“Most rowers have no desire to deal with the ‘elite’ aspects of the sport”: Cambridge rower James Letten debunks its myth of elitism

The Boat Race is an annual rowing contest between the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Clubs. Ahead of the event Saturday, we spoke with James Letten about the misconceptions around the sport, its funding, and more. James Letten is the tallest rower to ever compete in the storied University Boat Race, and

“I almost led a secret life”: Phil Harris on becoming Britain’s best figure skater, looking ahead to Beijing 2022

Ahead of the 2018 World Figure Skating Championships in Milan, we spoke to three-time British national champion Phillip Harris about his rise to the pinnacle of the sport. The 28-year-old Blackpool native was stranded in a London airport with an unexpected moment to reflect, eagerly waiting for details on his delayed

Since 1955 Podcast: Spurs and PSG out, Chelsea and United…in?

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/since-1955-second-leg-recappreview Adam Samuel and Aramide Oladipo from the "Don't Crack" podcast sit in to chat about Spurs devastating collapse against Juventus, Madrid defeating PSG, Chelsea's chances against Barca and United hosting Seville!

“It takes a lot to stay on top of the world for so long”: U.S.A. Para ice hockey captain Josh Pauls on his inspirational journey, dominating the Paralympics

Josh Pauls and the United States Para ice hockey team are two-time defending Paralympic gold medalists, and kicked off their PyeongChang 2018 campaign with a 10-0 thumping of Japan on Sunday. The game was a rematch of the Vancouver 2010 gold medal game, when the Americans claimed their second Para ice

“I came to America to play soccer, and worked very hard to earn that opportunity”: Jimmy Medranda on playing in the MLS, and what lies ahead

Ahead of Sporting Kansas City's season opener against New York City FC, we caught up with Jimmy Medranda to chat about his journey to the MLS from Colombia, his development, and more. "It's difficult to be away from family in another culture and language, but the fans and my teammates help

“The world will know my name, I promise you that”: Julian Marquez on his incredible rise to the UFC, and his Kansas City roots

Ahead of UFC 222, we caught up with middleweight Julian "The Cuban Missile Crisis" Marquez to hear about his journey from Kansas City to the highest level of mixed martial arts. Julian Marquez (7-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC) burst onto the national MMA and UFC scene after a stunning knockout on Dana White's

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

Since 1955 Podcast: The Premier League Strikes Back

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/the-premier-league-strikes-back Richard Lenton sits in to share his thoughts on FIVE English clubs competing in the Champions League and the future of the Premier League in European competition in this mini-pod. The guys also chat about their predictions on how the clubs will fare in the Round of 16, Quarterfinals, and

Top 7 Olympic ice hockey moments

It's time for hockey fans all around the world to marvel at their favorite international tournament: after a long four years, it's finally here. However, this year in Pyeongchang we will see a different version of the premier international ice hockey competition. For the first time since the 1994 Lillehammer