Belfast. November. 1993. The dust momentarily settles over a war zone which saw a total of 27 deaths throughout October, making it the worst month for casualties in 17 years.
“I was sitting on the Republic of Ireland team coach when the fear hit me. Similarly, it was
completely silent and
At just 19-years-old, Millie Knight has already risen to the top of her sport and boasts a medal cabinet that suggests a long and fruitful career lies ahead.
Having started skiing at the age of six — shortly after she lost her sight — Knight fell in love with the sport, regularly
This weekend marks exactly 100 years since the conclusion of the First World War and as we prepare to commemorate the sacrifice of all the soldiers that gave their lives, locals of one Twickenham pub are remembering a unique story of their own. In the back streets, lies the Rifleman
It is 100 years since the First World War ended, one of the deadliest conflicts in human history.
Everyone in Britain felt the effects of the war. Football included. More than 2,000 professional players, from all 50 clubs, were sent away to serve. Around 100,000 fans were also enlisted. Almost 300
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
The last year has been one to savour for Sophia Dunkley. At just 20 years of age, the Surrey Stars all-rounder helped her side claim their first Kia Super League title in August, before she was named in the England senior team for the first time ahead of this month's
In March 2001, Graham Thorpe gave a lesson on how to bat in Asia. With England and Sri Lanka locked at 1-1 in the third and final Test, Thorpe walked to the centre of the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground in Colombo with his side on 66 for 3, still 175
The founder and director of the Sports Journalism programme at St Mary’s University in London, Dr Daragh Minogue, has been shortlisted for a prestigious new National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) award.
The industry training award “recognises the outstanding work of individuals, educators and employers who promote equality, diversity
“That damn horse gets more publicity than I do,” Bob Anderson chuckles. “None of it was my idea. I think horses are fabulous creatures, but there isn’t one alive that likes me. For a cowboy to say that, it’s pretty hypocritical. That horse was incredible — an ex-police hunter, 17 hands.
Biathlon is not a mainstream sport in the United Kingdom. As a matter of fact most people don’t even know what biathlon is. Essentially, it’s cross-country skiing combined with rifle shooting.
At the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeonchang, Amanda Lightfoot — Great Britain’s sole women representative in biathlon — skied faster than