‘It was hard but it was enjoyable’ – Jenny Archer MBE on her decade with the Crazy Gang and coaching career at Fulham Ladies

Jenny Archer MBE is perhaps better known for her influence on Paralympian David Weir CBE, who has thrived under her guidance, winning six gold medals and securing eight London Marathon victories in the process. The pair founded the Weir Archer Academy in 2013, and Archer details how the ambitious Weir made

Jamaican Rugby: The long road to sponsorship

In the second part of our series with the Jamaican men's rugby sevens team, Adam Samuel  finds out why sponsorship has become an urgent matter, heading into the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco later this year:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGrKxdqnW1c SEE PART ONE HERE

Contemporary dancer Maja Naomi Furnes: “Dancing is serious work”

Maja Naomi Furnes is currently performing a solo choreography, a multimedia dance installation, with the Tom Dale Company. I caught up with her when she returned to London from the company's trip to Shanghai. The Japanese-Norwegian dancer has a degree in modern and contemporary dance from Norway's National Academy of the Arts,

Sports Journalism: Ethical Minefield or Vacuum?

The British media are no strangers to ethical controversies. Phone-hacking scandals, the Fake Sheikh, and treatment of Christopher Jefferies have all tarnished the reputation of the press in this country in recent years. Sports Journalism, however, seems to have escaped these preconceptions. Perhaps because of the nature of the subject

Russia 2018 – the summer of the pundit: Mark Pougatch on the future of journalism and covering England

It has been a World Cup of firsts – both on and off the field. Television networks worldwide are broadcasting the tournament with a virtual reality option, Germany are relying on artificial computerised intelligence for real-time statistics to be passed down to Joachim Low, the Video Assistant Referee is in