Daniel Jarvis: the St Mary’s student with World Championship dreams

The next 18 months are important for any athlete with aspirations of competing at the upcoming World Athletics Championships, and next year’s Olympic Games beyond that. But for St Mary’s University student and distance runner Daniel Jarvis, the stakes couldn’t be higher. The 23-year-old has just finished the penultimate year of his Business Management degree and

Phil Hay and Jon Mackenzie discuss Marcelo Bielsa’s impact at Leeds United

https://soundcloud.com/peter-white-185942145/phil-hay-and-jon-mackenzie-discuss-marcelo-bielsas-impact-at-leeds-united A week has passed since the city of Leeds blew a huge sigh of relief, as its football club announced head coach Marcelo Bielsa is to stay at Elland Road for at least another 12 months. With minimal changes to a playing squad that finished a lowly 13th in the previous campaign,

Rob Dorsett: Career advice from a Sky Sports News reporter

Rob Dorsett has been a Sky Sports News reporter for over fourteen years. He’s covered the FIFA World Cup, interviewed Usain Bolt and was one of the first to report on the Leicester City helicopter tragedy. He spoke to the SportsGazette about his career and gave his advice for young sports journalists wanting

Could social media and personal branding help female athletes to gain more prestige?

The sports media is actively showing off how much they have improved to increase women’s media coverage. Unfortunately, the figures tell us the opposite. Last year, female athletes got 4% of the worldwide sports media coverage according to UNESCO. In 2017, BBC Sport's Barbara Slater, commented, ‘There's a transformation in women's