Plans for development of Seaford College sports hall approved | SussexWorld – Sussex Express

Plans for development of Seaford College sports hall approved | SussexWorld – Sussex Express

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Teenager died following an emergency at Solihull sports centre – BBC News

A teenage girl has died after being found in a “critical condition” at a leisure centre. Ella Swann was treated at North Solihull Sports Centre on 28 February after the ambulance service said they were called to a medical emergency. The 14-year-old was taken to Birmingham Children’s Hospital but died two days later. A coroner said her death was linked to drowning. The sports centre, in Conway Road, Solihull, closed for three days following the incident and reopened on 4 March. In a statement, the centre, which is partnered with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, said it understood the inquest would resume later this year. “As such, and out of respect for the family, we will not be providing further comment at this time,” it added. Solihull Council said the local authority and Everyone Active, which is responsible for running the centre, are fully cooperating with the investigations. “We would like to pass on our condolences to Ella’s family and friends at this difficult time,” a spokesperson added. West Midlands Police confirmed it was investigating alongside the Health and Safety Executive and would pass information to the coroner. The sports centre hosts a 120-station gym, a 33m (108ft) swimming pool and also has group fitness studios. Follow BBC West Midlands on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Send your story ideas to: newsonline.westmidlands@bbc.co.uk Behind the scenes at Crufts 2022: event managers prepare for return of the biggest dog show in the world Ros Atkins on… food price rises and the Ukraine war. Video Ros Atkins on… food price rises and the Ukraine war Dolly: Working three ’til five (hand-writing a new book) Video Dolly: Working three ’til five (hand-writing a new book) © 2022 BBC. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking.
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UK joins calls for international boycott of Russian athletes and sports sponsorship | HeraldScotland

The letter also states that athletes selected by Russia or Belarus, “administrators and teams repre…
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