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Ashlie and Stephen go to the gym to prepare for a half-marathon for charity. Who’s going to be better prepared?
Rob and Ashlie review some gym vocabulary and how to use ‘going to’ to talk about plans.
Stephen and Ashlie run the half-marathon but disagree about how to win the medal. Who’s going to win?
Joe visits the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to watch the Ladies Academy side compete and to learn more about women’s football in England. Will they win?
Ashlie and Ellie have a great time on the indoor snowboarding slope, but it turns out climbing isn't as easy as Stephen thought...
Tess and Ravi talk about football and hooligans in the UK and how things have changed. Adam is on holiday so we only have Rob this week.
Do you know your tennis? Can you match these words used to talk about tennis to the correct definitions?
In 2004 the Olympic Games returned to its home in Greece, where it began around 3000 years ago. The first recorded Olympic festival took place in 776 BC, and sport was only one part of the festival.
Martial arts have never been more popular. From the graceful, dance like moves of t’ai chi and capoeira to the explosive fighting styles of kung fu and karate, there is a martial art to suit every taste.
First motorcycles are like first loves; you never forget them. My first motorbike was a blue 175cc BSA Bantam and I fell in love at first sight.
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