Golborne’s rising netball star Rebekah Airey believes moving south to be closer to the national team’s training base could prove pivotal as she looks to secure her spot at next year’s Netball World Youth Cup.
Atherton badminton ace Gary Fox has set his stall out early for this season’s AJ Bell National Badminton League, wanting to retain the trophy he won last season.
Sir Chris Hoy has described Philip Hindes as one of the best sprinters in the world and believes the Manchester-based star is capable of winning Olympic gold once again.
Golborne’s Rebekah Airey is determined to make the most of this month’s trip to Australia with England Under-21s as she works towards securing her place at the Netball World Youth Cup next year.
Sir Chris Hoy has run out of superlatives to describe Chris Froome’s exploits over the past few years and expects the Brit to win a third Tour de France this year.
Sir Chris Hoy believes Mark Cavendish can surpass Eddy Merckx’s record of 34 Tour de France stage wins – if the Manx Missile sets his mind to it.
Missing the first Six Day held in London for 35 years is something that frustrates Mark Cavendish but the Manx Missile is looking to make amends this year as he and Sir Bradley Wiggins go in search of glory in October.
Appleton Cricket Club chairman Antony Hurst insists their ECB Club Open Day events are the perfect chance to engage with the local community – something he believes is essential to the team’s future.
James Guy has warned his rivals at next month’s European Aquatic Championships to watch out as the reigning world champion steps up his preparations for the Rio Olympics.
Sale Sharks are still in the battle to break into the Aviva Premiership’s top six this season but former Sale star Jason Robinson believes the club will need more investment in order to challenge in the upper echelons of the league.
Scrum-half Will Hodgson insists The King’s School Macclesfield’s never-say-die attitude is what propelled them to glory at last week’s Rosslyn Park HSBC National School Sevens.