“I felt lost – I’d had this one goal to win the Olympics”: Adrian Moorhouse on swimming as escapism, Olympic gold and the mental strain on today’s athletes

“Yes, I won the Olympics but at some point, I couldn’t swim; like any other kid, I had to learn how,” Adrian Moorhouse reflects with a considered poignancy as we discuss the development of a champion athlete. It is a world that Moorhouse, a gold medallist in the 100m breaststroke at

NBA Player’s give their opinion on LeBron James’ free agency

On Monday morning, ESPN released a poll that it had done with 48 anonymous players from 12 different teams. One major topic was LeBron James’ future after the 2018 season if he decides to opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent. Here are

Why don’t we play Baseball in the UK? An afternoon with the Bracknell Inferno

With Major League Baseball Spring Training just around the corner, it isn’t long before America’s Game returns to our screens for the summer months. Whilst the sport’s history means that it is completely synonymous with the States in a way that American Football and Basketball perhaps aren’t, Baseball has somewhat faded

Since 1955 Podcast: Super Spurs, problems at United, Chelsea host Barca

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/since-1955-first-leg-recappreview Fellow Gazette writers Will Pearse and Shane Murphy joined me to chat about an insane first week of Champions League round of 16 matchups and what lies ahead this week! Talking Tottenham's huge result in Turin, Madrid's thriller against PSG, Mourinho's problems at Old Trafford, and look ahead to Chelsea v

Meet Tina Cockhill: 50 years old and cycling for Great Britain

The prospect of representing Great Britain in a given sport seems illusory for the vast majority of people, especially once one’s teenage years or early twenties are over. However, cycling provides those who thought the prospects of achieving such an honour were long past with a special opportunity. The UCI (Union

The Simply Red guitarist who became Liverpool’s masseur: Sylvan Richardson on working in football, Sir Chris Hoy and one of Britain’s greatest groups

Sylvan Richardson chuckles as he recounts an anecdote from his time as Liverpool’s masseur, working under his old boss, Brendan Rodgers. “I’d be going about my business and Brendan would be with one of his manager friends and he’d be like: ‘Oh, come and meet Sylvan. He was in Simply Red!’.”

Formula One Uncovered: Countdown to season 2018

The countdown to the 2018 Formula One season has officially started, with both Haas and Williams revealing their new cars this week. The sport has slowly begun coming out of hibernation revealing more and more pieces of information about this season.  While we’ve been kept in the dark over the past few