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  • Is the idea of NFL finally taking off across the Atlantic?

    ALEXANDRA WILLIS is a multimedia sports journalist who flits between Wimbledon, SportingIntelligence, the TennisSpace and a few other outlets, while tweeting copiously and trying to improve her (terrible) backhand in her spare time. Follow @alex_willis on twitter On first viewing, American Football is pretty baffling. It looks very much like a lot of helmeted people running around crashing into […]

  • REVEALED: Manchester City rise to top of global pay charts, Dodgers soar to challenge

    By Nick Harris 11 June 2013 Manchester City are the best paid team in global sport according to Sportingintelligence’s Global Sports Salaries Survey (GSSS) for 2013, compiled in association with ESPN The Magazine and published this week to coincide with The Magazine’s ‘Money Issue’ (cover below). The average first-team pay at City, who have been transformed […]

  • RIO FERDINAND: United’s desire for success, why the nationality of the England manager is irrelevant, the joy of Federer, and why Maradona still tops Messi

    By Nick Harris SJA Internet Sports Writer of the Year 22 April 2012 AS the Premier League title race comes to the boil, Rio Ferdinand has spoken about the culture of success at Manchester United, ‘the desire’ for glory that pervades Old Trafford, and why he hopes that United’s blend of experienced winners and fearless […]

  • ANALYSIS: Super Bowl’s record TV audience follows optimistic NFL attendances

    By Nick Harris 8 February 2011 Super Bowl XLV on Sunday evening set an all-time TV viewing record in America as an average audience of 111m people watched the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, beating the previous record (the 2010 Super Bowl, 106.5m) into second place. But that isn’t the only positive news […]

  • Tony McCoy wins first gong of sports awards season

    By Nick Harris 8 November 2010 Tony McCoy’s victory in the 2010 Grand National has been acknowledged as the ‘Jump off the sofa’ moment of the British sporting year so far, bolstering his credentials as the favourite to win next month’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award. The category was included in the inaugural […]

  • Ian Botham: ‘England will stuff the Aussies in the Ashes’

    By Nick Harris 8 November 2010 Sir Ian Botham has stoked the rivalry between England and Australia by claiming the English will “stuff” their rivals in the forthcoming Ashes series, and says victory for the tourists will be all the sweeter when England “beat the convicts in their own back yard”. Botham has a famous […]

  • Brundle tips ‘acrobatic’ Hamilton to beat ‘struggler’ team-mate Button

    By Nick Harris 6 March 2010 Martin Brundle has tipped Lewis Hamilton to come out on top in the team-mate power struggle with compatriot Jenson Button at McLaren during the forthcoming F1 season because Hamilton is “acrobatic” whereas Button “really struggles if the car’s not purring.” Brundle, a former Formula 1 driver who will be a key […]

  • Head of British cycling says Wiggins can win 2010 Tour

    By Nick Harris 6 March 2010 Dave Brailsford, the man who transformed Britain’s cyclists into the strongest track cycling nation in the world, believes his recent diversification into professional road racing could pay dividends as early as this summer with a win for Bradley Wiggins in the 2010 Tour de France. “The Tour De France […]

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