Graham Hardie finds that Oliver Comins’ poems about golf also have an appeal to the non-enthusiast.
Bicycles are as close as it gets to the perfect blend of form and function — but that doesn’t stop designers seeking to make them sleeker, faster and funkier. As such, they are ideal subject-matter for the Design Museum in the Belgian city of Ghent, whose Bike to the Future, despite the corny title, is a wide and even subtle exploration of cycling design and its enormous impact.
John Lucas’s tribute to English cricketers who have stood up to the game’s authorities proves to be something much more thoughtful than a simple round-up of the ‘usual suspects’
Michael Bartholomew-Biggs muses on ways in which his poetic preferences may have been shaped by two of John Arlott’s poems.
Archive 2010 World Cup 2010 Notes from South Africa by William Bowler World Cup Afterglow 12 July 2010
Ian Holling’s Sports Diary (scroll down for three years’ highlights)
Archive 2008 Sport: Snooker’s Shifting Empire by Ian Hollings Snooker is having phenomenal success in China. London Grip sports editor Ian Hollings finds out why . . . . . .