At the heart of every sportsperson is a love for their craft, those who play sport are naturally competitive, determined and love winning. For those who are talented enough to become professional athletes, their sport becomes their ‘thing’, which becomes what they are known for, which becomes what they are associated with, which becomes what they are judged by.
Former professional footballer, BBC Sport pundit and now church pastor; Gavin Peacock continues his brand new Cross The Line column with a corker! Gavin reflects on how he represented Christ in the dressing room and offers some practical advice as to how we can represent God in our sporting teams, today.
To mark the end of the World Athletics Championships we spoke to USA hurder Christina Manning about her ambitions on the track and her faith.
With the Cross Fit Games upon us, we spoke to CrossFit star, Jenn Dancer on her surprise journey into the sport and how her relationship with Christ has shaped her as an athlete both in and out of the gym.
This week we feature NBA shooting guard, Justin Holiday of the Chicago Bulls! We talk about winning the Championship and his advice for aspiring players.
Former professional footballer, BBC Sport pundit and now church pastor; Gavin Peacock kicks off his brand new Cross The Line column in true style! Gavin opens up about the harsh reality of being sidelined through injury as a footballer, but also offers a new insight regarding the physio table as a Christian.
This week, we bring you Hurdler Brianna Rollins, who won Gold emphatically in Rio. She tells us about her track career and what goes on behind the scenes!
In this week’s exclusive we spent some time getting to know former West Indies skipper and T20 icon, Daren Sammy, about his illustrious cricket career and how he pins it all on his faith.
For the Premier League elite, the summer transfer window has become an annual cycle of spending big on expensive talent, plugging holes into big gaps that make themselves known during the season. Against better wisdom, it all seems set to move to another level in 2017.