Stage 6 of the Tour of Britain & the Full Race Round-Up

Stage six of the Tour of Britain saws the riders leave Carlisle and head across the country to Gateshead. Again, three riders we're battling it out throughout the day to take the leaders jersey; Wout Van Aert, Ethan Hayter and Julian Alaphilippe are only a couple of seconds behind each other and could potentially win... Continue Reading →

Tour Of Britain Stage 5

Yesterday saw the return of the Tour of Britain to the north-west! Riders headed from Alderley Park in Alderley edge all the way through the Cheshire countryside to finish on Sankey Street in Warrington. I was able to experience the start at Alderley Park with thousands of people turned up to see the riders set... Continue Reading →

Tackling the spirit of Rugby Union

Schools are being urged by medical experts to ban ‘harmful contact,’ within rugby games, especially resulting from tackling and scrums. Academics from Newcastle University: Professor Allyson Pollock and co-author Graham Kirkwood, argue that injuries occurring within youth rugby are due to the collision elements of the game. Their recent study in the British Medical Journal... Continue Reading →

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