Could Unifying the Olympics and Paralympics Reignite Interest in Hosting the Games?
Something needs to change if more cities are to consider bidding to host the Olympics. Could consolidating them into a truly unified Games with the Paralympics be the answer?
From North Wales To Rio: Talking Taekwondo With Olympian Jade Jones
Having become the UK’s first taekwondo gold medallist at London 2012 before winning once again at Rio, we chat to Jade Jones about her groundbreaking role in British martial arts.
The Cult: Jessica Ennis-Hill
Jessica Ennis-Hill is one of Sheffield’s steeliest exports, and an athlete who has captured the imagination of a nation. For that, she more than earns her place in The Cult.
Britain's Most Underrated Athlete: In Conversation With Paralympian Richard Whitehead
Ahead of defending his 200 metres title this weekend, Paralympian Richard Whitehead remains Britain’s most underrated sporting champion.
How The Paralympics Came To Be: Remembering The International Stoke Mandeville Games
Before the modern Paralympics, there were the International Stoke Mandeville Games. They were born out of a world at war, and changed perceptions of disability for good.