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Original UK sport articles, infographics and videos, written and produced by sport enthusiasts. Offering a unique insight into the world of sport.
COVID put an end to sport as we know it in 2020. We saw the Euros and Olympics cancelled, we saw the FA Cup and Champions League final played in front of no fans and we saw tonnes of strawberries turned into compost as the beloved Wimbledon Championships was also canned.
As the governing bodies scramble to get fans back into the arenas as soon as possible to recover that lost revenue, we have picked out some live sports that you may not have previously considered. There are live events out there that are terrific entertainment but not on prime time here in the UK – so look beyond your premier league footy, your six nations and your cricket world cup and spare a thought for some of these beauties when thinking of your next day out…
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This last year has been tough on both our physical and mental wellbeing so we are trying to help with the top 5 fitness challenges you can do from home.
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You don’t need to be at Aintree on Grand National day to find a great horse racing atmosphere. In fact, you’ll probably have a better day out with all your
Ticket reselling or ticket touting has existed as long as live events have sold tickets. The cheeky chancer, the seasoned professional, the dodgy bloke brazenly selling tickets in front of
It’s been another summer of high spending by Premier League clubs in summer 2020 funded by big money owners, old money and shrewd player sales. The overshadowing Financial Fair Play