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HWRK Magazine: Issue 03 - Spring 2018

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CURRICULUM PE 42 of British adults believe PE is a very important subject for secondary school pupils in the UK, ranking sixth on the list – conducted by YouGov – after maths, English, science, IT and sex education. Dominic’s world record leap Dominic Ogbechie, a pupil at the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School in West London, certainly set the bar high at the England Athletics National Championships, achieving a world record in the high jump. The 15-year-old became the youngest Briton to clear 7ft indoors or out. He opened his account with a 1.95m clearance before efforts at 2.00m, 2.06m and 2.11m before he glided over 2.14m to break the 29-year-old former record. And Dominic proved he’s one to keep an eye on in the years ahead by going on to jump 7.53m in the long jump - smashing the UK indoor Under-17 record by 31cm. Chris Bailey, PE teacher at Cardinal Vaughan, said: “Dominic was a talented athlete when he started here, but only with hard work and commitment to training has he progressed to being a double world record holder.” INSPIRATIONAL Let the Games begin for all The Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast this Spring should be the perfect springboard for schools across the country to introduce pupils to new sports and nationalities. A total of 24 sports and subsequent gold, silver and bronze medals were contested during April ranging from athletics and badminton through to wrestling and weightlifting. Most pupils across England and Wales will be familiar with the track and field events and sports with high profile professional platforms like; rugby, cycling and boxing. But the event presents opportunity to introduce sports like table tennis, gymnastics and lawn bowls into a school environment. Success also breeds success and England and Wales’ combined 210 medal haul from Glasgow four years ago inspired a generation. Teenage athletes face injury crisis Around 75% of elite adolescent athletes suffer at least one major injury each year, whilst 3 in every 10 pick up an injury every week, with girls the worst affected. A study from Sweden looked at over 680 elite teenage athletes who measured injury rates alongside things like low self-esteem, less sleep and a higher training volume. The report recommended that “medical teams should be available for all athletes at every sports high school to reduce the unhealthy behaviour associated with being injured.” PED FACTS Doping stinks… and doesn’t work Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) in sports have had no real impact on an athlete’s results. Researchers collated Olympic and world championship records of athletes between 1886 and 2012. Comparisons were made between pre-1932 records – when steroids became available – and post, and it was found that the times, distances and other results did not improve as expected in the doping era. “This research looked at 26 of the most controlled and some of the most popular sports, including various track and field events like 100m sprints, hurdles, high jump, long jump and shot-put, as well as some winter sports,” says author Dr Aaron Hermann from University of Adelaide. “The average best life records for ‘doped’ top athletes did not differ significantly from those considered not to have doped. Even assuming that not all cases of doping were discovered during this time, the practice of doping did not improve sporting results as commonly believed.” HWRKMAGAZINE.CO.UK Spring 2018 // HWRK MAGAZINE // 17