ICYMI February 11th-15th

Read for a short round up of this week’s main stories and headlines from around the world.  Trump declares national emergency over border wall Trump declared a national emergency this week, as he failed to find adequate funding for his planned wall on the US-Mexico border. The move has drawn criticisms from both sides of […]

Six Nations preview: the non-expert’s experts guide

The Six Nations gets underway tonight as France face Wales. Ahead of the Six Nations kicking off tonight, City University News gives an insight into the hotly anticipated contest which pits Europe’s best against one another. When you realise the #GuinnessSixNations has finally arrived!! pic.twitter.com/ZRRPDfQd5C — Guinness Six Nations (@SixNationsRugby) February 1, 2019 Here’s our team-by-team guide ahead […]

London mum’s 105 half marathons in 2019

How’s your weekend looking? With the Victoria Park Run this weekend marking the start of the London park run season, we spoke to Katrina Millere, the Londoner who has committed to two half marathons every weekend this year, about setting goals and the benefits of running.   Exercise, specifically dynamic workouts, tend to give people a […]

Nike celebrate London’s diversity with brilliant new advert

Nike has come up with a brilliant new three-minute long ad that showcases the diversity and vibrancy of London and the communities it houses. Shot in areas such as Dalston, Peckham and Brixton, it showcases how the young people who live in England’s capital thrive in sport. The young Londoners take a whistle stop tour […]

Reports claim Arsene Wenger has been offered a two-year extension

Reports that Arsene Wenger has been offered a two-year contract extension have been circulating today. On Saturday Arsenal were humbled by league leaders Chelsea in a comprehensive 3-1 victory for the blues. Arsenal fans were seen holding banners saying “Wenger out” at Stamford Bridge, which brought plenty of discussion amongst the football world. Former Fulham […]

American football accepts all shapes and sizes

Overnight American football fans crammed into London’s sports bars and pubs to watch the NFL Super Bowl, the biggest annual American football championship. Ten years ago, the National Football League, known as the NFL, staged its first international series at London’s Wembley Stadium. The sports’ popularity in the capital has since soared, and there are […]