While the world of sports has certainly come a long way with regards to diversity over recent years, much work still needs to be done to ensure equal treatment of all ethnicities. In honour of Black Liberation and the continuing work ahead, Tasha Johnson speaks to Sharon Andrews, former UK athlete, to discuss her experience competing for Team GB as a black woman.
There was a general feeling of apathy before the Commonwealth Games began, but the sea of goodwill and captivating performances that followed quashed all that. England finally ended the Australian stranglehold on the tournament, who […]
The Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow today, and while the event is continually in the shadow of the far more prestigious Olympic Games, it represents an ideal opportunity for the nearly 5,000 athletes who […]
With the Tour de France’s Grand Depart in Yorkshire this summer, the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and the first women’s Tour of Britain, cyclist Lizzie Armitstead is preparing for a massive year. The 2012 Olympic […]