1. Sailability


    Sailing is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied sailors and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms.

  2. Sailing


    Sailing and windsurfing are two great sports for getting you active and energetic, outside in the fresh air.

  3. Salsa


    Latin American style of dance with Cuban origins.

  4. Salsa Aerobics


    Salsa dancing is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits of an aerobic exercise while also allowing you to engage in a social activity.

  5. Salsa Fitness


    Latin American style of dance with Cuban origins.

  6. Samba


    The Samba is an energetic and lively dance that is currently popular in many parts of the world. Syncopated rhythms, bouncing actions, and rolling hip movements characterize the dance. It may be danced with or without a partner.

  7. Sand Yachting


    Land sailing, also known as sand yachting, land yachting or dirtboating, entails overland travel with a sail-powered vehicle, similar to sailing on water.

  8. Sauna


    A sauna is a wood-panelled space with a stove that heats rocks that radiate heat into the enclosed room.

  9. Scaravelli Inspired Yoga


    Scaravelli inspired yoga is a gentle yet powerful form of Hatha yoga that uses gravity and breath to release the spine and energise the body. This approach focuses on ‘the intelligent heart’, an innate sense of our natural patterns of movement to bring harmony and ease to the asanas (postures)

  10. Schooling


    Schooling or flat work comprises taking a horse through the scales of training - of rhythm, suppleness, contact, impulsion, straightness and collection - to the ultimate of having a truly athletic horse which is thoroughly balanced and coordinated.

  11. Scootering


    Scootering is the sport of riding a push scooter and can include tricks on a variety of obstacles.

  12. Scottish Country Dancing


    Scottish Country Dancing involves dancing in sets to Scottish folk music

  13. Scottish Dance


    The traditional Scottish dance is usually described as having four different styles: Ceilidh dance, Highland dance, Scottish country dance and Step dance. They all have some common moves, footworks and patterns.

  14. Scottish Dance Fitness


    Think Scottish Highland dancing, add to that the odd ceilidh step set to funky high – beat music, then you get the picture…

  15. Scottish Hammer throw


    The hammer throwing event features a hammer made from a metal ball weighing around 22 lb for men or 16 lb for women, attached to a wooden pole or handle. Participants use the handle to whirl the hammer around their head and then throw it as far as they can.

  16. Scuba Diving


    Scuba diving is a form of underwater diving in which a diver uses a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (scuba) to breathe underwater.

  17. Self Defence


    The difference between Martial Arts and self-defense is more than just a question of semantics. Martial arts are a type of physical activity that uses techniques from sports and other types of fighting, while self-defense is more about defending yourself physically or verbally against an attacker

  18. Sequence Dancing


    This is a type of ballroom dancing in which the couples all perform the same steps and movements simultaneously.

  19. Sh1ft


    SH1FT– Smart high intensity functional training for all levels. L1FT – Strength and conditioning to build a strong and healthy body. R1ZE – High Intensity functional training using the Step. M1ND – Functional stretching, mobility and stability training for non-yogis.

  20. Shamanic Drumming


    A technique or style of drumming which uses a repetitive rhythm to induce a spiritual state.

  21. Shbam™


    A fun-loving, insanely addictive dance workout. SH’BAM™ is an ego-free zone – no dance experience required. All you need is a playful attitude and a cheeky smile so forget being a wallflower – even if you walk in thinking you can’t, you’ll walk out knowing you can!

  22. Sheaf toss


    The sheaf toss (Scottish Gaelic: sguab) is a traditional Scottish agricultural sport event originally contested at country fairs. A pitchfork is used to hurl a burlap bag stuffed with straw over a horizontal bar above the competitor's head

  23. Shinty


    Shinty (Scottish Gaelic: camanachd, iomain) is a team game played with sticks and a ball. In shinty a player is allowed to play the ball in the air and is allowed to use both sides of the stick, called a caman, which is wooden and slanted on both sides. The stick may also be used to block and to tackle, although a player may not come down on an opponent's stick, a practice called hacking. Players may also tackle using the body as long as it is shoulder-to-shoulder.

  24. Shooting


    Target shooting today is a popular sport, comprising over 41 different disciplines across 3 main categories (Fullbore Rifle & Pistol, Small-bore Rifle & Pistol, and Shotgun)

  25. Short Course Golf


    The definition of a "Short course" is any course that is less than a par 70 or 6,000 yards. This means everything from par-3 courses to regulation-length 9-hole courses to 18-hole executive courses are eligible as long as they are publicly accessible

  26. Short Form Cricket


    e.g. 20:20

  27. Short Mat Bowls


    Short mat bowls is an indoor sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a heavy ball along a fairly flat surface, to gain as many shots as possible by getting their bowls nearer to the jack than their opponents, and so outscore them. The game is a modern variation on lawn bowls, from which it is derived.

  28. Short Tennis


    Short tennis is a game played on a small court with a small racket and a soft ball,

  29. Shotgun


    The shotgun is the name of the sport discipline assigned in the international shooting sports competitions, organised by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF), which includes the three clay shooting disciplines of trap, double trap and skeet.

  30. Shot Put


    Shot Put is an athletic discipline that involves 'putting' a spherical weight as far as possible.

  31. Show Jumping


    Show jumping takes place over a course of obstacles, which can include verticals, spreads, double and triple combinations, usually with many turns and changes of direction.

  32. Singing


    Using your voice to make a tune

  33. Sit N B Fit


    Sit and Be Fit is a television exercise program for older adults and anyone needing slow gentle movement. The show's mission statement is: "Sit and Be Fit is committed to improving the quality of life of older adults and physically limited individuals through safe, effective exercises especially for moderately active seniors or those managing chronic conditions or needing rehabilitation from strokes, heart attacks or other injuries.

  34. Sitting Volleyball


    Sitting volleyball has grown to be one of the more popular Paralympic sports due to the fast and exciting action.

  35. Skateboarding


    Skateboarding is an action sport which involves riding and performing tricks using a skateboard.

  36. Skeleton Racing


    Skeleton is a winter sliding sport in which a person rides a small sled, known as a skeleton bobsled (or -sleigh), down a frozen track while lying face down and head-first. The sport and the sled may have been named from the bony appearance of the sled

  37. Skiing


    Skiing is a popular sport that takes place on snow, artificial surfaces and more recently, on indoor artificial snow slopes. It can be undertaken as a leisure activity or competitive sport and is suitable for most ages.

  38. SkipFit


    SKIP FIT® is the leading jump rope fitness program for people who want to get fit, have fun, and become the best version of themselves.

  39. Skipping


    This is the act of jumping over a rope that is held and swung either by the person jumping or by two other people, as a game or for exercise.

  40. Skiptrix®


    A group exercise programme with multi-levels of jump rope skills and tricks structured into an aerobic workout.