Pyeongchang 2018: Cancellations and dangerous women’s slopestyle final cast doubts on Korean city’s ability to host the Winter Olympics.

Four years ago Sochi came under criticism for being too warm to host the Winter Olympics. Beijing, who have been awarded the 2022 games, has come under similar scrutiny. So hosting the games in Pyeongchang, where it falls to sub-zero temperatures, should be more suitable, shouldn't it? Well so far the decision to finally hand... Continue Reading →

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Pyeongchang 2018: Men’s luge contenders David Gleirscher and Felix Loch personified the fine line between success and failure at the Olympic Games.

The men's luge final ended in dramatic fashion to show us all both the joy and despair that comes with competing at the Olympic Games. David Gleirscher became the first Austrian in 50 years to win the gold medal in this event with a superb and faultless final run. The 23-year-old, who is making his... Continue Reading →

Australian Open 2018: Talking points (Day Five)

There was plenty to discuss after yesterday's action in Melbourne. Money and the weather continued to make the headlines, as did some excellent performances. Here are five talking points from an exhilarating fifth day in Australia. It's hot, hot, hot!  "The extreme hot policy should be re-evaluated!" That's according to the likes of French player... Continue Reading →

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