Alex Anderson, a household name in the CrossFit community, opens up about brotherly rivalry, preparing the Games and why Jesus is such a integral part of his life both on and off the competition floor.
Is this our year? It seems at the start of every season, Liverpool fans vocalise “this will be our year”. As a Liverpool fan myself, I quietly ask myself the same question after 29 years of waiting for that dream to become a reality.
CrossFit Games athlete, Cody Anderson talks about how his passion for Jesus has helped in the sport as well as shaping him into the man he is today. From favourite workouts to preparing for The Games, Cody talks all things CrossFit and faith.
Only half the ‘SAS’ may still be knocking around in Merseyside, but will Daniel Sturridge re-discover the scintillating form he once found at Liverpool?
Have you ever considered what goes through the mind of an Olympian just before they are about to compete? What does the training schedule look like for an elite athlete? How does God come into play when we talk about professional sport? Ollie Baines speaks to Olympic and World triple-jump champion, Christian Taylor to delve a little deeper on all things faith and athletics.
Liverpool’s new midfielder Fabinho has revealed that he consulted God before making the move to Anfield in the summer.
Fulham star, Jean Michael Seri has revealed why he opted to join Fulham instead of Chelsea, Spurs or Liverpool.
Sports Chaplain, Mark Blythe takes a look at whether Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho deserves more respect from his critics.
Martin Bateman, National Director Ambassadors Football GB talks about reputation ahead of the new sporting season.
Spurs winger, Lucas Moura celebrated his first Premier League goal for the North-London side in their 3-1 victory over Fulham.