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If fines aren't sufficient deterrents and points deductions skew the table aim the punishment at the boardroom, says Ed Warner.
Our columnist on the noble art's hype machine, the Cricket World Cup and, er sheep shearing.
In the Olympic and Paralympic world, being top of the food chain is everything.
Ed Warner dons his VR headset to ponder the future of sport.
Thomas Bach is in Ed Warner's crosshairs this week.
Chris Boardman. Olympic cycling pursuit champion. Tour de France stage winner. Adviser to British Cycling. Head of the government’s Gear Change strategy promoting cycling and walking at Active Travel England. Founder and face of Boardman Bikes, currently owned by Halfords. You may have one in the family, perhaps a balance bike for a toddler or [...]
How long until a match is refereed entirely by AI, following the latest Premier League VAR blunders?
This week’s Ed Warner column looks at the Patrick Cantlay “pay or no pay” discussion and how Olympians can only dream of being in a situation where they don’t need payment to compete at the highest level. Can those Ryder Cup golfers simply increase their brand value by rubbing shoulders with Olympians in Paris next [...]
John Maynard Keynes argued for government spending – any spending – to stimulate economies in recession, even paying people to dig holes and then fill them up again, given the multiplier effect when they spend their wages. Saudi Arabia may not be facing such an economic challenge, but the sports investments pursued by its Crown [...]
Ed Warner on the lessons from the soft drink industry for sports tempted to tinker with their formats, the wisdom of analytics, and Everton's takeover.
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