Year 9 student Lili Brecken is impressing on the golf course. With aspirations to go pro, we find […]
Category Archive: Sport
The road to professional golf is notoriously competitive and demanding. Often, students must choose between school and golf, […]
It should come as no surprise that a school located in Dubai Sports city takes sport in all […]
How one lucky coincidence led to this student fulfilling his kart racing dreams Grade 11 student Liam Crystal […]
Olympic, World and Commonwealth champion Chad le Clos joined the inauguration of GEMS Wellington Academy – Al Khail’s […]
Once again, the GEMS Sports Series managed by ESM has offered countless students across the UAE the chance […]
Absolute Gymnastics, It’s Just Cricket and It’s Just Football are three of the leading sports academies in the […]
Artistic swimming: an alternate aquatic pathway for your child So, your child has been taking swimming lessons in […]
Former Olympic swimming coach Dejan Pejinovic leads the bespoke programme at the Swimming Centre of Excellence at GEMS […]
According to varied research, summer camps can be incredibly beneficial for kids. We caught up with ESM Holiday Camps to learn more about the sports and creative opportunities they offer kids within a safe and supervised environment.
The world of sports is being re-defined by the emergence of eSports and the playing field has opened up a number of opportunities.
Jaco de Wit, Key Stage 3 Maths Teacher at The Cambridge High School — Abu Dhabi, discusses being awarded the UAE blazer for refereeing his first international rugby match and developing rugby at his school.
Often when children love a sport, and are good at it, our go-to plan is to give them more of the same sport. But did you know that getting your youngster involved in multiple sports and a variety of physical activities can actually be better for them in the long run?
Top of His Game
Matthew Richards of Jumeirah College recently represented the UAE at the Asia Rugby Championships.
Run Like the Wind
Ultimate Athletics UAE celebrates two of its star performers who are headed to Sweden’s Gothenburg World Youth Games.