Lebanon Cedars on the rise to Rugby League triumph

The Cedars created history after their impressive win over France at the Rugby League World Cup. Sports Gazette caught up with two of their players before they face England to discuss hyphenated lives, dual identities and the future of Lebanese rugby. To the Lebanese people, the cedar tree found in the

“I always want to keep my family as the number one priority” – ‘Mum on the run’ Sophie Bubb on juggling motherhood and extreme endurance racing.

As far as extreme sports go, an Ironman race in thirty-plus degrees in near total humidity on a remote Hawaiian island is about as difficult as you can get. Throw in two children under the age of five to look after and the difficult race seems to border on the impossible. This

The Mechanic Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestley reveals the secret world of the F1 pit lane

The groundbreaking book The Mechanic: The secret world of the F1 pit lane by Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestly manages to teleport his reader so vividly back to 2008 - when Hamilton earned his first title with McLaren - that the atmosphere and emotions in Mexico seemed within one’s grasp. In his first book, McLaren’s former

‘‘One day, that’s going to be me’’ – Isaac Chamberlain on a life dedicated to boxing stardom

Sports Gazette spent an afternoon with British boxing prospect Isaac Chamberlain, following his recent TKO victory over Ossie Jervier at the York Hall. In a typically charismatic interview, he explains his route into the sport, the drive behind his community involvement and a potential clash with a heated rival. Tall, stocky,

“I think Joshua will go undefeated for ten years”: Barry Hearn on Anthony Joshua and a lifetime in boxing

From stripping tomato plants while trying to make ends meet as a teenager to founding Matchroom Sport, Barry Hearn has done it all. The chairman of World Snooker and the Professional Darts Corporation has dramatically shifted the sporting landscape. Nick Friend went to meet him ahead of Anthony Joshua's fight

Sexism and Sexual Harassment in the Media: A thing of the Past?

Sexism is a strong word that morphs into different forms. In the sports media world, it can come as a throwaway comment: “Why is she reading the sports news? She probably doesn’t even know the offside rule.” Cue laughter. It can, unfortunately, come as something more sinister: “I will help you get