By William Kedjanyi
January. What’s it good for? Desperate cold, bad news, going back to work, school or uni and with spring being close enough in the mirror to count but too fa away to eagerly anticipate. But we are almost at the end of January and we do have some
The 2015 Cheltenham Festival was a thrilling affair, showcasing a brilliant combination of new winners and familiar names to captivate experienced and novice fans alike. Record crowds attended the four-day event, and each of the signature races provided their own intrigue.
In the opening day's Champion Hurdle, a first-time winner emerged
With the Cheltenham Festival slowing sinking away into the horse racing memory vault we are reminded of just how great the sport can be with the Aintree festival. The festival culminates with tomorrow's race, the big one, the one that everyone comes out to bet on, The Grand National. This
As BBC's Top Gear is off the air Severn Sport have signed up the none other than The Stig! We persuaded him to put down his thoughts on the Severn Sport website. Negotiations were tough and The Stig doesn't work on his ownn any more, so for the 2015 British
Are you looking for a new sport to get enthused by this year? Bored of the usual? Well I'm going to look at some different sports over the next few weeks to give you something new to enjoy in 2015. By the end of the year you will have seen