insidethegames has topped a list of media most followed by Olympic Sports Federations on Twitter for the third year in a row.
insidethegames.biz has been shortlisted for two prizes at the prestigious British Sports Journalism Awards.
Voters on an insidethegames.biz poll have overwhelmingly ruled that e-sports should not be classed as a sport.
insidethegames reporter Daniel Etchells has been chosen for the Sambo Journalist of the Year award, it was announced in Moscow today.
insidethegames’ chief columnist David Owen and senior reporter Nick Butler have today been named among the nominees ahead of next month’s inaugural International Sports Press Association (AIPS) Sport Media Pearl Awards in Abu Dhabi.
There was praise for the The Academy as it wrapped up its successful first edition here today.
Svein Arne Hansen, newly elected President of European Athletics, said he had had a “good, frank conversation” with Patrick Hickey, his counterpart at the European Olympic Committees (EOC), in talks which will help shape the future presence of athletics in the European Games.
Valerie Adams, New Zealand’s double Olympic and four-times world shot put champion, revealed today that operations she had last September on her shoulder and elbow had left her “scared” that her throwing career might be over.
For the moment, the blue riband of cycling - the Hour record - rests with an Englishman. But another Englishman won’t rest until it rests with him - for a very long time.
The first Englishman - Commonwealth time trial gold medallist Alex Dowsett - belatedly accomplished his goal at the weekend as he set the new record of 52.937 kilometres at the Manchester Velodrome.
Usain Bolt suffered the unfamiliar feeling of defeat at the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays in Nassau as a United States 4x100 metres team boosted by an inspired second leg from the controversial figure of Justin Gatlin won the event in 37.38 seconds, beating the Championship record set by Jamaica in last year’s inaugural running.
Usain Bolt and Justin Gatlin are among more than 600 athletes who have converged on Nassau, in The Bahamas, for this weekend’s second running of the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) World Relays. And if the Jamaican world 100 and 200m record holder ends up running head-to-head with the man who has served two doping bans, it will, he says, not be an issue.
The athletics world is limbering up for an event which brought a new dimension to the sport last year, and which promises to create another colourful splash of entertainment and excitement over the weekend.
We are talking, clearly, about the World Relays, the format which so amply rewarded the International Association of Athletics Federations for creating it as a main season-opener to their calendar last year.
Bobsleigh and skeleton have officially become one organisation in Britain in a move designed to improve efficiency and - ultimately - performances at future Winter Olympics and World Championships.
Keflezighi "honoured" to endorse Boston 2024 Olympic bid as he prepares Boston Marathon title defence
Meb Keflezighi is far from certain about being able to defend his Boston Marathon title tomorrow, but the Eritrean-born United States runner is definite about the benefits of the city hosting the Olympics and Paralympics in 2024.