For Amy Truesdale, the Paralympic Games in Tokyo aren’t just an opportunity to win gold – they’re an opportunity to
Tully Kearney’s 2020 has been a bit more sedate compared to a 2019 which saw her win three gold medals
‘Embrace your period’: Synchronised swimmers tell of tampon ‘nightmares’ as they urge girls to unite
Womens’ fear of taking part in sport while menstruating begins in teenage years. Research by ‘Betty for School’, who aim to create a generation at ease with discussing periods, found that 46% of women used their periods as an excuse to skip PE classes. Alice Reeves-Turner found out more…
A frustrated Sophie Thornhill admitted to being ‘outfoxed’ by the competition in her quarter-final defeat at the TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup in London.
Team GB’s Menna Fitzpatrick knows all about confidence, having secured four 2018 Winter Paralympic Games medals including gold in the women’s slalom event in PyeongChang, and last week she was at the Chill Factore in Manchester to help inspire the next generation of people taking part in winter sports.
‘GB success down to National Lottery funding’ says Rio 2016 cycling champ Archibald after athlete of the year nod
Cycling sensation Katie Archibald admits she’s feeling the pressure of being nominated for the National Lottery Athlete of the Year award.
‘There’s no feeling like it’: Stockport Wheelchair Racing coach on turning shy teens into Paralympians
Coach Rick Hoskins has helped wheelchair racers transform from shy teenagers into Paralympic medallists – now he wants to keep on matching ambition with dedication.
Stockport teenage para skier Charlie Muston won a silver medal in his first ever race on snow at the Delancey World Para Alpine Championships in Tignes on Saturday.
INTERVIEW: ‘Zombie-like’ swimming days no more for Paralympic star Claire Cashmore as Tokyo 2020 triathlon bid takes shape
For most sportspeople, winning eight Paralympic medals and picking up an MBE along the way would be enough to call time on a successful career, but Claire Cashmore is no ordinary athlete.
The modern-day ice bath… cryotherapy revolution comes to North West as Man City pioneer bracing sports recovery solution
With temperatures dipping below -5°C across the North West already this month, a hardy bunch of footballers, athletes and members of the public have been exposing themselves to extreme colds of up to -150°C in an effort to improve performance and recovery.
Eight years ago, Mancunian Army veteran Bernie Broad wondered if he would ever walk again, now he is preparing to lead the UK Team at the Invictus Games, in Toronto.