”I think handball is in a great position to develop over the next few years” — Ex-GB captain Bobby White on his career, the Olympics and handball’s future in the UK

Bobby White belongs to an exclusive club. He is the only man in history to captain Great Britain’s handball team at the Olympic games. Not just any games either. London 2012; the year when the greatest show in sport came to our shores.   Olympic stories are as varied as they

“You feel like you’ve won everything you can for them, and then you’re forgotten about”: David Weir CBE on his Academy, London Marathon victories and Mental Health

On the evening when St. Mary’s University announced a partnership with his Academy, David Weir CBE opened up to the Sports Gazette about why he decided to launch the Academy, and his battle with depression. With six Paralympic gold medals and eight London Marathon titles to his name, Weir has inspired

“I was disgusted”: Jade Lally on 2012 Olympic rejection, the plight of British discus and fighting fit for the Commonwealth Games

For some athletes, the Commonwealth Games appear to represent little more than an opportunity to stretch one’s legs at the midway point between Olympic Games. For others, the world’s second largest multi-sport event is exactly that – a major meet from which to take home a major medal. Team England’s Jade

“Wrestling allowed me to show people what I can do” – Anthony Robles on his incredible journey to becoming national champion

Very rarely do you meet someone with quite as inspirational a story as Anthony Robles -  2011 NCAA wrestling national champion. He became a national champion despite being neglected by all top tier colleges, he was undefeated in his last two years of high school despite only starting the sport at