A new ‘sports personality’ study from the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has found that hiking is most popular in the South West, which could reveal a lot about the locals.
Two men from Devon are taking on what’s being called the world’s toughest rowing race, GB Row 2013 – 2,000 non-stop miles around Britain’s coast
Wheelchair rugby is making its first appearance in the South West in a tournament in Plymouth – and entry is free!
Some 350 young people with disabilities from across Devon descended on the Tarka Tennis in Barnstaple this week to take part in a Paralympic-style celebration of sport.
Sport clubs across the Plymouth, South Hams and West Devon area are taking up the opportunity of free support to help them cope with the increased level of demand following the greatest Olympic and Paralympic Games in history.
The Sportivate programme across Devon is inspiring young people to get involved in all sorts fo sports
Teignbridge Sports Personality of the Year overall winner is Natalie Melmore for a historic second year running
Sportspeople, clubs and volunteers have been celebrating their success at Teignbridge Council’s annual Sports Personality of the Year Awards, which saw Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Natalie Melmore crowned Teignbridge Sports Personality of the Year for the second year running.