Highlights from Lions staff training day Lions coaches came together on Monday to brush up on their skills in preparation for the launch of our summer camps this week. ..
GoFest the UK's family festival of Sport, Dance, Health & Fitness takes place at Surrey Sports Park in Guildford on 13th & 14th August. With over 50 sports and activities to choose from there is something for all the family. Lions Sports Academy will be offering rugby coaching sessions (all coaching is included in the ticket price). Come and visit us at Surrey Sports Park and show your support for Shooting Star Chase, Children's Hospice. ..
Summer Camps Athlete Development Programme Summer Special - Old Wimbledonian Warriors, Wimbledon - 25th Jul to 29th Aug Summer Strength & Speed - St Mary's University, Teddington - 15th Jul to 19th Aug Lion Cubs Camp Udney Park Playing Fields, Teddington - 26th Jul to 28th Jul & 23rd Aug to 25th Aug Summer Multi Sports Camp Udney Park Playing Fields, Teddington - 16th Aug to 18th Aug Lions Football Develo..
To book onto this course go to http://www.lionssports.academy/Athlete_Development_Programme/OldWimbledoniansRugbyClub and select "Athlete Development Programme - Summer Special." ..
To book onto this course go to http://www.lionssports.academy/Athlete_Development_Programme/StMarysUniversity and select "Athlete Development Programme - Summer Strength & Speed." ..
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For the first time since 1924, in reflection of its status as one of the world’s fastest growing sports, rugby returns to the Olympic arena this summer. Rio de Janeiro will play host to 24 teams – both men’s and women’s – competing to be crowned Olympic champions in rugby sevens, the XV-a-side game’s younger, quicker, sleeker sibling. Rugby’s Olympic renaissance is intriguing, if not particularly controversial. The International Olympic Committee voted overwhelmingly in favour of reinstating rugby as an Olympic sport, ..
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