From England Sevens to the Atlanta Falcons: Alex Gray is a different kind of NFL rookie

"You have to be willing to sacrifice who you are right now for who you want to become."  Alex Gray is an enigma of the National Football League. Coming off his first season with the Atlanta Falcons, he's taken a phenomenal leap of faith. After a successful eight-year professional rugby career,

Predicting the fate of the NFL’s loaded 2018 quarterback draft class

It was just the third time in the modern era of the draft and 21st century that five college quarterbacks were taken in the opening round. This group legitimately have the potential to become the greatest QB class of all time, up there with the famed draft class of 1983 which included

“Most rowers have no desire to deal with the ‘elite’ aspects of the sport”: Cambridge rower James Letten debunks its myth of elitism

The Boat Race is an annual rowing contest between the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Clubs. Ahead of the event Saturday, we spoke with James Letten about the misconceptions around the sport, its funding, and more. James Letten is the tallest rower to ever compete in the storied University Boat Race, and

Everything you need to know about Guildford Flames Ice hockey team after the 3-0 win against Dundee Stars

The Guildford Flames are currently playing in the Elite Ice Hockey League – the highest level of ice hockey in the UK – for the first time in their history. Last night (March 21),  they defeated the Dundee Stars, who already have no chance of reaching the playoffs. They finished with

Don’t Crack Podcast: Episode 9 – Myth Busting & Beards with Hugh Woozencroft

In the ninth addition of the Don't Crack Podcast we are joined by BBC Sport journalist and Twitter phenomenon Hugh Woozencroft! Sporting myths are this weeks theme, and we also talk about team branding and why the beard is making a comeback in newsrooms across the country. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST BELOW: https://soundcloud.com/user-303248527/dont-crack-e9-with-hugh-woozencroft Adam

Wilt Chamberlain and the Unbreakable Scoring Record

The debate surrounding sport’s unbreakable records always provides a fascinating microcosmic insight into the nature of competition at the highest level. Today marks the anniversary of perhaps one of the most enduring statistics in the world of professional sport: Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game.  To speculate on the nature of sporting records,

Golden State Warriors skipping White House visit to spend time with local kids

Back in September of 2017, the Golden State Warriors had to make a decision about visiting the White House later on in the season. As is customary, the defending champion of all major American sports is invited to the President's domain to showcase the trophy and take pictures (MLB's champion

NBA Player’s give their opinion on LeBron James’ free agency

On Monday morning, ESPN released a poll that it had done with 48 anonymous players from 12 different teams. One major topic was LeBron James’ future after the 2018 season if he decides to opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent. Here are