The cycle industry is one of few to profit from the coronavirus pandemic. UK bike sales boomed under lockdown as Britons avoided public transport and sought socially distanced leisure activities. Continue Reading
The long read: E-bikes are a fast-growing market, but will they have the same longevity as the traditional bike? I spoke to Philip Morley, global sales lead for Danish e-bike brand Biomega, to discuss the future of e-bikes.
Only one of the NFL’s five highest-paid quarterbacks made the playoffs in 2019: a warning for the Cowboys?
Quarterback Dak Prescott has inspired debate in recent months amid his ongoing contract dispute with the Dallas Cowboys. According to Forbes, Prescott will make around $31.6 million in 2020, after Continue Reading
The world of sport has been greatly affected by the ongoing global pandemic. From broadcasting, to sponsorship and media rights, all corners of the global sports market has had to adapt.
“Black people have denser bones.” “They cannot float in water.” “Their bodies are just more prone to short distance running than swimming.” According to Sport England, in a 2018 study, Continue Reading
Professional women’s footballers in Spain made history last November, when the first collective agreement – protecting player rights and salaries – was reached. This came shortly after a player strike Continue Reading
It’s March 2019, and Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium is packed to the brim in eager anticipation of a decisive fixture between Atletico and Barcelona. No, I’m not talking about Continue Reading
The fourth-round of the women’s FA Cup provided plenty of goals and action. The real women’s football story of the weekend, however, played out before one match had even started. Continue Reading
England face a date with destiny on Saturday in Yokohoma (9am GMT on ITV) when they face South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final. England’s stunning shock victory against Continue Reading