Paralympic classification – Are para-sports facing their biggest obstacle yet?

The classification process for para-athletes is receiving controversy as more and more British athletes are starting to speak out after a BBC investigation found tactics such as taping up of arms and even shortening limbs of athletes to make the classification regulations. Sports Gazette interviewed Gemma-Lou Stevenson, Editor for and

“You can’t contain Joshua”: Johnny Nelson on Anthony Joshua’s Dominance in the Heavyweight Division

Johnny Nelson is a former British boxer who competed from 1986-2005. He is currently the longest reigning cruiserweight world champion of all time, having held the WBO title from 1999 to 2005 and making 13 successful title defenses. As he currently works as a boxing pundit for Sky Sports, Sports Gazette

BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017: Our Picks

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2017 has seen some fantastic sporting moments with several sportspeople receiving OBE’s and MBE’s. But there is one award that, given the calibre of past winners, is a highlight for any sporting icon – the BBC Sports Personality of the year. Next month will see the 2017 shortlist candidates announced, with

City and United: The story so far

Photo Credit: WikimediaCommons   Manchester City and Manchester United have both had blistering starts to their Premier League campaigns, but six games in, what have we learnt so far? Both sides have managed to rack up an impressive 16 points with five wins and one draw each so far, and before this weekend, the

Luke Campbell: The forgotten golden boy

Luke Campbell takes on Jorge Linares in the early hours of Sunday morning, in a bid to become WBA lightweight champion of the world. At the 2012 London Olympics, Campbell, then twenty-two, managed to fulfil his dream of winning gold. He was joined in this feat by countrymen Nicola Adams