International News Podcast

The host Thomas Kaiser from France discusses International Sports stories from the week with his guests, Leonardo Ferreira from Brazil, Yuichi Hiramitsu from Japan, and Aritra Sen from India. This week we cover, Ichiro Suzuki's retirement, IPL T20 Cricket, Lucas Paqueta Brazil's new #10, and Speed Skiier Simon Billy. https://soundcloud.com/sgazettefootballpodcast/international-news-podcast

March Madness – Why Brits should give it a shot

In football, the international break is ongoing, which let’s be honest is a bore fest. Instead, why not turn your attention to March Madness - a tournament between 64 American college basketball teams. The rules are simple, you lose, you're out, but if you win seven games on the bounce, you're

The Sports Gazette Football Podcast – Episode 2

Welcome to the Sports Gazette Football Podcast, where we talk about some of young prospects around the world, and some of the hot topics in the world of football. On episode 2, we react to the 2019-2019 Champions League Quarter-Final draw, and the news that Zizou is returning to Real Madrid https://soundcloud.com/sgazettefootballpodcast/the-sports-gazette-football-podcast In

From the early female football pioneers to the female face of e-sports — Chapter 6

This is the fifth 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  and Part 2 discusses the sexualisation of women’s sport and Chapter 5 unpacks the unique obstacles facing female athletes in India. Chapter 6: Women in parasports Gemma Stevenson is a journalist

Two time French champion, Robert Espanol, slams the state of modern ‘gladiator rugby’

In Cazéres, a small town of 5,000 people in the south-west of France, two-time French title winner Robert Espanol tunes into his country’s Six Nations clash with England, and laments the state of modern rugby on display. The 89-year-old, who won back to back championships with Castres Olympiques in 1949 and 1950, believes that the game

“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