“Whatever the result women’s rugby league is the winner” Head Coach Craig Taylor ahead of Wales’ first ever International

Head Coach Craig Taylor announced his squad of 23 for the first ever Wales Women's Rugby League International game. The game reignites a classic sporting rivalry as Wales go up against an England Lions team in St Helens on Saturday. Taylor has faced even more challenges with selection than other national team

ATP Finals Preview: The Eight Contenders

The 2019 Nitto ATP Finals begin in London tomorrow, with the top eight men in tennis set to battle it out for the prestigious, season-ending title. Staged in the dramatically darkened 02 Arena, the eight-player field will compete for prize money totalling $8 million, with more than $2.7 million awaiting an

WTA Finals Preview

The top eight women with the WTA Finals trophy in Shenzhen, China. Photo credit: Women's Tennis Association (WTA)

Over the next week, the top eight women in tennis will compete for a record $14 million pot.  The WTA Finals will begin on October 27 in Shenzhen, China. The players will compete in a round robin before the top two players from each group will move on to knock-out play

History Makers: Emily Hughes and Head Coach Craig Taylor on Wales’ First Women’s International Rugby League Team

Wales will play their first ever Women’s Rugby League international against England in November. One of the biggest challenges facing the women’s side will be similar to one their male counterparts have faced for years. How can they compete in a country dominated so heavily by Union. Nobody represents this challenge better

Bodybuilder Gabriel Ayuso: “Beauty standards are not the same as they used to be”

A room full of very strong men, all covered in orange oil and wearing swimming trunks - whether or not bodybuilding is an actual sport is still a mystery. Although Gabriel Ayuso does say they are athletes, “because there’s a diet and exercise planning, and it focuses on performance.” Ayuso

“The two most important games in our hockey career.” Canada overcoming adversity on the doorstep of Olympic qualification

Team Canada. Photo Credit: courtesy of Team Canada women's field hockey team

The last time the Canadian women’s field hockey team qualified for the Olympics was 27 years ago.  Now, the only thing standing between them and Tokyo 2020 is a two-game series against the 2018 World Cup silver medalists, Ireland.   The team has made huge strides in the last year, moving up six

Family First, Kitesurfing Second: Meet kitesurfing’s most famous family

You’ll find it difficult to meet a family with as much sporting talent and passion for what they do as the Bridge family. It’s Steph, Olly and Guy Bridge who will compete in this week’s World Beach Games, but all five members of the family are completely immersed in the extreme

“Playing Nadal is like playing against someone with two forehands.” Former British tennis player Lee Childs on facing a 17-year-old Rafael Nadal

Nineteen grand slam titles. Two Olympic gold medals. A record 35 wins in ATP Tour Masters 1000 finals. Rafael Nadal, now 33, has amassed a staggering 84 titles in his professional career to date; a figure bettered only by great rival Roger Federer. Often labelled ‘The King of Clay’, the Spaniard

The London girl who carries Jamaica’s gymnastic dreams

Gymnast, manager, coach, stunt double, TV presenter – Danusia Francis dons many roles. For the 25-year-old artistic gymnast from London, who dreams of representing Jamaica in the Olympic Games, nothing is too many. She almost had her dream come true in 2016 when she earned Jamaica’s maiden gymnastic berth in the