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The International Olympic Committee claims that sport is neutral but that could not be further from the truth, argues Kate Jackson
From the Olympics to the Tour De France, 2016 was a year full of British sporting success stories. But what can they teach us about national identity, immigration and Brexit?
With JustFest just around the corner, read the story of Viviane Kemgne, who volunteered at the biggest sporting event in the world
Rio de Janeiro will be looking to emulate the example of Beijing 2008 but the preparations so far are verging on disastrous
Innovative approaches to TV rights are keeping major events on free-to-air TV
Games Maker Ally Mitchell shares her experiences of the London Games
As the London games approaches, Tom Harris takes a look at the British athletes who have caused controversy in such an important year for British sport.
The Mancunion sits down with high-heeled aerialist Lj Marles, ahead of the Northern premiere of La Clique
Greatest Days, which is based on the music of Take That and stars Kym Marsh, is perhaps the greatest jukebox musical out there
The Mancunion attends NQ64’s monthly gaming tournament to not only destroy the competition but fall in love with Hartwall Original Gin. Could this be the drink of the summer? We think so.
Manchester’s newest cultural landmark – Factory International – is set to debut in 2023 and host performances by the leading artists
I’ve always loved football but it hasn’t always been easy … will the 2022 Euros change that for girls nationwide?
The Tennis Association has failed to address multiple charges of domestic abuse against its players
Should the Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva have been allowed to compete?
Boycotting Russian athletes, clubs, and organisations, sport is finally responding to Putin with force.
Our Sports team has compiled a list of some of the most influential black athletes across sports history
Should sports leagues make Covid vaccinations compulsory for all athletes? Adam Pogrund thinks the answer is ‘Yes’
2 months after the resignation of Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, Political Correspondent Archie Earle asks what’s next for the world’s 3rd largest economy?
The team is believed to be one of the most diverse in the country