London’s Olympic Stadium is set to host 5 games at the 2015 rugby world cup, which is to be held across 13 venues. Twickenham will host the opening match of the event on 18 September. Other venues include Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium, Kingsholm in Gloucester and Exeter’s Sandy Park. Eight football stadiums, including Wembley, St James’ Park, [...]
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The Cherries celebrated their promotion to the Championship today with an open-top bus parade around Bournemouth.
AFC Bournemouth came from behind this afternoon to win 2-1 against 10-man Notts County at the Goldsands Stadium.
Dan Welling speaks to one of the brightest prospects in British sport – Courtney Tulloch who looks set to be a key member of Team GB’s gymnastics squad In an Olympics that featured countless wonderful stories and incredible must watch moments, the resurgence of British Gymnastics must be high up on the list. After winning [...]
On a blisteringly cold Bank Holiday Monday afternoon, an early first-half goal from in-form Brett Pitman was enough to give Bournemouth all three points against Scunthorpe.
The Sepang Circuit has held the Malaysian Grand Prix for the past 13 years and it is one of the most gruelling events on the Formula One calendar. A mix of challenging corners, extreme humidity and an unpredictable monsoon climate, Sepang has seen only the true greats succeed a 193 mile race distance. We’re talking [...]
Craig Rodhouse explains just what Lance Armstrong’s confession means to the fans who believed in him for so long. Pull down the posters, bin the biography and abolish the awards. A career of deception and deceit from the man who was once the sporting hero of the globe has finally been affirmed. Lance Armstrong’s public [...]
Doncaster Rovers reaffirmed their title hopes with a 2-1 win against Bournemouth at a misty Goldsands Stadium this afternoon.
Although it is one the key sports that every girl in secondary school has played at some stage in their life, netball has never been high on sports channel schedules or professional participation lists. While sports like handball and volleyball basked in the Olympic spotlights, netball was forced to look on with envy. For BU’s [...]
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