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The future of the F1 Sprint Race

The British Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton take a record breaking 8th win at Silverstone, and a controversial as well as pivotal incident with his title rival, Max Verstappen. The weekend was notable though, not just for the clamorous events during the Grand Prix, but for the all new sprint race before, which may go on to change Formula One forever.

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Interviewing Brian Kirungi, president of Patriots BBC, before the inaugural season of the BAL

For the last year, I have been following the creation of the Basketball Africa League, or the BAL for short. In my excitement to learn more about the league, I arranged a meeting with Brian Kirungi, the president of Patriots BBC, who will be representing Rwanda in the inaugural season of the BAL. He was a delight to interview, and conveyed the passion and thought that had gone into getting the Patriots ready. 

Extreme E – the new race to shape the world?

Extreme E is a recent addition to the racing calendar. Storming in and taking many by surprise, the electric car based cross country racing series which was started to raise the constant issues that many of the famous car racing events have seen over the

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A Fantasy Premier League catch up after 1 month

The Premier League has completed four weeks of football, meaning that we are now 1 month into this Fantasy Premier League season, so over the international break we thought we would look back at how some of the Berkeley Squares team have got on! Before

Competitive innovation: Formula 1

If you want to win in Formula 1, you have to be the best of the best. Your drivers, your pit crew, your team principle and your data analysts need to work perfectly in sink with one another. However, no element affects a team’s position more than their car.

How sport has started to become more player-centric

It is relatively standard to be asked who you support, for any given sport, however this question is almost always referring to a specific team rather than a specific player. The biggest sport leagues in the world all connect each team to a particular location,

Racism in football, and what’s being done to combat it

Football likes to be known for its inclusiveness, with supporters uniting to cheer on their club no matter what, yet racism has always been a pressing issue for the sport. Lately there have been multiple cases of racist chants and abuse from the supporters, and