Since when has mental health been more important than a gold medal? ALWAYS! It is unfortunate that more people haven’t prioritised their mental, and physical, health over their sport, work, or any performances. The recent withdrawals
A sound mind in a sound body, is a maxim attributed to the Greek philosopher, Thales, of sixth century Before the Common Era (BCE), and it has been assumed that it is true. It looks like that no one checked it out. The maxim has its own merits in very many ways. But it seems that it is not holding up after a lapse of 2,500 years.
On Tuesday morning, star Team USA gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from one of the finals events of the Tokyo Olympics, saying, “I have to focus on my mental health and not jeopardize my health and well-being.” Biles had
The topic of mental health is being spoken about so loudly in all aspects of life these days and even more so lately in the world of sports. This week we take a look at how mental health
The recently concluded Tokyo Olympics put mental health under the spotlight after four-time Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles pulled out of the women’s gymnastics team final and couple of other competitions to focus on her mental health (“Tearful Japanese
This is not the first time that two teenagers clashed in a Grand Slam final, bringing fame and glamour and the big money that goes with it.
It was unfortunate to see the reigning world champion Naomi Osaka leave the US Open so early in the tournament (“Brilliant Bencic stuns Osaka; Wawrinka up as Djokovic quits,”