The BBC and Greater Manchester Combined Authority have launched campaigns to help those who are digitally excluded to enable them
More young people are experiencing mental health issues as a result of the pandemic, according to Greater Manchester’s Youth Task
‘No point being a world champion if you’re a d*@khead’: MM chat to Ricky Hatton on giving back to the community and British boxing’s ‘snowball’ effect
Former boxing world champion Ricky Hatton highlights his upbringing as the key factor that drove him to success both inside and outside the ring.
Stockport’s steeplechase sensation Aimee Pratt has been called up to the Great Britain squad at the Loughborough International event this weekend.
Former Olympic coach Vicente Modahl has called for cheaper healthy food and an improvement in the guidance of grassroots athletes.
Following recent doping scandals involving Russia and Kenya, Manchester’s Diane Modahl believes the IAAF must do more to preserve innocence in athletics.
After becoming disillusioned with life in a bobsleigh, Manchester Olympian Rebekah ‘Bex’ Wilson is rediscovering her love for sport on the rugby pitch.
Former Manchester Thunder coach and current England manager Tracey Neville is the latest inductee into the City of Champions Hall of Fame in Manchester.
A Manchester charity that encourages young people to get active has secured £250,000 of funding from Sport England.
Stockport’s Aimee Pratt, 17, will study biology at Adams State University (ASU) in Colorado while furthering her blossoming athletics career in which she has already won both the English Championship and the English School Championship.
Aimee Pratt, 17, was recently crowned the top athlete in England in her age group, and leapt onto the global scene at the Loughborough International Athletics meeting on May 17.