Pyeongchang 2018: Speed skating is as entertaining as it is infuriating.

Today I watched speed skating for the first time, and to be honest with you it was pretty entertaining. Something about watching half a dozen people skate in a circle really quickly appealed to me. Perhaps it was just being in awe of these people who can not only stand on the ice, but run... Continue Reading →

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Chung Hyeon: The Korean making history at the 2018 Australian Open.

Suwon is a province just outside Seoul in South Korea with a estimated population of 1.2 million people. In the heart of it you'd find a street which is named after former PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United footballer Park Ji-Sung. Suwon is where he grew up before going on to represent his country at three... 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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