Football is the nation’s favourite sport and one which has a diverse range of players from all kinds of ethnicities,
Even the mention of curling in this country can draw looks of confusion and a shrug as if to suggest that it is an undertaking very much meant for elsewhere.
A Greater Manchester kids football club, which is run by four generations of one family, is set to receive a £5,000 grant as part of a campaign to help fund community projects by the OneFamily Foundation.
Ricky Hatton may be good at throwing punches but how is he at throwing darts? Well, we’re about to find out as the Hitman takes on darts pro Alan Warriner and all in the name of charity.
World Rugby Chairman Bernard Lapasset expressed his excitement on Manchester’s role in next year’s championship, which will be hosted in June at Sale Sharks’ AJ Bell stadium alongside Manchester City’s Academy stadium.
Manchester’s LGBT community is kicking off a summer full of sport with a brand new festival of fitness and activity throughout this month and the annual Pride Games.
A Salford cheer squad are embarking on a 4,000 mile trip across the Atlantic to compete at the USA’s annual Cheerleading and Dance World Championships.
With clubs like the Manchester Titans offering budding quarterbacks the chance to try out their football skills, it’s no surprise that local fans like Bruce Sibanda are finding themselves playing internationally.
Freestyle skier Rowan Cheshire insists that she aims to prove her talent at the next Winter Olympics after her early exit from the 2014 Sochi games.
MM took to the streets to find out whether Manchester think new measures should be brought in to ensure better protection for sport stars, to ensure their safety, after the tragic death of star batsman Phillip Hughes
A new exercise game that hopes to keep the elderly fit enough to avoid serious falls has been developed by Manchester University and Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.