“You feel like you’ve won everything you can for them, and then you’re forgotten about”: David Weir MBE on his Academy, London Marathon victories and Mental Health

On the evening when St. Mary’s University announced a partnership with his Academy, David Weir MBE opened up to the Sports Gazette about why he decided to launch the Academy, and his battle with depression. With six Paralympic gold medals and eight London Marathon titles to his name, Weir has inspired

“I’ve found futsal players tend to be easier to talk to and build a rapport with” – FA Referees on differences between officiating football and futsal matches

In a football season where refereeing decisions have dominated the back pages for the all the wrong reasons, Sports Gazette spoke to three FA referees about their experiences in officiating both football and futsal, and why getting involved in the latter should be encouraged to the younger generation. From the introduction

“I want to help inspire the next generation of athletes” – Team England’s Dillon LaBrooy on his transition from basketball to wheelchair racing and Commonwealth Games debut

On the evening when St Mary’s University, Twickenham announced a partnership with the Weir Archer Academy, para athlete Dillon LaBrooy and his father Gavin spoke to Sports Gazette about the youngster’s wheelchair racing beginnings and his Commonwealth Games debut in Australia. To say that six-time Paralympian champion David Weir MBE has

‘They have a spirit which is hard to find’ – Las Leonas XV head coach José Antonio Barrio on the emergence of rugby in Spain, Rio 2016 impact and Six Nations absence

Spain head coach José Antonio Barrio opens up to Sports Gazette about how success in the men’s and women’s game is helping rugby emerge as a popular sport in the country, and what needs to be done to take the next step and compete at the highest level. When searching into

“I know I can perform under pressure now on the biggest stage”: Team England’s Dan Goodfellow on Olympic Bronze, Tom Daley and Commonwealth Games

On the eve of embarking on his Commonwealth Games debut, Team England diver Dan Goodfellow spoke to Sports Gazette about his experience at the Olympics in Brazil, and how he managed to succeed in the sport at such a young age. Team England have a cherished history in diving at the

“People pay subscriptions and licensing fees to hear articulate insight”: Garth Crooks on football punditry and his playing career

Garth Crooks opens up to the Sports Gazette by discussing his insights about the state of football punditry, and reflects on his professional career which spanned for 14 years in the English game. Tottenham supporters will surely have fond memories of the striker as he helped the North London club secure

“It will always be my passion”: Quentin Robinot on table tennis media coverage, early influences and pre-tournament preparations

On the eve of the Table Tennis Team World Cup, France international Quentin Robinot spoke to Sports Gazette about his preparation for the tournament, and his rise in the sport which currently sees him 76th in the world rankings. France have never won the competition and the 1994 edition in Nîmes

World XI players who should retire from international football

The international football world has recently bid farewell to a handful of great servants. Modern day legends such as Holland superstar Arjen Robben and Italy’s 2006 World Cup winner Gianluigi Buffon have recently decided to walk away from the international game. While both their nations failed to qualify for the upcoming World

The Top 4 Football Stadiums not selected to host the Champions League Final

UEFA recently announced that La Liga giants Atlético Madrid will have the honour of hosting the 2019 Champions League final at their new Wanda Metropolitano stadium. This will be the first time that the club’s stadium will host the final of the elite European club competition. Despite being one of the most