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2016, Daniel Ryan, Decathlon, Euro Youth Championships A review of the Decathlon's second day featuring the Irish boy, Daniel Ryan, competing in the 110m .
More than 36,000 people across Northern Ireland have accomplished their mission of walking, running or cycling around more than 150,000 miles. Over the last seven weeks Beat the Street has seen large parts of Northern Ireland turned into a real-life game, where residents were challenged to go on a virtual race to race. Tens of thousands of residents took part in the challenge tapping special sensors across Belfast with cards in return for points and prizes for their chosen school or team. By transforming Northern Ireland into a free, giant game, Beat the Street has put the fun in active travel. Beat the Street has already helped more than 300,000 get active in 2016 with the challenge in Northern Ireland proving to be one of the biggest and most popular Beat the Street games held yet. An awards event was held at Queen’s PEC on 10 November to celebrate the community’s success. As well as recognising the success of all those who took part in Beat the Street, the awards event was an opportunity to present prizes to the individuals and teams who topped the leader board. In Northern Ireland, the top team were Stranmillis Primary School who won £1,000 in Decathlon vouchers for walking, running and cycling more than 15,000 miles. Prizes were also awarded to St Bride’s Primary School, Strandtown Primary School, Cranmore Integrated Primary School, LAE School of Dance and others. Janet underwent major back surgery this Summer and has played Beat the Street along with her husband as a way of recovering from surgery. Speaking about the game, Janet said: “Along with the physical improvements to my back and increased fitness level, being out in the fresh air, seeing nature and meeting and chatting with people in my local community has had a great impact on my... Beat the Street in Northern Ireland was funded by the National Charity Partnership between Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Tesco. Through money raised by Tesco colleagues and under its Let’s Do This brand, the partnership is working in 15 areas across the UK in 2016 and 2017 to help millions of people to eat better and be more active. MORE: Beat The Street proving a huge hit in Northern Ireland. MORE: There's a real-life walking and cycling game taking place around Belfast. Jenna Hall, Programme Director for the National Charity Partnership, added: “Over the last seven weeks Beat the Street has created a real buzz in Northern Ireland. The awards event showcased just how successful this game has been in engaging the community. I hope that residents in Northern Ireland will continue to explore their local area and stay active now that the game has finished. “Type 2 diabetes can double a person’s risk of developing heart and circulatory disease and both conditions can lead to other health problems, but they are largely preventable. Projects like Beat the Street are helping hundreds of thousands of people to reduce their risk of both by getting active and staying active. Although the Beat the Street game has now finished, organisers Intelligent Health will continue to build a legacy for the game in Northern Ireland through further events and activities. com/BTSNI to stay up to date on future Beat the Street updates. Source: www.belfastlive.co.uk
More than 36,000 people across Northern Ireland have accomplished their mission of walking, running or cycling around more than 150,000 miles. Over the last seven weeks Beat the Street has seen large parts of Northern Ireland turned into a real-life
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