Launch of Strategy for Sport and Physical Activity

by Amy Rohu
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Trinity College Dublin have launched ‘Realising Potential: A Strategy for Sport and Physical Activity 2022 – 2026’. The vision is that ‘sport at the heart of the Trinity experience’ is for everyone, whatever their journey or level of engagement, whether it is for wellbeing, social, skill development, performance or fun, writes Amy Rohu.

Speaking about the launch, Dr. Linda Doyle, Provost, Trinity College Dublin said: “Sport is such an important feature of life at Trinity. it really matters to the overall student experience and student life on campus. One of the things I really love about this strategy is that it talks about sport and physical activity in a way that ensures all students, staff and the wider community can engage

in sport and physical activity in an inclusive environment.”  

Prof. Catherine McCabe, Dean of Students, Trinity College Dublin added: “Sport is an incredible vehicle for student engagement, alongside the health and fitness benefits, students that engage in sport tend to be more engaged academically and socially. The targets set out in the Trinity Strategy for Sport and physical activity will have a direct benefit for all our students and aim to provide a range of diverse sporting and activity opportunities that are accessible to all our students. Sport and physical activity are a key part of campus life and a positive student experience.” 

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