T Cooper directs and Téa Leoni is named as an executive producer.
Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe is the Principal Lecturer at the School of Education at the University of Brighton and his book, Desire Discrimination Determination — Black Champions in Cycling, came out on 17th August. In it, Moncrieffe provided historical stories of Black cyclists and the barriers they faced and overcame in their careers. The following is …
That which we call a position by any other number would smell as sweet.
‘Black people are hugely underrepresented in UK motorsport – something Lewis Hamilton has witnessed first hand throughout his career.’
‘Later, Cuban players began making their mark in the sport, aided by what Laliberte calls an ‘ambiguous racial position in United States society and sport.”
Stuntin’ with his durag on/By the ocean/Let it flap in the wind/In slow motion.
BBG is a growing platform for Black golfers to come together on the green.
Black Sand is all about community, peace, and respect through surfing and the crash of the waves.
‘There’s no racism out there’, says Harris of the ocean. ‘When you come out of that water, of course you go back to your life. But you lose yourself when you get into the waves.’
From the estates to the podium, Darren Campbell’s life changed when he moved from Manchester to basically stay alive.
Find out more about Black women in sport from around the world with The Black Sportswoman.
A Black man born in Germany to German and West Indian parents, winning two Olympic medals for Great Britain? Ain’t nothing changed since 1920.
Black swimmers like Alice Dearing and Simone Manuel shouldn’t be the modern anomalies.
Are golfing officials doing anything/enough to diversify the sport and make it safe for Black golfers to play the sport they love?
‘Being Black is not a negative’