What I learned writing for the Sports Gazette

There is no better place to learn to be a sports journalist than the Sports Gazette. Or at least this is what I found out from my time as a Sports Journalism student writing regularly for the website. Not only did I become a better writer, but I also did a range

Niamh Moody out to prove competitive weightlifting and modeling are not incompatible

Every elite athlete lifts weights for strength and conditioning, but the sport of weightlifting is completely different. That is what Physical Geography student at Durham University, Niamh Moody, discovered when she gave up on rowing to take up weightlifting. Despite achieving a bronze medal at the National Schools championships in rowing, Moody

“I don’t put limits on myself. I don’t feel like I’m going to get to a time and think that’s it”: Jamal Rhoden-Stevens on his hunger for success on the track

Jamal Rhoden-Stevens did not begin taking athletics seriously until he turned 18 years old. Now 23, he is returning home from his first Team GB experience at last weekend’s World Indoor Athletics Championships, where he ran in the 4 x 400m relay. He vividly recalls how it was his father who