From the early female football pioneers to the female face of e-sports — Chapter 4 Part 2

This is the fourth in a multi-part series on women in sport. Chapter 1 explored the early days of the Olympic movement, Chapter 2 grapples with the struggles of sexual identity, Chapter 3 looks at the influence of the media on gender views and Chapter 4 Part 1 discusses the sexualisation of women's sport. Chapter 4: Sexualisation of Women's Sport (part 2 of 2) Despite the fact that sexualisation and exploitation are clearly

David Tossell discusses NFL Europe, London franchises and NFL UK’s future vision

On a cold and wet November day in London, the National Football League (NFL) UK offices are quiet and calm. Expecting a vibrant hub of activity, the PR and marketing team are chatting amiably over a coffee. With the final NFL International Series game in London finished, David Tossell — head

“My goal was to improve rhythmic gymnastics in the country” — Stephani Sherlock on her career, doping and rhythmic gymnastics in the UK and Russia

Gymnastics was never the plan for Stephani Sherlock. Growing up in Moscow, her Russian mother was intent for her daughter to prioritise education, with the aim of moving to the UK — which she did at 13, before embarking on an undergraduate degree at St Mary’s University, Twickenham earlier this

Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders: Jon Gruden & Pete Carroll on form, improvement & adapting to London

The first of three NFL games in London kicks off Sunday 14th October, as the 1-4 Oakland Raiders meet the 2-3 Seattle Seahawks at Wembley Stadium. While the second coming of Jon Gruden — he was initially Raiders head coach from 1998 to 2001 — has not yet resulted in the smooth revival