Monthly Archives: July 2016

‘I had a sports psychologist but I needed an actual psychologist’

‘It was a wet, cold, grey Friday morning. I rose out of bed having had no sleep the night before. Panic attacks are horrific experiences by day, by night they are even worse. My desire for death was now much stronger than my desire for living so I made a decision. I had the rope […]

Putting it all on the line

As rugby literally grows the concerns are often about styles, but with players risking their health the debate must quickly become about mental and physical substance, writes Ewan MacKenna Early in their climb to the summit of boxing, Don King decided he wanted a piece of Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko. Inviting them to his mansion to […]