Category: Professional

ESkootr Racing?

“It’s the most hilarious thing when I tell people I'm a professional electric scooter racer. They’re just like, ‘What? That’s so crazy.” Model and adrenaline junkie Jordan Rand enthuses about her sporting craze

By Tomi Otekunrin

Driving Force

After Kenyan athlete Agnes Tirop was killed by her husband, fellow female athletes decided to act. Forming a platform, the Women’s Athletic Alliance, they raise awareness and help others move forward

By Jodie Williams

Fandom: London Lions

When you think of basketball, chances are you think of the US. We meet London Lions General Manager Vanja Cernivec to discuss growing women’s basketball fandom in the UK

By Glorious

Fandom: Broken Rackets

World-class players, flowing champagne, stylish fans and a generous serving of strawberries and cream. We're off to the tennis with Emanuele D'Angelo of Broken Rackets!

By Glorious

Art: Holly Bendall

From the adrenaline rush of action sports to the thrill of creating life-size sculptures, we chat to artist Holly Bendall on how she’s found her work-life balance

By Glorious

Youth: The Hurdler

Meet Isabelle Kyson, whose journey goes beyond the track. The 15-year-old is on a mission to reverse the decline in teenage girls’ participation in sports

By Glorious

Summer: Tennis

More accustomed to fashion shoots, ace photographer Radka Leimeritz turned her lens to capturing tennis stars in a stylish new way and her collections of portraits and tennis locations are a gift to the sport she loves

By Tomi Otekunrin

Ocean: Take Action

Curious about how you can make a difference and help conserve the ocean? We sit down with marine conservationist and keen diver Kendra Nelson to learn more about her journey, the biggest threats to the ocean, and how you can take action

By Glorious

Julie Krone

As one of the world’s most celebrated Thoroughbred jockeys, Julie Krone tells us about entering a man’s world, injuries, comebacks and triumphs, and how being a mother means more to her than anything

By Sarah Rodrigues

Riding A Dream

The equestrian world can seem, and is, very white, so what is the industry doing to become more accessible and inclusive? We talk to Naomi Lawson, co-founder of Riding a Dream Academy, who is working hard to turn the tables

By Glorious