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Sport - 23.01.2024
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Everyone knows working out can be great for your physical well-being, but research shows it can have a huge impact on mental and social well-being, too.

Sport - Social Sciences - 10.01.2024
Reconciliation and cross-culture relationship building through hockey

Health - Sport - 14.12.2023
How an NHL player inspired a better spinal implant design

Sport - 06.11.2023
Majority of non-binary youth avoid team sports due to discrimination, barriers, SFU study finds
Non-binary youth face immense barriers and discrimination preventing them from participating in team sports, according to a new study from Simon Fraser University.

Sport - Innovation - 25.09.2023
Game-changing insights using 5G technologies
Waterloo and Rogers partnership could redefine real-time hockey analytics By Jordan Flemming University Relations In a unique collaboration, the University of Waterloo and Rogers Communications are joining forces to revolutionize the world of hockey analytics using 5G technology.

Sport - 16.09.2023
Community celebrates opening of Lang Pavilion at Richardson Stadium

Sport - Innovation - 03.08.2023
Tennis anyone? Researchers serve up advances in developing motion simulation technology’s next generation
SFU computing science assistant professor Jason Peng is leading a research team that is raising motion simulation technology to the next level-and using the game of tennis to showcase just how real virtual athletes- moves can be.

Sport - 26.07.2023
Engineering student qualifies for 2023 CrossFit Games
Jack Farlow balances academics and CrossFit as the only student competitor By Jordan Flemming University Relations Jack Farlow, a second-year engineering student at the University of Waterloo has achieved a remarkable feat by qualifying for the 2023 CrossFit Games.

Environment - Sport - 11.07.2023
Exploring the polar regions

Sport - Health - 05.07.2023
Maintaining good cardiorespiratory fitness can protect your memory from the effects of sleep loss
If you-re sleep deprived, you will likely have a harder time remembering things than if you-re well-rested.

Sport - Environment - 08.06.2023
Recognizing students who pursue both sports and studies

Sport - Campus - 05.06.2023
Taking chances in life and school

Sport - Campus - 26.05.2023
Be happy, play hockey
Ph.D. candidate Amélie Apinis-Deshaies has found that well-being is the most important factor influencing sleep, recovery and performance in professional hockey players.

Sport - Event - 26.04.2023
Fancy footwork: Dance takes centre stage at Hart House
Fancy footwork: Dance takes centre stage at Hart House

Sport - 25.04.2023
Study on Special Olympics' Unified Sports explores experiences of students and coaches
Study on Special Olympics’ Unified Sports explores experiences of students and coaches
Researchers from the University of Toronto' Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education (KPE) collaborated with Special Olympics Ontario to explore perceptions of inclusion among students and coaches in school-based  Unified Sports  programs.

Sport - 12.04.2023
’I didn’t have time to be anxious’: Varsity Blues player Jett Alexander on playing with the Maple Leafs

Sport - 10.04.2023
Varsity Blues goalie Jett Alexander makes his NHL debut: Toronto Star

Sport - 29.03.2023
Cyclists born at high altitudes tend to perform better
According to a study, individuals born at high altitudes are overrepresented among cyclists who reach a professional level of performance - and it's because they have better oxygen consumption.

Sport - 21.03.2023
New Musqueam art featured at UBC's annual Storm the Wall event
New Musqueam art featured at UBC’s annual Storm the Wall event

Sport - Innovation - 14.03.2023
Western project finds viewing sports in VR trumps 2D screen experience
Western project finds viewing sports in VR trumps 2D screen experience
A simple 360-degree camera set-up and VR technology could revolutionize sports viewing, study suggests By Prabhjot Sohal , By Prabhjot Sohal , March 14, 2023 With fans gearing up for NCAA March Madnes

Sport - 13.03.2023
How new multi-sport facilities can be used after major events
Better planning can reduce the financial burden of major sporting facilities Communities that are constructing new multi-sport facilities for major events could run the risk of ending up with expensi

Sport - Health - 08.03.2023
'A team sport': Hayley Wickenheiser on why she pursued a career in emergency medicine
’A team sport’: Hayley Wickenheiser on why she pursued a career in emergency medicine

Sport - 03.03.2023
University of Toronto students score win at NFL's Big Data Bowl: Toronto Sun
University of Toronto students score win at NFL’s Big Data Bowl: Toronto Sun

Sport - 27.02.2023
Documentary about Queen’s hockey star to be shown at national film festivals

Sport - 22.02.2023
Women's hockey is here and now
Women’s hockey is here and now
The CEPSUM is getting ready to welcome the best women's university hockey players in Canada, including UdeM's Carabin - an ideal opportunity to discover a rapidly evolving sport.

