ABs at the Top of UK Game

Former All Blacks Carlos Spencer and Justin Marshall lead the nominations for the Professional Rugby Players’ Association (PRA) player of the year award. Described by The Independent as godlike and “the union game’s answer to Diego Maradona”, Spencer is the favourite for the award, following a succession of outstanding performances for his Northampton club. Marshall has also enjoyed a personally successful season, having emerged as the Premiership’s outstanding scrum-half.


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Track Hero Nick Willis Tries Sub-4:00 Again in NY

Track Hero Nick Willis Tries Sub-4:00 Again in NY

Over the course of five Olympics, the New Zealand mid-distance runner Nick Willis has become a track and field legend. At 38, he recently embarked on an unprecedented quest. GQ went…