Join sportswriter Harry Pearson on a delightful journey through the lesser-known folk sports of Britain in No Pie, No Priest.
Wales’ first World Cup in 64 years is almost upon us. But are the controversies that have consumed this year’s winter tournament putting a damper on the Red Wall’s spirit?
Robert Page returned to his hometown to announce his 26-player squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
On Saturday, the first round of the 2022 World Supercross Championship was held in the UK for the first time in Cardiff.
Supercross comes to Cardiff in the a first of it's kind world championship event to be held on Saturday, October 8th.
GARETH BALE ‘looking bright’ and feeling ‘fitter and stronger’ ahead of final 2 Nations League games
Cymru relishing final Nations League games ahead of November World Cup finals
Matty Jones assembles U21 Cymru squad to face Austria in a friendly match on the announcement of his new Head Coach Role.
As Fury is belting out American Pie, you can’t help but be in awe at the scale of it all. Nobody does entertainment quite like WWE.
Cartoonists, wrestling fans; now picture book artists: Josh Hicks & Ioan Morris tell the fearless story of ORIG WILLIAMS
Written by Ioan Morris and illustrated by Josh Hicks, Orig: The Fearless Life Of Orig Williams tells the wild and adventurous story of Wales’ first professional wrestling icon.
I went into Welcome To Wrexham with trepidation, but the first two episodes of the Disney+ docuseries demolished this.
Ahead of Cymru’s key 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers against Greece and Slovenia, the Football Association of Wales has teamed up with Welsh rap artist Juice Menace
“Nothing compares to wrestling – it keeps me well-fed, creatively” – Mark Andrews: Cardiff’s high-flying superstar
Wrestling-adjacent comic creator Josh Hicks speaks to WWE alum Mark Andrews about professional wrestling, Welsh pride and… hot tubs?
CLASH AT THE CASTLE: from the wild west to castle conquering – what to expect from the WWE in Cardiff
Ahead of Clash At The Castle (which isn’t actually in a castle but has a great ring to it, right?), allow wrestling superfan Chris Andrews to get you hyped for the WWE’s historic arrival on Welsh shores.
Graphic designer, semi-pro skater and Avril Lavigne apologist Emily Hicks christens the return of our regular profile feature, spotlighting interesting but under-the-radar folks in Wales.
GIVEAWAY: MMA’s Professional Fighters League smacks down in Wales – here’s your chance to go for free
MMA fans are in for a treat this August: the PFL is bringing a double-bill of welterweight and heavyweight playoffs to the UK – starting in Cardiff, and we've got a bunch of tickets up for grabs!
From the world's first para sport festival to bog snorkelling, there's something for all sport tastes this August in Wales.
In the aftermath of the Welsh men’s football team qualifying for their first World Cup finals since the 1950s, Chris Andrews talks to some of the fanbase; offers an overview of what’s come before and what could happen next.
An incredibly watchable football film that is not really about football at all, I Am Zlatan is a captivating look at the fine line between success and failure, hero and villain.
Cop Secret creator Hannes Þór Halldórsson, the former semi-pro goalie in Iceland, juggled shot-stopping – including for the national team – and film directing.
Well-intentioned sporting drama based on a true story that can’t help but stir the emotions, Jungle Cry sees 12 orphan boys travel from India to take part in 2007’s under-14s Rugby World Cup Championship in Wales.
Ticket to Ride from BikePark Wales opens up the sport to all in an easy and accessible way.
Tony Hawk: Until The Wheels Fall Off is an intimate and honest portrait that chronicles Hawk’s bumpy rise to fame – from a scrawny Californian teen to the height of his powers.
Ahead of the Welsh Masters, Hannah Collins spoke to Esports Wales' Founder John Jackson about the tournament, as well as the future of competitive gaming in Wales.
Who is Carwyn James? A new play at the Torch Theatre - and set to tour Wales - tells the sadly unsung story of the man who masterminded four victories against the All Blacks in the 70s.