Social Sciences - Sport - 13.02.2023
Black Ice: Hubert Davis on making a film about Black experiences in hockey

Sport - 10.02.2023
University of Toronto students in finals of NFL's Big Data Bowl with improved 'pocket pressure' model
University of Toronto students in finals of NFL’s Big Data Bowl with improved ’pocket pressure’ model

Sport - History / Archeology - 01.02.2023
Prized T-shirt returned to UBC Bookstore after 42-year ordeal on Welsh rugby player
Prized T-shirt returned to UBC Bookstore after 42-year ordeal on Welsh rugby player

Sport - 27.01.2023
Reducing mental health stigma in junior hockey
Reducing mental health stigma in junior hockey

Sport - Psychology - 26.01.2023
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario's Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
Positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario's Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).

Sport - Health - 24.01.2023
A healthy mind: How exercise can improve your mental wellness
As Toronto experiences a particularly gloomy January , many may be wondering what they can do to give their mental wellness a boost.

Sport - 17.01.2023
Waterloo athlete represents Canada on national sitting volleyball team

Sport - 11.01.2023
Global study identifies neighbourhood characteristics that promote walking & cycling
How people perceive their own neighbourhoods may have a lot to do with whether they choose to walk and cycle, according to a global study of nearly 40,000 adults.

Sport - Environment - 05.01.2023
Where will future Winter Olympic Games be held in a warming climate?

Sport - 16.12.2022
UBC experts on 2022 FIFA World Cup final
UBC experts on 2022 FIFA World Cup final

Health - Sport - 08.12.2022
Pianos, exercise bikes and more: Inside the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education research labs
Pianos, exercise bikes and more: Inside the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education research labs
A shiny black piano may not be the kind of instrument visitors would expect to find in a research lab at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE) but that is ex

Sport - Social Sciences - 21.11.2022
Beyond the pitch: University of Toronto’s Simon Darnell on the controversies swirling around the World Cup in Qatar

Campus - Sport - 10.11.2022
A former boxer and fitness trainer, University of Toronto grad finds his calling in academic research
A former boxer and fitness trainer, University of Toronto grad finds his calling in academic research

Sport - Campus - 09.11.2022
Supporting ’an extra education’ through athletics

Health - Sport - 07.11.2022
Varsity Blues pitcher recovers from slow start to graduate with top marks - and a championship ring
Varsity Blues pitcher recovers from slow start to graduate with top marks - and a championship ring

Sport - 25.10.2022
'It's OK to struggle': Student overcomes injury to compete in wrestling world championships
’It’s OK to struggle’: Student overcomes injury to compete in wrestling world championships

Event - Sport - 04.10.2022
UBC celebrates groundbreaking for new student recreation centre
UBC celebrates groundbreaking for new student recreation centre

Sport - 04.10.2022
Construction begins on UBC’s Recreation Centre North

Event - Sport - 03.10.2022
PODCAST: Go with the flow

Sport - 06.09.2022
Simon Fraser University announces new varsity team name

Sport - Campus - 02.09.2022
Back to campus, 50 years later

Sport - Innovation - 02.09.2022
Find school-life balance this fall
There's no shortage of ways to get involved By Jennifer Halcrow UWaterloolife Team Your university experience extends beyond the classroom.

Sport - Health - 01.09.2022
Why are some athletes injury prone? Timothy Burkhart’s research could offer clues
From each according to their abilities, to each according to their knees - and hips. Timothy Burkhart's biomechanical research aims to help prevent injuries and rehab them quickly when they do happen - in varsity athletes and the rest of us.

Sport - Health - 31.08.2022
McGill launches Sylvan Adams Sports Science Institute to advance world-leading research into sports science and human performance
McGill launches Sylvan Adams Sports Science Institute to advance world-leading research into sports science and human performance

Sport - Campus - 29.08.2022
Seven ways to connect with campus life at University of Toronto
Seven ways to connect with campus life at University of Toronto