Online Lifestyle Editor Elinor Jones takes a look at the athletes who are winning and losing as a result of the postponement of the Olympics.
Exeposé’s online sports editor Ed Alexander takes a look back at some of the lesser-known sporting stories from the last seven days
A new year of sport: the finest live drama. Whilst 2018 may be best known for being a World Cup year, with football’s grandest event taking place in Russia this summer, it is also an Olympic year. The 23rd Winter Olympics takes place in Pyeongchang – not to be confused with North Korean capital Pyongyang […]
A barbed, stinging, and ultimately entertaining war of words ensued between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte over the Christmas period. Mourinho, a predictable culprit, teased Antonio Conte in responding to his “clown” jibe – the Manchester United manager later arguing with a Machiavellian sincerity that it was not aimed at the Italian. Conte, up until […]
The summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro ended with 65 groundbreaking Olympic records and 19 world records from some of the world’s most elite athletes. However, the glory of the Olympic torch can be a seductive illusion for many nations, as Brazil came to realise. Preparations for the Rio Olympics had been faced with ongoing controversies, […]
In many ways the Olympics are always a reflection of the country and the city in which they are held but this year the parallels felt remarkable. Youthful and vibrant yet with deep problems that trouble its very core is a description that suits both the Olympics and its host nation. Though the similarities go deeper than broad brushstrokes about […]
By this Friday the Rio Olympics will be nearly half-way to their completion, which means the continuation of a large number of events, the conclusion of some of the games’ most famous events and hopefully some medals for Great Britain. Listed below are some highlights for the coming days. N.B. All events listed are finals and all times […]