One of Nelson Mandela̢����s greatest attributes was his ability to find new ways to bring people together. Here, Mike Silva considers his impact on sport; or more specifically, cricket.
Browsing: Outside the Bubble
Nelson Mandela̢����s influence transcended politics and touched countless walks of life. His involvement in South Africa both hosting and eventually winning the Rugby World Cup is something that has already entered sporting folklore, as Liz Tyler explains.
Dan Archer watched Loughborough get a morale-boosting 1-0 victory over Northumbria last Wednesday and move off the bottom of the table going into the festive period.
The $10k AEGON Pro-Series Tournament brought along world famous umpire James Keothavong to Loughborough University.
James has many high-profile encounters under his belt, including umpiring at Wimbledon, the Davis Cup, the French Open and the US open. However, this week saw him umpiring many of Great Britain̢����s upcoming stars, and after umpiring one of the semi-finals, James stopped for a quick chat with Label Sport.
Sachin Tendulkar has announced that he will retire from after playing his 200th test match, against the West Indies, in November. Label Sport takes you through the dates that defined this remarkable caree
With the Rugby League World Cup fast approaching, Label Sport takes a look at some of the most exciting and important players to keep an eye on during the tournament.
Tokyo showed both passion and determination to secure the vote which would make Japan the first ever Asian country to host the Olympics twice.
Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire are two of the most famous players to have stepped onto a baseball field and have both had careers tainted by the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs).
For many reasons the Premier League will look completely different this season. Firstly, we have the introduction of goal line technology, a concept which could have provided a definite answer to 31 subjective decisions last year.