What to expect from sport in 2019

As the dust settles on 2018, it would be easy to sit back and reflect on another amazing year of sport. With the FIFA World Cup, the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup and all of the annual events too, there was certainly plenty to celebrate. Even if it didn’t quite

International NBA players to watch on Christmas Day

Everyone has a different Christmas tradition, but for basketball fans this means watching the NBA on Christmas. This year, there are five festive treats on Christmas Day, the biggest of which is the LeBron James/Steph Curry match-up during L.A. Lakers' game with Golden State Warriors.  However, there are other players that

David Tossell discusses NFL Europe, London franchises and NFL UK’s future vision

On a cold and wet November day in London, the National Football League (NFL) UK offices are quiet and calm. Expecting a vibrant hub of activity, the PR and marketing team are chatting amiably over a coffee. With the final NFL International Series game in London finished, David Tossell — head

A Coach’s Christmas: The contrasting festive fortunes of the NFL’s tactical gurus

For NFL head coaches, the Christmas holiday is not the escape that most of us enjoy. Crucial games with playoff implications are to be strategized for, and it is but a solemn reminder for those under-performing that the dreaded ‘Black Monday’ is just a week away. Indeed, on Monday 31st December, one

“I simply can’t make peace with the way I was treated and I never will,” former New England Patriots Cheerleader, Lyndsey Raucher, speaks out about the pressures of being an NFL cheerleader

Some American girls want to become a ballerina or a dancer, but Lyndsey Raucher decided to take a chance on becoming a cheerleader for the New England Patriots. However, that decision soon turned into a nightmare as the reality proved to be a tale of mental health agony, eating disorders,

The story of London’s last remaining polo club

Britain. 1926. A year remembered for the general strike and the birth of Queen Elizabeth II. A horse-powered country that was still recovering from the devastation of the Great War. Millions were still restricted to strict rationing. Just 8 miles away from Hyde Park corner a new social hub for the

The Jacksonville Roar cheerleaders on balancing jobs, sisterhood & supporting the Jaguars

A football flies through the air, hurtled from the hand of quarterback Blake Bortles. 'Jaguars on three' comes the shout from the huddle as the offense and defence prepare to scrimmage at the Allianz Park. It's bitingly cold throughout practice. Frosted breath escapes into the atmosphere. The players don team-branded hoodies