Richard Lutz salutes the passing of a baseball star who died today and who was beloved by all New Yorkers.
Richard Lutz watches the big beasts of the NFL at Wembley. And wonders….
Richard Lutz reports what’s on everyone’s lips this week in the States.
The city’s sporting achievements continue throughout August and beyond.
A Midlands insolvency business takes pole position in the local community this month as staff travel over 152 miles in various sporting events whilst raising funds for charity.
Billesley Primary School have called in professional help for their forthcoming annual sports day.
Over 40 students from Coventry University will be making their way to Moscow at the end of June to volunteer at the sixth IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament.
Man City teaming up with baseball’s New York Yankess? Richard Lutz raises an eyebrow
The British Judo Association has announced the selection of the University of Wolverhampton as the location of its new Centre of Excellence in England.
An Aldridge karate gold champion is in a class of his own after impressing staff at the secondary school he’s set to move up to.
A new agreement has been signed between the University of Wolverhampton and Walsall FC to provide fitness and psychological support to players.
Girls at Aldridge School are celebrating after netting a top place in the UK for the third year running.
Coventry University Students’ Union has secured IKEA as the major sponsor for the upcoming annual Varsity sporting event between Coventry University and Warwick University.
Birmingham City Council officials have put residents minds at rest by stating that their intention is no longer to sell off or lease the site
An inspirational University of Wolverhampton graduate who has helped to boost participation in sports and PE at the school where he teaches is celebrating after winning a national award.
The annual Super Bowl is gone. But it summons up images that America wants to ignore, says Richard Lutz
Selco Birmingham Brummies fans will keep up to speed on all the latest club news this season thanks to a new race-day programme partnership.
Two nights of top-level boxing saw mixed fortunes for local contestants at Walsall Town Hall.
Olympic hockey star Sally Walton took a festive step forward to help Solihull School’s Parents Association achieve a new fundraising goal.
A free professorial lecture being delivered at Coventry University on Thursday 31 January 2013 will address the major issues facing the global sport industry in the 21st century.
The University of Birmingham has signed a sports science based agreement with the Brazilian Government this month.
HOWARD ELSTON, our international football reporter, on the latest from Beckhamland. Sources deep within the world of sports have revealed to me exclusively and for the first time King David’s next move as he retires from US soccer.
Olympians Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke attended the Black Country University Technical College’s ‘Accelerate Live’ event last weekend, inspiring students to learn about science and engineering.
International sports legacy experts will convene at the University of Birmingham this week to discuss the rationale behind hosting global mega-events and their lasting impact.
Veteran BBC radio presenter Rob Nothman will be visiting Coventry later this month to present a special lecture entitled Fifty years of Radio Sports Commentary.
After an inspiring summer of sport across the UK the British Heart Foundation is encouraging schools, youth groups and nurseries to keep the enthusiasm
Birmingham may forever be denied the chance to host an Olympic Games, but, says Steve Beauchampé, it could stage the Commonwealth Games.
Steve Beauchampé offers a partial solution to unsold seats at the Olympic Football Tournament.
Coventry Ambassadors are ready to begin meeting and greeting visitors to the city this week ahead of the first football fixtures of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Usain Bolt may be in town, but we’ve seen better before. John Russell tells the forgotten tale of the greatest runner Birmingham has ever known.