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Edie Holt

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The aftermath of the Women’s World Cup in a post ‘Me Too’ world

During the run-up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final in August, the most noticeable rhetoric surrounding the event was the possibility of an increased interest in women’s sport. The…

Djokovic withdraws from Indian Wells over vaccination status

The BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells Masters) is well underway in California, the main draw having started on the 9th of March. As an ATP/WTA 1000 tournament, it is one…

Nick Kyrgios’ assault charges dropped

Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios has undoubtedly established himself as a divisive figure in the tennis world as of late. Coupled with the incredibly high level of his play, his…

Has ‘true crime’ gone too far?

I’m sure you’ve heard about the recent disappearance of Nicola Bulley, a Lancashire mother of two, who has been missing since January 27th. Although disappearances are unfortunately not that uncommon,…

Iga Swiatek builds momentum at WTA Finals

It has been quite a year for women’s tennis. Sporting legend Serena Williams retired after a record-breaking career for the history books, US Open champion Emma Raducanu publicly struggled through…

Djokovic, Sabalenka win big in Melbourne

I have always been particularly prone to the impulse to root for the underdog. This was certainly not amiss during the men’s finals of the Australian Open Tennis Championship 2023,…

Strikes, strikes and more strikes

One of the reasons I chose to write on the strikes this week is that I had a bunch of free time. I wouldn’t think, as a third-year student, that…

Should we be boycotting the World Cup in Qatar?

You certainly don’t have to be a football fan to love the World Cup. The national mood soars, the pub gardens are booked to the brim, and ‘Three Lions’ ends…