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Are you feeling the motivation to get fit for summer? Getting back into the swing of those New Year Resolutions?  If you’re anything like us, you’ll need something to aim for, and we’ve got plenty coming up for you, right here in Sunderland over the summer. Starting in May (13th), there is the Sunderland Half […]

People right across Sunderland are preparing to get active and raise money all in aid of Sports Relief. CitySpace at the University of Sunderland is supporting the cause by staying open for 24hrs this Friday (23 March). Access to the gym, Fitness Classes and Sports Hall will be free – with the hope that those […]

People across Sunderland have the opportunity to get active together outdoors with the Active Sunderland BIG 3K Run – Sunday 13 May. The popular annual event, a 3K run along parts of the city centre course for the Siglion Sunderland City 10K and Half Marathon which follow, is designed to appeal to family and fun […]

Sunderland Football Club have announced today (Thursday 15th March) that they’re reducing the price of season cards by up to 40% for the new season.  The side are facing the realistic chance of going to down to League One and say they’ve “recognised the loyalty of its season card holders” by reducing costs of renewals. […]

Everyone is being encouraged to take part or show support for some fantastic running events in Sunderland over the next few months. Starting on Sunday 18 March with a duathlon along the fantastic seafront organised by Suncity Triathlon Club and running up to July where Washington will host a Suncity Triathlon event, there will be […]

Sunderland Ladies are preparing to host Aston Villa as they return to Cup action this weekend. The Wearsiders are hopeful of carrying momentum through to their home ground, Mariners Park, this Sunday after beating Bristol City in league action last weekend as they look to progress in the FA Cup as they play in the […]

Team GB have won their first medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PeyongChang after Dom Parson finished on the podium in the men’s skelton.  Dom Parsons rose to the occasion in dramatic fashion to claim a bronze medal which is Great Britain’s first skeleton medal in 70 years in Pyeongchang. The 30-year-old, whose only […]

It’s now Day 6 of the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang and over the last two days the Curling competition got underway, while overnight the men’s Skelton first runs took place. Dom Parsons is looking to be in contention of a podium finish in the men’s skelton, Great Britain haven’t won a men’s skeleton medal since 1948 […]


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