“Fast bowling is something that is born within someone”: Steven Finn on the Ashes, dealing with disappointment and bowling quick

Since Steven Finn made his Test match bow against Bangladesh in 2010, 36 Englishmen have been handed their debuts in cricket’s toughest format. A debutant just seven months after Jonathan Trott made his international entrance and more than two years before Joe Root arrived on the scene, it is easy

OverHyped: AFC/NFC championship round with Jonny Williams!

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/overhyped-afcnfc-championship-with-jonny-williams Matt is again joined by Perform NFL expert Jonny "Football" Williams as they break down the INSANE Divisional Round games, NFL coaching hires/fires, chat about the upcoming AFC/NFC Conference title games, and make their picks for Pats/Jags and Eagles/Vikings!!   *Note: After looking into the Blake Bortles/Brett Favre reference on the broadcast,

“We had never even raced a four-man bobsled before the Olympics”: Devon Harris on Cool Runnings and the incredible story of the Jamaican bobsleigh team

“I think people still recall our story because people can see themselves in us,” Devon Harris says pensively, smiling as he recalls his role in one of sport’s most extraordinary feats. Harris worked as an officer in the Jamaica Defence Force until he thrust himself into a life-changing gamble in late

Swedish defenseman Calle Ackered thriving in “more offensive” British ice hockey

Ice hockey is not exactly a staple of British sporting culture. In fact, when you mention the very word "hockey", most Britons assume you're talking about a different sport entirely. However, the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) and teams like the Guildford Flames are changing that. With top players from around