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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Thomas Lyne

Brits abroad: is Sancho’s success the start of a new era?

With the Premier League’s restart scheduled for the 17th June, most English clubs are only just reintroducing contact training. But not all British players have had...

‘A far cry from high kicks and pom lines’: introducing Oxford’s cheerleading scene

First of all: do you think people's perception of cheerleading is skewed by the High School movie tradition, or more recently by the Netflix...

Daunting, but rewarding: introducing Oxford’s caving scene

First things first: let's get our bearings! What's caving, what's pot-holing and what's spelunking, and difference between them?  Caving is one of the most...

‘Studied carelessness’: How Virgil Van Dijk makes us think he’s even better than he is

Virgil Van Dijk has cultivated a clear sporting persona: he is a formidably calm presence. His meteoric rise has often descended into a barrage...

Could YouTube punditry bring about a revolution in the way we follow sport?

The archetypal pundit for televised coverage a football or rugby fixture is easy to identify. A white male, between the ages of 45 and...