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By Alice Weekes Many a PR professional will have looked upon Lance Armstrong’s interview with Oprah Winfrey as an opportunity to salvage something of a career seemingly in tatters. The opportunity was there, but something was missing. Were viewers waiting for a full blown admission? A torrent of tears set to the comforting sounds of [...]
So, FIFA is back for yet another attempt at your wallet… Oh who are we kidding, you already own it and have spent all weekend investing in either the skill games, the ultimate team addiction or just blitzing the career mode. And if you haven’t, then you probably haven’t got plans to any time soon. [...]
On Friday 24th February, Bournemouth University students set out to entertain Southampton SSC at the ski and snowboard Slopestyle Jam. To find out how the day unfolded, read on…
At the end of the year the BBC celebrate the achievements of UK sportsmen and women; however it appears that it was a bad year for women’s sport in 2011 as NO women were nominated for the Sports Personality of the Year (SPOTY) award. But has it been a bad year for women’s sport? Arguably [...]
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As the London Olympics edge closer, Nerve’s Dan Welling speaks exclusively with Dorset’s World Number One Taekwondo champion, Aaron Cook.
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Once the epitome of winter holidays, the recession has caused snow sports to come to an icy halt in Britain. Charlotte Pugh asks the experts why the skiing industry is on a downward slope.