In being brought down by a newspaper sting, the former England manager joins a hall of infamy.
Alex Reynolds, a retired, Guardian-reading Englishman with a hatred for mixed martial arts, began training US cage fighters.
Traditional boxing gyms are often the only refuge and means of empowerment left in communities. How do they feel in these places about each of the leadership candidates?
Success is always a balancing act, and Jones is a master of both diligence and surprise.
I turn on the TV and I’m back in a changing room that smelled like pencils and terror.
No matter how inspired future generations feel by our Olympians’ success, they will not be able to emulate it while good and affordable sports facilities remain so elusive.
The long jumper had help from a former Coney Island strongman in overcoming his addiction problems to make it to the Rio Olympics.
Why asking your partner to marry you right after they’ve won a medal is a terrible thing to do.
As the world focuses on the Olympics, working-class Brazil is being united by greater recognition of passinho dance culture.
Sports fans have noticed a rise in the number of athletes with purple marks on their skin, resulting from a practice that is supposed to aid recovery and boost performance.
A number of frontpages have been criticised for failing to run pictures of Tom Daley’s diving partner.
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