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For the past few decades, sports psychologists have studied the psychological factors that affect athletes – from beginners taking part in their first team sports to elite athletes at the top of their field. Today, neuroscientists are getting into the mix and attempting to understand the brain’s role in that...Read More »
With just five months to go until the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off in Great Britain on 18th September, national rugby teams around the world are doing their utmost to make sure they walk away victorious in October.
Rugby fever is in the air as we kiss goodbye to the...Read More »
With just a few days to go now until the All-Weather Three-Year-Old Mile at Lingfield Park, a total of 13 horses and their trainers are eyeing the coveted £150,000 prize.
The race will take place at the Surrey-based course from 3pm on Good Friday, and sees one of the most exciting...Read More »
Novak Djokovic’s story is one everyone should adore—and at last, after years of toiling behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal , Djokovic is beginning to feel the love. He will never be Federer, the Michelangelo of tennis for aficionados, a player whose grace and prodigious talent have made him perhaps...Read More »
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Australian Open 2017 kicks off at 10am on Monday 16 January. Seating and hospitality experience tickets are available now. The food and drink and live entertainment action will continue on until the close of play each night.
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England won this year’s Six Nations before travelling to Australia and beating the Wallabies 3-0. They conceded 10 tries in the series, however, and Jones demanded defensive improvement.
“It’s not unfair criticism, it’s a critique,” Gustard said.
“If you take it personally, then it’s your ego and the game isn’t...Read More »