All Blacks Ready for France

The All Blacks Ready for France

Dan Carter, Richie McCaw and co are relishing the chance of taking on France at the Stade De France this Saturday.  The French team will be hoping that they can improve from the summer test series which saw them lose a hat trick of fixtures in devastating fashion in New Zealand. The All Blacks are…

Going For Gold | Amy Williams & Co

Team GB’s Winter Olympians Set for Gold?

As the nights begin to draw in and the weather starts to take a turn for the worst, most people are debating when or if the central heating should be turned on amidst increasing energy price hikes. As the storms batter the British Isles, many of us will be thinking of desperately escaping to warmer climbs,…

Familiar, Yet Different – The Premier League 2013-14

Familiar, Yet Different – The Premier League 2013-14

The new premier league season is only a month old, but what a ride it’s been so far! First there was the major summer long circus of the ‘Will he? Won’t he?’ transfer saga consisting of Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney and Luiz Suarez. This was swiftly followed by the majorly overdue signing of a ‘galactico’…

Chris Horner | The Unlikely Lad

Chris Horner | The Unlikely Lad

American Chris Horner won this year’s Vuelta a Espana, beating Italian favourite and winner of this year’s Giro d’Italia, Vincenzo Nibali, by under a minute across the three-week stage race. Whilst the result may have had little impact in the sports pages it’s arguably one of the years most remarkable sporting results, as Horner, 41,…

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Rugby’s Mass Exodus – Rabo Direct Under Threat

The prologue to the 2013/14 European club rugby season has been dominated by a single word. Exodus. The usual debates at the genesis of a season concerning the relative successes teams and individuals may hope to achieve have been replaced by debate and speculation surrounding who will be next. Rugby’s new hot topic has seen…