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Roczen kicks off 2017 season with victory in Anaheim

The 2017 Monster Energy Supercross, an FIM World Championship, got underway to a sold out crowd of 45,050 fans on Saturday night inside Angel Stadium in California. continue reading...


 

Tommy Searle 2016 Maxxis British MX1 champion

A huge congratulations to Tommy Searle on his first British title. The first of many! continue reading...


 

It won't happen to me

If you take part in an action sport whether professionally or as a weekend warrior, it's a case of 'when' will you become injured, not 'if'. I refer to it as 'The Cost of Doing Business', and we all pay it at some point. continue reading...


 

Tyson Fury and James DeGale make it a night to remember for British Boxing

Fury pulled off one of the great boxing upsets to become heavyweight champion of the world. continue reading...


 

New Zealand beat Australia in a thrilling final

The New Zealand All Blacks capped off one of the most dominant eras in rugby history by becoming the first team to retain the World Cup. continue reading...


 

Following a ruptured patella tendon while out fell running, join adventure and endurance sports journalist Nikalas Cook on his painful road to recovery.

I’d been diligent with the limited exercises that Team Sky and Great Britain Cycling Team physiotherapist, Phil Burt had given me and really hoped that my appointment with Professor Phil Turner would lead to the brace being “unlocked” and being able to really push on. continue reading...


 

England 25-28 Wales

Wales found themselves ten points down and England were in control, with 30 minutes remaining. However against all the odds the Welsh pulled off a sensational comeback to take victory at Twickenham, in a fantastic World Cup contest. continue reading...


 

Twickenham thrills on the opening night of the 2015 World Cup.

England were made to work hard by Fiji in their World Cup opener. They managed to pull away in the concluding part of the game, to secure a bonus-point win at Twickenham. continue reading...


 

Join adventure and endurance sports journalist Nikalas Cook on his painful road to recovery.

Accidents and injuries have a habit of striking when you least expect them. In the previous weeks I’d been riding on the track, my front wheel inches from the rider’s in front and clocking over 60 kph behind a derny motorbike. I’d raced in time trials on busy dual carriageways and, during a self devised challenge to ride three black routes at three North Wales mountain bike trail centres in one day, taken a fair few tumbles... continue reading...


 

England 21-13 Ireland

A really positive win for England and totally deserved as Ireland hardly turned up for the occasion. Ireland won’t be too worried by the defeat as there are still five weeks to go before they play France, but the second defeat in a row may cause some concern! continue reading...


 

Josh Bryceland takes top spot at the UCI DH World Cup

The British dominated the UCI DH World Cup with Josh ‘Rat Boy’ Bryceland winning in the men’s category and Rachel Atherton taking top spot for the women... continue reading...


 

The Rugby World Cup 2015

The 2015 Rugby World Cup really is gearing up to be the biggest in history. Can England recreate the magic of 2003? continue reading...


 

Yamaha are victorious at the iconic Suzuka 8 Hour race as Casey Stoner crashes out on only his fifth lap.

Yamaha were the dominant force for much of the distance of the Suzuka 8 hr, on-board the #21 YZF-R1. continue reading...


 

This weekend is the return of the MXGP

This weekend we see the return of the MXGP where it will take place at TEUTSCHENTHAL (Germany), on the home soil of the championship leader Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Max Nagl. continue reading...


 

There is nothing on Earth quite like the Isle of Man TT races.

The skill, bravery and concentration levels required to ride a motorcycle at 200mph plus, on a track that for 50 weeks of a year is a public road, are immense. continue reading...


 

Totally Sports athlete Lampkin claimed a record ninth win at the World famous Scottish Six Days Trial

TSi Athlete Dougie Lampkin claimed a record extending ninth win at the World famous Scottish Six Days Trial (SSDT) on Sunday and he remains the undisputed king of Scotland Fort William. continue reading...


 

Uninsured Self-employed Builder Faces Months Off Work

A normal day at work, followed by a routine game of 5-a-side led to Philip Parr a self-employed builder having his whole life turned upside down. Philip was on the receiving end of a horrific injury. “I don’t want anyone else to experience what I’ve been through. I’ve realised it can happen to anybody, anywhere at anytime, even during their day-to-day life.” continue reading...


 

Steve Peat recently went under the knife in order to repair an ACL injury.

Santa Cruz Syndicate rider and Triple World Cup Champion Steve Peat, recently went under the knife in order to repair an ACL injury which he unfortunately sustained whilst riding motocross. continue reading...


 

Spencer Watts - an inspirational story

Spencer Watts is an 18 year old Motocross rider from Portsmouth. He has a inspirational story that will tug at the heart strings of most. Four years ago Spencer was your average teenager. He had his whole life ahead of him. He was bright, intelligent and had a cracking sense of humour. Just like many teens and adults alike, he had a love for extreme sports, especially motocross... continue reading...


 

Dougie Lampkin Interview

Twelve times FIM Trial World Champion & MBE, Dougie Lampkin explains the importance of Sports Insurance, for anybody with any financial responsibilities. The trials riding legend has had his fair share of injuries throughout his glittering career. He has first hand experience of just how critical insurance is... continue reading...