de Yorkshire revealed18 December 2018
The social impact of the Tour de Yorkshire in South Yorkshire communities has been revealed in research by Leeds Beckett University.
Education for youth sport coaches revolutionised by Leeds Beckett13 December 2018
<p>A new series of free online courses to develop youth sport coaches - launched by Leeds Beckett University and the International Council for Coaching Excellence – has been recognised as one of the most innovative approaches to coach education in the world.</p>
Using gamification apps could help people be more physically active5 December 2018
<p>With low participation rates in physical activity continuing to be a public health concern, we need to look into novel interventions and techniques such as gamification. That’s according to a paper by Leeds Beckett University academics.</p>
Leeds academic leading Parliament drop in session on obesity21 November 2018
A Parliamentary drop-in session is taking place today which aims to raise awareness about people’s experience of living with obesity.
Leeds academic joins ‘The Great Debate Tour’ finale20 November 2018
A Leeds Beckett academic has been invited to take part in ‘The Great Debate Tour’ finale at the House of Commons.
Local coaching team competing with England greats for award15 November 2018
You don’t often find yourself up against one of England’s most famous coaches, but that’s exactly what has happened to Leeds Beckett’s Kris Stafford and Harrison Marshall.
Researchers in Leeds helping get people with diabetes more active14 November 2018
The role of medical professionals in promoting activity amongst people with diabetes is under the spotlight at Leeds Beckett University.
Leeds Beckett Academics presenting at a prestigious international conference on coaching practice12 November 2018
<p>Following on from the successful release of the largest ever biomechanics study of world-class athletes earlier this summer, key findings from the London 2017 World Championships conducted by staff from Leeds Beckett University for the IAAF were presented this weekend to coaches from around the globe.</p>