David Cox

David Cox

Pyeongchang 2018

Eating disorders: The dark side of figure skating

Figure skaters go great lengths to preserve their 'body image' which has serious repercussions on their health.

Eating disorders: The dark side of figure skating

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Why are female athletes still paid less than males?

Some sports are now offering equal prize-money but critics believe majority still have a long way to go.

Why are female athletes still paid less than males?

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Angola: Banishing memories of civil war through rowing

Matias and Rasamoelina were unable to make a splash in Rio waters but their presence marked an achievement for Angola.

Angola: Banishing memories of civil war through rowing

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Unsporting behaviour, the darker side of the Olympics

When athletes try everything from head-butts to kicking to edge out an opponent, the spirit of the Games is questioned.

Unsporting behaviour, the darker side of the Olympics

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Shot putters redefining feminine ideals

Taunted and abused due to their weight and muscle presence, critics discount their talent and skills.

Shot putters redefining feminine ideals

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'Are you an idiot?' Culture of umpire abuse in tennis

Outbursts, although infrequent, are welcomed by the fans and are even encouraged by coaches at a junior level.

'Are you an idiot?' Culture of umpire abuse in tennis

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Ibarguen: That dominant athlete you haven't heard of

Unbeaten in 29 competitions since London 2012, the Colombian has had a fair share of hiccups en route success.

Ibarguen: That dominant athlete you haven't heard of

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The battle of the minds behind sprint cycling

Germany sprint king Greipel's dominance was clearly visible in the recently concluded Tour de France.

The battle of the minds behind sprint cycling

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Triumph of persistence on the tennis court

Dodig and Melo's financial worries and struggle for food did not stop them from going to number two in the tennis world.

Triumph of persistence on the tennis court

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The elite tennis coach who sleeps in his car

Filhol, a 53-year-old Frenchman, has been on the road for 20 years and often works with players for free.

The elite tennis coach who sleeps in his car

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The diet that is changing tennis

From pizzas and cheeseburgers to gluten-free and low carb diet, tennis players want that little edge over competition.

The diet that is changing tennis

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The making of Lewis Hamilton

From an inferior car on a karting circuit and limited resources to a Formula One double world champion.

The making of Lewis Hamilton