Across the Pondcast: Episode 4 — Super Bowl LIII Preview with Darren Barnard & Jack Nevill

Jack and Darren preview Super Bowl LII with the help of some of their Sports Gazette colleagues — Rob Clayden, Rob Sutton and Thomas Kaiser. They also breakdown the NFL end of season awards ahead of the announcement of each award on Saturday night. Listen to the podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-564791869/across-the-pondcast-superbowl-preview Darren’s Bio: Darren

Barnet 3-3 Brentford: Battle of the Bees heads for replay after six-goal thriller

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The last remaining non-league side in this season's FA Cup, Barnet earned themselves a replay with Championship side Brentford following a pulsating FA Cup tie. This was a match that really had everything, including Jubilee Line tube drivers peeping their whistles going past the Hive. Ollie Watkins put the visiting Bees in

Brentford boss Thomas Frank expecting tough Barnet game, but believes Bees can progress in FA Cup

It's the fourth round of the FA Cup this weekend and the 'lost magic' brigade have come out of the woodwork to spoil the party. Try telling Barnet fans that, though. After a weekend of upsets — including last-placed League One club AFC Wimbledon’s hammering of West Ham and Millwall's last-gasp victory over Everton — non-league Barnet host Championship

“I wouldn’t give up water polo unless I really was forced to. It’s my outlet from everything,” says Maddy Johnston, University of Michigan star

She was only two months old at the time, but Maddy Johnston was already in her element — the swimming pool. The San Francisco native joked that she initially floated and blew bubbles during her lessons, but fast forward 20 years, and she is now a vital member of the

“We have seen enough. Now it’s time to act” — Niina Toroi wants to see more diversity and ethical decision making in sports management

“Impractical, uninteresting, ungainly, and, I do not hesitate to add, improper.” This is how Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic Games, described women’s sport in the late 19th century. It was a time when modern sport started to become organised. In his opinion “the solemn and periodic exaltation of male athleticism” was

“People tell them to break me in half, but I don’t care” — Nine-year-old Julia Rosado overcomes prejudice to shine against boys in football

I’ve never been called 'uncle' before. Actually, I’ve always wanted to have a little sister and I clearly remember constantly expressing this desire to my parents, who always laughed about it and delivered the same old argument: ‘Well, as a singleton you’ll have all the inheritance for yourself.' A very good