Category: Sports news


British Women take Gold in the Team Pursuit

Great Britain’s women took Gold in the Team Pursuit at the World track cycling World Cup currently being held in London over the next few days. In a dominant display the quartet made up of Laura Kenny, Katie Archibald, Neah Evans and Ellie Dickinson lapped the sliver Medal winners and defending Champions the United States  … Read more


Wilder & Tyson take a step closer to a rematch.

A rematch between Tyson Fury and heavy weight champion Deontay Wilder took a step closer to become reality last night after the WBC sanctioned a “direct rematch” following the controversial draw between the pair last week. Despite having to get off the canvas twice, Britain’s Tyson fury thought he had done enough in his bout  … Read more


Edmund breaks down after winning his first ATP title

Edmund powers through to Australian open quarter finals

British number one Kyle Edmund broke down with tears of joy following his maiden ATP title victory over Gael Monfils in the final of the European Open in Antwerp. The 23 year old who was recently named at number 15 in the world rankings, his highest placing so far, defeated the world number 38 3-6  … Read more


Edmund crash out of Shangi Open in the Qurter finals

Edmund powers through to Australian open quarter finals

British number one Kyle Edmund crashed out of the Shanghai Masters in the quarter final stage 6-4, 6-4 to fourth seed Alexander Zverev overnight. The Germany, who is ranked fifth in the world, produced an impressive performance taking just 72 minutes to see off Edmund in front of a capacity crowd in China. With only  … Read more


Andy Murry’s Seaon ends with quarter final defeat

Andy Murray’s season is officially over after former world number one suffered a straight set defeat to Fernando Verdasco in the quarter finals of the Shenzhen Open. Murry has struggled for fitness and form all season after being forced to undergo hip surgery in early January and only returned to the circuit in the summer  … Read more


Rose named world number one in the lastest rankings

England’s Justin Rose has been named the world’s number one Golfer for the first time in his career after finishing second at the BMW Championships in Philadelphia, USA along with a runners up spot last week at Dell Technologies Championship, in which he fell two shots behind the eventual winner Bryson DeChambeau. Rose could have  … Read more