Together: Brothers Soltunc Competing And Supporting Each Other In F1 Esports Series Finals

Salih (left) and Sonuc Saltunc are the first pair of brothers to qualify for the inaugural F1 Esports Series Finals in Abu Dhabi. (James Pike photo) For most of the competitors in this weekend's F1 Esports Series Finals, the competition has been about individual performance. But from the start, Sonuc and Salih Saltunc have done it together. The Saltunc brothers, who

Adversity, Tragedy, Perseverance, Triumph: The Story of Furniture Row Racing and Martin Truex, Jr.’s Championship Run

The first Canadian crew chief and first New Jersey-born driver to win the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title had a lot to smile about after last night. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images for NASCAR) HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Adversity, vanquished. That was the story on Sunday night, as Martin Truex, Jr. held off Kyle

Don’t Crack Podcast: Episode 6 – Scottish World Cup Woes

In the sixth addition of the Don’t Crack Podcast, we discuss the continued failure of the Scottish men's football team in their quest for a first World Cup appearance in nearly 20 years! For this episode we were joined by Sports Gazette editor and proud, if long suffering, Scotsman Matt Horsman. LISTEN

What next for Wales?

That feeling is back again. That sinking feeling when you should have done better, but you’ve fallen at the vital point. That one is common amongst Welsh fans. Whether it be losing 3-0 to the USSR in the qualifying rounds for the 1982 World Cup, meaning they didn’t qualify on goal

“The closest ATP final we had so far”, says Sky tennis expert Marcel Meinert

Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin will go head-to-head in London’s O2 Arena for the second time in this years Nitto ATP Finals to prove they are the world’s best. Kicking out both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Goffin would deserve to be crowned champion. Yet, Dimitrov had beaten every opponent

“I just knew in my bones that I’d get another chance to finish it off”: Michael Thomas and co captured in new documentary: 89

“Something happened that everybody said was impossible.”  These were the words of Lee Dixon, speaking at the premiere of 89, a new documentary film that tells the story of Arsenal’s fabled last-minute league win over Liverpool in 1989.  Dixon - an executive producer of the film and full back in that championship