The Fang dialect is spoken throughout Central Africa – it spans one million speakers spread across Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo and the minute islands of Sao Tome and Principe.
Its part in the burgeoning growth of the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) could scarcely register on even the most microscopic scale
To enter Apterous.org is to arrive in a different realm, a Narnia of the sharpest minds waiting beyond a digital wardrobe. On its homepage – for this is no mythical haven, but the home of a thriving online community – is a disclaimer.
‘Apterous is definitely not Countdown; it is not
Much of the populist appeal of darts – first, in its takeover of terrestrial television screens in the 1970s and 1980s, and then in its unprecedented revival and growth under Barry Hearn’s chairmanship – has been aligned to the sport’s accessibility and its promotion of the ordinary accomplishing the extraordinary.
Deta Hedman is a trailblazer. Quite simply, it is what she has always done. She laughs as she recounts the details of an extraordinary sporting career that has found space for itself in amongst a life packed full of challenges. “You could say that I’m a freak,” she says.
At the beginning of June, the sport of darts grew immeasurably. The rise in prize money at the PDC World Championship – now at £2.5 million – is, indeed, quantifiable. The sheer value, though, of the increase of participants – from 72 to 96 – is far more significant. It
It is a well trodden path, that of a sports star becoming a pundit. It is only natural for many retired athletes to want to continue and participate in their sport, and broadcasting is one way they can do this while earning.
What the media looks for these days, though, is
Wimbledon take control of their own broadcasting for the first time in history. Sports Gazette reporter Emily Victoria spoke with Wimbledon's Head of Broadcasting, Paul Davies, to find out how this will impact fans watching at home, and if Wimbledon Broadcasting Services (WBS) can really live up to the BBC's
There is no better place to learn to be a sports journalist than the Sports Gazette.
Or at least this is what I found out from my time as a Sports Journalism student writing regularly for the website.
Not only did I become a better writer, but I also did a range
For the 105th edition of the Tour de France, the Grand Départ is scheduled for July seventh in Noirmoutier-en-l'Îlle. This first stage is likely to have a bunch sprint finish in Fontenay-le-Comte, perfect for the likes of Marcel Kittel, André Greipel, Peter Sagan, Mark Cavendish and Alexander Kristoff.
When I caught
Pro Futsal London opened up their doors to the Sports Gazette at the end of last year, and gave us an insight into their training sessions and how they’ve developed as a club.
The futsal team, which holds its training sessions and matches at Aldenham School in Elstree, has only been