The BBC has released the shortlist for the 2019 Sports Personality of the Year. Their nominations include athletes Dina Asher-Smith and Katarina Johnson-Thompson, footballer Raheem Sterling, cricketer Ben Stokes, rugby union’s Alun Wyn Jones and Formula One’s Lewis Hamilton.
But what about those who have disgraced their sport, the cheats and
After being approved by World Rugby earlier this year, RugbyX made its debut at the O2 arena last Tuesday. Masterminded by Fiji's former gold medal-winning coach Ben Ryan, this new smaller 5-a-side, full contact version of rugby went down a treat.
Fans at the O2 were treated to two sessions of
RugbyX kicks off this afternoon, with a number of nations from around the world challenging for the first trophy at the O2 arena.
The crowds will be treated to full contact 5-aside rugby on a half-sized pitch, where there will be no lineouts, no conversions and a one on one decider
Group A Preview
RugbyX is coming to London on Tuesday 29th October and some of the 7's circuit's biggest names will be coming to the O2 in a bid to win the very first trophy. Unsure what RugbyX is? Check out Sports Gazettes preview here:
Group A includes England, Barbarians and Ireland.
Standing at 309 metres high, with over 11,000 panes of glass and 95 floors, the Shard dominates the London skyline. Free climber George King scaled Europe's fourth-largest building without the aid of safety equipment in July earlier this year.
His death-defying stunt took just 45 minutes to complete and briefly closed
Dom Sibley's outstanding season with Warwickshire CCC was rewarded earlier this week with the opener receiving his first call up into the national side.
Sibley, who was recently named Players' Player of the Year and Members Player of the Year for Warwickshire will be travelling with the England squad next month
Not many people can call themselves a World Cup winner, but one man who has that honour is ex-England international Dan Luger.
The former England winger represented his nation at two Rugby World Cups and was part of the famous squad that brought home the Webb Ellis Cup in 2003. The