Quotes have a strange way of finding you. Like this one did today.
Now, before you think this post is about heartbreaks , hope and happiness , you are close but yet not quite. 831 more words
I just can’t understand the calls for Johnathon Thurston to be inducted into the Immortal ranks.
As far as I know he has never been in trouble over drugs; he hasn’t cried on TV as he confesses his indiscretions; he doesn’t seem to have the key to a Guru’s dressing rooms; he stops to talk to little children; he hands over pieces of personal equipment to these children; has he ever cheated on his Club. 51 more words
I had been wondering who would fill this column for July, as there are a few major sporting events going on at the moment. As I type this, Roger & Novak are tearing up Centre Court at Wimbledon, and this time next week we will be closing in on the World Cup Final. 747 more words
As an armchair sports fan there are so many massive events going on at the moment it is almost embarrassing: From the much hyped Brazilian World Cup which kicked off last night, to England’s Rugby tour of the mighty All Blacks, which has gone almost under the radar for such a great event. 845 more words
We are finally into the first out-and-out athlete for this column, and after last weekend it feels appropriate to be one of the biggest heroes in the country – owner of fairly unique celebratory stance and someone who everyone feels they could be mates with – the great Mo Farah. 267 more words