Tom Evans, the British Army soldier representing Britain at the World Trail Championships

The sterile smell of disinfectants was in the air and the massive, black treadmill stood out from the clean, white walls. Welsh Guards Captain Tom Evans was running on it – his face distorted with pain under a blue mask through which oxygen supply was being changed – mimicking the

What happens after Serena? WTA on the road to success

Although not a Grand Slam, the Indian Wells Masters currently taking place in California is one of nine tournaments just below the four majors in importance. It is also one of only 12 combined events where the ATP meets the WTA. It is those big tournaments where the world simultaneously

When winning isn’t enough: upcoming Formula One stars on a rocky way to success

Never before have children been under so much pressure to perform. The world seems to be turning faster than ever and our children are rolling with it. Young footballers, for example, make debuts at the age of 16. Formula One is heading towards a similar direction. Ena Bilobrk spoke to

“How a call from Samir Nasri changed my life”: tales of a VIP concierge

Newcastle, Arsenal, Chelsea, Bournemouth, Bayern Munich are only a few examples of clubs Johnny Vegas’ clients play for. The 31-year-old American lives the lifestyle of high-calibre footballers while organising everything from their holidays to Stag Dos. Ena Bilobrk spoke to the young entrepreneur about the crazy lifestyle of today’s top athletes,

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

Adrián: “West Ham is much more than a simple football club for me”

Being eliminated from a tournament is never ideal, but in West Ham’s case it might be for the greater good. The EFL Cup defeat against Arsenal ended a three-match unbeaten streak, but at the same time it allows them to focus on staying up in the Premier League. Adrián, who

From refugee camp to Socceroos World Cup glory

Thanks to the FIFA World Cup draw, we can finally pin down the first telly dates for June and have six months of long debates on who will make it through. But Miloš Degenek won’t spend the 16th of June in front of the telly. Instead, he will appear on it,

“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