News & Events
School of Sports News
How to lose weight and keep it off15 January 2020
Losing weight is often at the forefront of many people’s minds at the start of the year. But if weight loss is your goal for 2020, chances are that by now, you’ve probably already experienced some challenges. Here’s some advice on how to tackle those challenges from Dr Kevin Deighton, former Reader in Nutrition and Metabolism at Leeds Beckett University.
Leeds Beckett University Honorary Graduate awarded MBE28 December 2019
Gabby Logan has been appointed an MBE in the New Year Honours list for services to sports broadcasting and promoting women in sport.
Liverpool, Leicester or Man City for the title? Maths has the answer19 December 2019
Predicting where their team will finish in the Premier League or Championship is a national past time amongst football fans and pundits.
University expands partnership following roaring success18 December 2019
Lucy Bronze up for yet another award celebrating sporting achievement4 December 2019
England footballer and Leeds Beckett University graduate Lucy Bronze will now turn her attention to a second awards ceremony within a month after finishing runner-up in the women's Ballon d'Or.
Leeds Beckett University student named England Rugby Union under 18s Head Coach15 November 2019
Leeds Beckett University MSc Sport Coaching student, Jonathan Pendlebury, has been appointed Head Coach of England Rugby Union’s under-18s academy team.
Academics shortlisted for women in sports awards7 November 2019
Two Leeds Beckett University academics are in the running for two prestigious sports awards.
Athletes and coaches nominated for 2020 Leeds Sports Awards30 October 2019
Leeds Beckett University graduates Alex Bell, David Stone, Kadeena Cox, Laura Weightman and Tom Bosworth and LBU coaches Andi Drake and Andy Henderson have received nominations for the 2020 Leeds Sports Awards.
Carnegie School of Sport building on track with topping out7 October 2019
Leeds Beckett University marked a construction milestone for its £45m Carnegie School of Sport building with a topping out celebration with alumni from partner sports clubs.