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With Pride Cup events on hold, we are staying connected by catching up with members of our Pride Cup sporting family via a casual chat and virtual cuppa!
Joining Kara on the couch today for a 'Pride Cuppa' interview is Pride Cup Ambassador and all round sports legend Stacy! Here, Stacy has a chat about sport, her club, playing in a Pride Cup and how she is going during this Social Isolation period. Grab yourself a cuppa, and spend a few minutes getting to know a player from a local community sporting network, who is missing her team sport as much as you miss yours!
Mental wellbeing is an important topic on everyone’s mind right now. Depression, anxiety and other mental health challenges and emotional distress have been the focus of many conversations, especially amid social isolation during COVID-19.
Social distancing measures for runners and cyclists need to be greater than for people walking, because of the effects of slipstream, according to a study by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and Eindhoven University of Technology.
Pride Cup is committed to assisting our sporting clubs and LGBTI+ community during this time of need. Throughout the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the associated social isolation, we will be providing up to date information on health and wellbeing tactics to keep socially, physically, emotionally and commercially health. In this video update, Pride Cup shares what operations look like during the Covid-19 pandemic and how they are working to help their clubs, employees and athletes conquer social isolation.
‘The Pride Cup was extremely important from a club perspective. Hosting a Pride Cup both encouraged us and held us to account to ensure that we are providing a welcoming, non-judgmental, and safe environment where everyone is treated with respect and dignity.’
Cricket stepped up to the crease in November 2019, with the first ever cricket Pride Cup hosted by Holy Trinity Cricket Club (Vs Preston CC & Darebin Falcons).Not only did both Preston and Darebin jump at the chance to play against Holy Trinity, Darebin Falcons brought out of retirement an ‘all-stars’ side to play on the day.