Milan-San Remo Preview

This Saturday the first of the 5 cycling monuments will wind its way through the Italian countryside for nearly 300km, taking riders over the famous Poggio and Cipressa climbs before finishing on the Via Roma in San Remo. What makes Milan-San Remo so exciting is the prospect of either a sprinter or a climber being... Continue Reading →

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We’re Killing the Planet

It’s 16 degrees right now, the sun is shining, the skies are blue and everyone is out an about enjoying the weather, it was like this yesterday, even warmer the day before and has been pretty nice weather for the last 6 days. This may seem pretty normal, maybe even pleasant if it were a... Continue Reading →

Blog 004

I’m not a creative person and I find blogs hard. The last week has been a bit of a slog for me, moving back up to university and getting used to the differences between my life here and my life at home has been a lot harder than it should have been and settling in... Continue Reading →

Blog 003

Hi everyone, I’m home! That’s right, I have made the mammoth journey down from university to my family home and I’m staying here for 6 weeks, leeching off of my parents and recovering from the stresses of term. Of course, it is Christmas soon so I’m very excited for that, not because I want presents... Continue Reading →

Books – The Rosie Project

My first piece book piece on ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, a classic of modern times, did really well in terms of people reading and liking it, so here’s hoping that you like all the books in this series, the next being ‘The Rosie Project’ by Graeme Simsion. ‘The Rosie Project’ is a charming novella about... Continue Reading →

Amazing People: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is new and she’s exciting and she’s making people care about politics again. Born in New York on the October 13th 1989, Ocasio-Cortez is the youngest congresswoman in history after being elected to the house in the 14th congressional district of New York, an area that contains the Bronx and Queens. Ocasio-Cortez is... Continue Reading →

Blog 002

Sadly, this blog doesn’t give me an opportunity to go on a rant like last week’s did, so it may be a bit shorter and have a bit more of a verbal diarrhoea type feel to it. Gladly, however, I come bearing news that the implosion of my country’s government has been staved off for... Continue Reading →

Opinion: Drugs in Sport

I am a runner. The sport of athletics is very close to my heart, and I enjoy the world that I have immersed myself in through the sport. Recently, however another role model, Nigel Levine, a British 400m runner, has been found to be using performance enhancing drugs, thinking about it now makes me a... Continue Reading →

Podcasts -Dear Hank and John

I have recently, mainly due to the influence of my girlfriend, become interested in podcasts, I have enjoyed exploring this new world and have listened to a wide range, whether it be a more informative and educational podcast or just easy listening. I think there’s something reassuring about a podcast that reminds me of being... Continue Reading →

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