The story of London’s last remaining polo club

Britain. 1926. A year remembered for the general strike and the birth of Queen Elizabeth II. A horse-powered country that was still recovering from the devastation of the Great War. Millions were still restricted to strict rationing. Just 8 miles away from Hyde Park corner a new social hub for the

A cultural problem: The need for education in English football

When it comes to educating young talented footballers, the UK is woefully behind other European heavyweights. In Spain and Italy, there is a common understanding that education must go hand and hand with those pursuing a football career. In England, though, football seemingly takes priority. But what happens to young players who

Olympic gold medallist Paul Barber on the Men’s Hockey World Cup, the state of the game in Britain and his memories

As the dust settles on the Women’s Champions Trophy that concluded on Sunday, all eyes focus on the Men’s World Cup which began in Bhubaneswar, India, on November 28. Great Britain’s women, heroes of Rio 2016, could manage only one win in China, finishing just ahead of Japan in fifth. Now

Young snooker professional Joe O’Connor looking long-term ahead of the UK Championship

The 2018 Betway UK Snooker Championship gets under way at the Barbican Centre in York on November 27, with 128 of the world’s best players vying to deliver at one of the sport’s most prestigious events. As part of snooker’s Triple Crown (alongside the World Championship and the Masters), the likes

A brighter future for amputee football: Owen Coyle Jr discusses why he only sees growth for the sport

The Amputee Football World Cup drew to a close on November 5th as Angola beat Mexico 5-4 on penalties to ultimately lift the trophy. Although England finished sixth — losing 5-1 to Brazil in the quarter-finals — their finish doesn't reflect just how positive a year it's been for the growth of

“It’s very depressing at the moment” — Former Kenya paceman Peter Ongondo on Kenyan Cricket’s decline

Ask a cricket fan to name the semi-finalists at the 2003 World Cup and the first three teams will probably come to mind easily enough: Australia, India and Sri Lanka. The side that may be forgotten these days is the fairy tale team of that tournament: Kenya, still the only non-test