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Grants for active oldies programmes
Grants for active oldies programmes

Sport needs to move with the changes older Aussies face in keeping active, and a programme has been launched to help them move more.

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Women 'less active than men' world-wide
Women 'less active than men' world-wide

More than a quarter of the world's population was lazy in 2016, with around one in three women not reaching the recommended levels of activity.

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Getting oldies up onto their feet
Getting oldies up onto their feet

A Victoria University sport participation expert says a $23 million federal government fund to encourage Australian seniors to move more is tackling a growing problem.

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'Calm, positive' colours for new seasons
'Calm, positive' colours for new seasons

Ispo Textrends has released the colour palettes for autumn/winter 20/21 "embracing the mood of change and a journey through sustainability and efficiency."

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What drives running shoes for women
What drives running shoes for women

Running companies have recognised that women are running too, and many are targeting product to them.

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Dare: Brushing up your retail experiences
Dare: Brushing up your retail experiences

Australian shoppers are flocking back to traditional bricks-and-mortar stores compared to online.

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Sports leaders call for integrity 'help'
Sports leaders call for integrity 'help'

Winning at any cost was the subject of intense debate at the 2018 National Sport Integrity Forum.

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Ispo Shanghai: more visitors, outdoor fashion
Ispo Shanghai: more visitors, outdoor fashion

More than 550 exhibitors and 655 brands presented the summer sports trends of the coming season at ISPO Shanghai this month.

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Virtually amazing: Watching the World Cup
Virtually amazing: Watching the World Cup

As the football World Cup progresses, fans and tecchies alike have been able to savour mind-blowing visual effects used by global broadcasters.

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Sport NZ: 'young teens are most active'
Sport NZ: 'young teens are most active'

Young Kiwis between the ages of 12 and 14 are the most active, then activity drops sharply, says a new report.

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Fitness, technology for online shoppers
Fitness, technology for online shoppers

New research from Roy Morgan shows that fitness and technology sales are vital to the around 47 percent of Aussies who shop online.

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ASGA's Bajada: 'a person for everybody'
ASGA's Bajada: 'a person for everybody'

Shaun Bajada wants ASGA to be the thought leader for all in the industry, across all categories and companies.

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Local retail win big share of online spend
Local retail win big share of online spend

Australia Post's annual report on online shopping reveals that we spent $21.3 billion online in 2017.

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Walking is top of the pops, again
Walking is top of the pops, again

Trawl through the pages of Sportslink Slinki over many years, and you will see that walking for exercise is the most popular sport which Australians regularly enjoy.

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Seeing red, ultraviolet and protest pink
Seeing red, ultraviolet and protest pink

Colour is the most important design element to attracting consumer attention and to building a strong brand identity.

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ASC: 'Sport essential to holistic education'
ASC: 'Sport essential to holistic education'

All Australian children must be provided with access to high quality sport and physical activity, says Australian Sports Commission Chief Executive Kate Palmer.

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If Dad does it, so will little Johnnie
If Dad does it, so will little Johnnie

More Australian children have participated in sport over the past 12 months, but most are still not meeting recommended activity levels, and as always it is down to parents.

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Sporting inspiration? Try an exercise buddy
Sporting inspiration? Try an exercise buddy

Everyone exercises better with a buddy, says a World Federation of Sporting Goods Industries position paper, as part of a campaign to get children off the couch and away from screens.

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RFID Coalition: technology to support retail
RFID Coalition: technology to support retail

A group of like-minded retailers, brands, solution providers and trade associations joined forces to bring the benefits of RFID technology to retail.

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Football: women kick participation up
Football: women kick participation up

One of the four leading codes of football is played by almost two million Aussies - however, the number has dropped over the past four years, in spite of more females taking to the park.

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TaiSPO: smart fitness and many clever ideas
TaiSPO: smart fitness and many clever ideas

There was plenty of new product on display at the TaiSPO international sporting goods show in Taiwan, from fitness to aquatic sports, accessories and wearable technologies,

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Aussie brand pulls punches in Taiwan show
Aussie brand pulls punches in Taiwan show

The boxing fitness brand VIP Sports put up a great show on the floor of hall one at the TaiSPO exhibition to demonstrate the quality of Australian manufacturing and design.

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Footwear sales: leisure up, performance down
Footwear sales: leisure up, performance down

The US athletic footwear industry grew by two percent in 2017, according to The NPD Group global information company.

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Getting your togs wet is favourite
Getting your togs wet is favourite

Swimming is Australia's leading sport with more than six million of us taking a dip in the past three months.

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Activewear: why women buy it, and where
Activewear: why women buy it, and where

Brand loyalty is not the biggest factor in the choice of activewear by most women - function, look and the love of exercise are more important.

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