‘Black Friday’ headline on Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling. Why the editor of Corriere dello Sport should be fired

Corriere dello Sport front page.

As an Italian sports journalist currently based in London, I noticed last week that most of the coverage of Corriere dello Sport’s controversial ‘Black Friday’ headline revealed that people in England actually know very little about its editor, Ivan Zazzaroni. The Italian daily newspaper ran the headline with photos of Inter

A Dive Towards the Future: Chiara Pellacani dreams big for Tokyo 2020

At only 17 years old, Chiara Pellacani is already a two-time European Champion, in both springboard and platform. Yet, her career has only just begun, and she is now training to qualify for next year’s Olympics in Tokyo. When Pellacani was a child, she used to do lifesaving swimming. She took

Sarah Sjostrom and Chad Le Clos Lead Energy Standard to Victory

Energy Standard celebrates the victory of the European derby in London. Photo Credit: International Swimming League

Turkey-based Energy Standard booked their place in the International Swimming League final by winning the European derby at the hometown of London Roar. The English team still managed to secure a spot in the final, despite finishing second. Energy Standard had a lead of 14 points at the end of Day

International Swimming League Comes to London

Adam Peaty, London Roar in ISL Budapest meet.

Authors: Muireann Duffy and Flavia Festa The International Swimming League arrives in London this weekend, with the Queen Elizabeth Park welcoming athletes from the four European based teams. Some of Team GB’s leading lights such as Adam Peaty, Duncan Scott, James Guy and Benjamin Proud will be in the pool, but not