Before Neeraj Chopra won gold for India in the javelin at the Tokyo Olympics, he was an overweight teen with a healthy streak of mischief. His village in north India had few playgrounds and little awareness of any sports other than a traditional form of wrestling and kabaddi. I wrote for Athletics Weekly about what… Continue reading Neeraj Chopra’s gold: What does it mean for athletics?
The constant drone of trumpets in Kanpur attempted to infiltrate the haze of weariness that set in from months of back-to-back cricket.
Mumbai batter Jemimah Rodrigues made history with her double-century in an inter-state Under-19 cricket match.
Anya Shrubsole took her last five wickets while conceding only 11 runs over 19 deliveries to swing the World Cup 2017 final for England.
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Dane van Niekerk and Marizanne Kapp are so expressive, on and off the field, and you never want to look away.
There are a lot of subjects Jonassen isn’t willing to just leave at that. The fight for marriage equality in Australia, for instance; mental health issues among sportspersons; the pay dispute.
Bristol’s ethos of inspiration, originality, safe spaces and goodness extended to the England v South Africa World Cup match.
India’s female domestic cricketers play for the love of cricket, but the sport doesn’t love them back and money is a challenge.