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In Conversation: WFE and Miller on the Lionesses’ “Roaring” Success
Earlier this month, UEFA Women European Champions England took to the pitch at a packed-out Wembley to face FIFA World Champions USA, in what was a true clash of intercontinental titans. England buoyed by the successes of the summer, emerged victorious again – claiming a 2-1 victory in an enthralling and engrossing affair. This was the first time the Lionesses have defeated the USA since 2017.
Ben Stokes' Retirement: What It Means For The Entire Sport
After assuming the captaincy from Joe Root earlier this year, Ben Stokes has built a revolution in England’s approach to Test cricket.
July Sports Notebook
Welcome back to our wrap of the insurance in sport stories that matter from throughout July.
The transfer window is well and truly open! What players are the ones to watch?
Silly season has well and truly begun. Fans around the country are tracking flight paths, monitoring petrol stations, and refreshing websites as they eagerly anticipate their football club’s next ‘big’ signing.
Matthew Tait: 'In your younger years, you think you're invincible'
In the latest article in our ongoing athlete welfare content series with Sport Industry Awards partner Miller, we speak with Matthew Tait about his transition from professional sports to the “real world” and discuss the lessons he learned from a lengthy career at the top of professional rugby.
Golf, Fragmentation, and Player Welfare
On Sunday 10 April, world number one golfer Scottie Scheffler cemented his place in the history of the sport as he became the latest icon to win the coveted Masters, arguably golf’s premier competition.
Miller Sports Fortnightly Notebook - 29 April
Welcome back to another edition of the Notebook, bringing you the to-ing and fro-ing from the world of sport.