“We had never even raced a four-man bobsled before the Olympics”: Devon Harris on Cool Runnings and the incredible story of the Jamaican bobsleigh team

“I think people still recall our story because people can see themselves in us,” Devon Harris says pensively, smiling as he recalls his role in one of sport’s most extraordinary feats. Harris worked as an officer in the Jamaica Defence Force until he thrust himself into a life-changing gamble in late

Swedish defenseman Calle Ackered thriving in “more offensive” British ice hockey

Ice hockey is not exactly a staple of British sporting culture. In fact, when you mention the very word "hockey", most Britons assume you're talking about a different sport entirely. However, the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) and teams like the Guildford Flames are changing that. With top players from around

“Wrestling allowed me to show people what I can do” – Anthony Robles on his incredible journey to becoming national champion

Very rarely do you meet someone with quite as inspirational a story as Anthony Robles -  2011 NCAA wrestling national champion. He became a national champion despite being neglected by all top tier colleges, he was undefeated in his last two years of high school despite only starting the sport at

“I don’t really give the critics much thought” – Tyrrell Hatton on proving his doubters wrong

For Tyrrell Hatton his rise into one of the finest golfers on the planet has not been without its drawbacks.  Frequently his temperament has been called into question following an outburst or the banging of a club into the ground after a poor shot. But what does the man himself have to

“I have to actually pinch myself”: Barry Hearn on changing lives, the BDO and the role of golf in darts’ meteoric rise

If boxing was Barry Hearn’s first love, and snooker was where he first made his name as a pioneering innovator, it is darts where his influence has been most evident in recent years . Since taking charge of the Professional Darts Corporation in 2001, a derided pub game has become a marketable

“I don’t practice at all”: Gary Anderson on family, Taylor, Van Gerwen and a 3-year-old child prodigy

At 46 years-old and a two-time world champion, Gary Anderson is content with life as his year reaches its pinnacle, with the PDC World Championship descending on London’s Alexandra Palace next week – two months after the birth of his daughter. The Flying Scotsman, as he is known, has appeared in

“The thing that kept me moving forward was getting back in the water” – Hannah Miley on Olympic heartbreak and her road to recovery

15 hundredths of a second were all that stood between Hannah Miley and an Olympic medal. Despite a tricky year, the girl from Inverurie is back and ready to defend her crown for the second time at next year’s Commonwealth Games. After her disappointment in Rio, Miley has spent the past

“If football wasn’t around, frisbee would’ve filled that void.”

Ultimate Frisbee, otherwise known as Ultimate, is fairly new to most people’s consciousness, but it is not to be taken lightly, argues St Mary’s University men’s team captain, Alex Dickinson. He explained how this lack of knowledge causes people to underrate Ultimate. Dickinson explained that people often asked him: "Ultimate Frisbee?

“I think the tournament opens many doors for women”: Camilla Lennarth on the Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open

Women’s sport is the place to be. The 2017 Women’s Football World Cup attracted record crowds.  So did the 2017 Women’s Ashes series across all formats, with many people seeing it as a turning point in women’s cricket. Women’s golf is no exception either. Attendances at events are up and

“One of the most unexpected and close ATP Finals”, says Sky tennis expert Marcel Meinert

Grigor Dimitrov and David Goffin will go head-to-head in London’s O2 Arena for the second time in this years Nitto ATP Finals to prove they are the world’s best. Kicking out both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Goffin would deserve to be crowned champion. Yet, Dimitrov had beaten every opponent