The clay season has been in full swing for a few weeks and now its time for that iconic event in Paris that lights up the European tennis calendar, its Roland Garros. So lets dust the clay off our shoes, order a ‘un café’ and croissant and digest what’s likely to happen at the second Grand Slam of the year. Continue reading French Open Preview
What responsibility does the athlete have if their behavior impacts children in a negative way? It’s the age-old question. In this politically correct culture should we be holding our star athletes to an even higher standard? Continue reading The Role of the Sports Role Model
It’s the election contest that Political Junkies the world over have wanted to see. Donald J Trump vs Hillary R Clinton. It’s a match made in cable news heaven. With the withdrawal out of the Republican race of Texas Senator Ted Cruz after his defeat in Indiana a few days ago, Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican Nominee in the battle for the White House. On the Democrats side unless the FBI indicts Hillary Clinton over the email scandal she will be the Liberal nominee in the race for the Presidency.