David Cox

David Cox

Sport

Shattering stereotypes, pole dancing wants to be at the Olympics

Reinventing itself as an underground fitness culture, the sport wants to be recognised globally.

Shattering stereotypes, pole dancing wants to be at the Olympics

Sport

How tennis' supermums balance family and careers

There has been an increase of female tennis player on the circuit with a baby. And now, the players want more support.

How tennis' supermums balance family and careers

World Cup 2018

The science wars behind football's penalty shoot-outs

Teams are now talking science instead of luck or fate when discussing penalty shootouts.

The science wars behind football's penalty shoot-outs

World Cup 2018

'Gooool': The story behind football's battle cries

The life of a football commentator and how viewers' expectations need to be met on the mic.

'Gooool': The story behind football's battle cries

World Cup 2018

How footballers have managed to cheat at the World Cup

It has been called the 'beautiful game' but instances of cheating have marred football's biggest event.

How footballers have managed to cheat at the World Cup

World Cup 2018

Can Peru overcome scandals to succeed at Russia World Cup?

The team lost its opening game against Denmark but fans are hoping for a longer stay in Russia.

Can Peru overcome scandals to succeed at Russia World Cup?

World Cup 2018

World Cup 2018: Can Iceland stun the world again?

With a population of just 330,000, how has Iceland risen from being ranked 131 to beating England and the Netherlands?

World Cup 2018: Can Iceland stun the world again?

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

Sport

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?

Sport

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

Sport

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

Sport

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