GOATs endangered after Messi and Ronaldo exit World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were knocked out of the World Cup today, much to the dismay of some, but to the glee of many.  Fans and critics turned to Twitter after the game either to vent their frustrations or ridicule the rivals, and within seconds, both players were trending.   The Messi

Who are the tennis brothers?

It is a well trodden path, that of a sports star becoming a pundit. It is only natural for many retired athletes to want to continue and participate in their sport, and broadcasting is one way they can do this while earning. What the media looks for these days, though, is

Can Wimbledon do it better than the BBC?

Wimbledon take control of their own broadcasting for the first time in history. Sports Gazette reporter Emily Victoria spoke with Wimbledon's Head of Broadcasting, Paul Davies, to find out how this will impact fans watching at home, and if Wimbledon Broadcasting Services (WBS) can really live up to the BBC's

#ThreeLions: Will Gareth Southgate’s England rue a second-place finish in the World Cup knockout stages?

The question is simple: Mistake or Masterstroke? With England having secured a place in the World Cup Round of 16 for the first time in eight years, manager Gareth Southgate had a decision to make for the final group match against Belgium. There were suggestions that finishing in second position would be

‘It was hard but it was enjoyable’ – Jenny Archer MBE on her decade with the Crazy Gang and coaching career at Fulham Ladies

Jenny Archer MBE is perhaps better known for her influence on Paralympian David Weir CBE, who has thrived under her guidance, winning six gold medals and securing eight London Marathon victories in the process. The pair founded the Weir Archer Academy in 2013, and Archer details how the ambitious Weir made

‘I’m privileged to be able to do something that I like’ – Las Leonas XII head coach Pedro de Matias on the importance of women’s rugby in Spain

Just before the Spanish Sevens team embark on their last stop of the World Rugby Series in Paris, head coach Pedro de Matias outlined his ambitions for the tournament. “We want to be at the top, we want to feel that we can play against anyone and control the game,” he

Twitter reacts to Michy ‘Batman’ Batshuayi’s celebration faux pas against England

Michy Batshuayi is known for taking life not too seriously sometimes. The Belgian striker is the top football player to follow on social media if you fancy some giggles every now and then.  The self-proclaimed ‘Batman’ has caused some uproar in the Bundesliga after Chelsea sent him on loan to Borussia Dortmund. He

Jamaican Rugby: The long road to sponsorship

In the second part of our series with the Jamaican men's rugby sevens team, Adam Samuel  finds out why sponsorship has become an urgent matter, heading into the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco later this year:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGrKxdqnW1c SEE PART ONE HERE