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Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero

Mar. 20 | Willstrop wants to keep hold of world top spot World number one Willstrop bares his soul Matt Ogborn @mattogborn England boasts two of the top three men’s squash players in the world – not that you would know it from the appalling lack of coverage...

The Sport Collective Podcast 17

The Sport Collective Podcast 17

Dec. 15 | Every fortnight or so the team will attempt to discuss past and present sporting events, players and coaches from around the world with a measure of intelligence, a sprinkling of wit and a hefty dose of nostalgia. Episode Seventeen Description Chris Harris,...

The Man Who Would Be King

The Man Who Would Be King

Dec. 11 | Lewis laps up the Ally Pally crowd's cheers Lewis targets perfect ten at Ally Pally darts Sean Held @seanheld The increased load and pressure of a virgin world-title defence often proves too much for the returning champion. But while some find...

The Problem with Punditry

The Problem with Punditry

May. 18 | Can we do better than Savage? How football shows are getting it wrong – and how they can put it right this season First, a test. What immediately springs to mind if you hear or read the name of Alan Shearer? Is it 1) the much-feared, brave-hearted,...

World Snooker Championship

World Snooker Championship

Apr. 20 | Neil Robertson will defend his title (PA) Throwing out the form book Paul Gadsby In a time when winning at the top level has become a closed shop in so many sports, why has snooker become so open in recent years? As the 2011 World Championship begins,...