Sport

By Jeff Kloepping | 10 Jul 2020

Three tips to maintaining your fitness routine as ‘normality’ resume

Jeff Kloepping is an International Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor, specialising in body transformations. Originally based in New York, Jeff pursued his own goals and becam... Read More

By Polly Jean Harrison | 07 Jul 2020

Swiss performance running brand On teams up with Roger Federer to release ultra-limited edition vegan tennis shoe through online raffle

Released on the 17th Anniversary of his first Wimbledon win, Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer has collaborated with cult running brand, On, to create The ROGER Centre Court 0-Series, the company... Read More

By Beaky Allesch-Taylor | 19 May 2020

Beaky Allesch-Taylor shares the joys – and wellness benefits – of British fishing

A number of US presidents have counted fly fishing as a pastime. Franklin D Roosevelt, Jimmy Carter, George Bush Senior, Dwight D Eisenhower and Barack Obama all enjoyed casting a line over a river, w... Read More

By Tempus | 13 May 2020

Discover the best golf destinations around the world

From the rolling sands of Abu Dhabi to the mountainous terrain of Boulders, Arizona, there's no reason why a great game of golf shouldn't involve a breath-taking view. With golf back on t... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 21 Apr 2020

Rediscover the adrenaline rush of real skiing with Colorado’s greatest runs

There’s something missing from modern skiing holidays. Admittedly, there’s nothing quite like getting back to that alpine wonderland, taking in the beauty of the mountains as you&rsqu... Read More

30 Mar 2020

These Luxurious Locations Have Top Class Horse Racing

Horse racing takes place all around the world including in some pretty exotic and luxurious locations that may appeal to lovers of sport and travel alike.  Destinations that allow you to enjoy so... Read More

09 Mar 2020

Is there a better place to be a professional rugby player than the South of France?

It’s safe to say that some places in the world offer professional athletes more culture and cuisine than others. Often, sportsmen go where the money takes them and that could be to the rain of M... Read More

By Mo Bobat | 08 Jan 2020

Pride of lions: Cricket Performance Director Mo Bobat shares what it takes to compete on the world stage

I have always been involved with cricket and have been fortunate enough to fulfil roles at various levels of the game. I coached during my formative years and throughout my seven-year career as a teac... Read More

By Freddy Clode | 08 Jan 2020

These luxury countryside destinations are bringing the best of active holidays closer to home

IN THE COUNTRY When we think of luxury travel, too often we look to far-flung destinations for our adventures. While jungle trails and mountain hikes are milestones for every traveller, sometimes ther... Read More

By Luke Worthington | 08 Jan 2020

Personal trainer Luke Worthington says there's more to mindful fitness than seasonal fads

When it comes to fitness, personal trainer and former rugby star Luke Worthington says there’s more than mindfulness to keep in mind. Here, he tells us why experts should treat body and being as... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 19 Dec 2019

Kobe Bryant on his transition from basketball star to Oscar-winning filmmaker

When superstar basketball player Kobe Bryant retired his jersey in 2016, fans and critics alike expected he would somehow continue to make waves in the sporting world. But no one could have guessed ho... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 16 Dec 2019

Swiss show jumping champion Martin Fuchs wins the CHI Geneva Grand Prix

European show jumping champion Martin Fuchs won the Concours Hippique International (CHI) Genève's Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday 15 December, in front of an ecstatic home crowd.... Read More

By Juliet Herd | 04 Dec 2019

Snowflakes that turn into snowballs – Judy Murray on the collective power of women in business

Pioneering tennis coach Judy Murray OBE likened women to “snowflakes” as she accepted an award at the NatWest everywoman Awards ceremony in London on Tuesday 3 December. “They usuall... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Dec 2019

Exclusive: British light-heavyweight champion Joshua Buatsi tells Tempus about stepping out from Anthony Joshua’s shadow

Joshua Buatsi is the definition of today’s gentleman boxer. In the ring, the undefeated, 26-year-old British light-heavyweight champion is a force to be reckoned with; calculated power meeting e... Read More

13 Nov 2019

Cheltenham Festival hopefuls going on trial – the leading horses to look out for

Defi du Seuil is among several high-profile Cheltenham Festival horses set to strut their stuff in key trials at the three-day November meeting at the home of jumps racing. The Philip Hobbs trained si... Read More

31 Oct 2019

Luxurious hospitality at Royal Ascot and Wimbledon: how fans can set the pace for 2020

What better way to witness sporting drama than by doing it in style, particularly from a royal enclosure? There are two major events in the British summer calendar that never fail to draw the crowds, ... Read More

By Tempus | 03 Apr 2019

University challenge: why the Boat Race is still drawing the crowds

Sunday 7 April will see teams from Oxford and Cambridge Universities once again go head to head in a dramatic and deeply competitive four-mile race along the river Thames. Love or loathe it, the Boat ... Read More

By Tempus | 30 Oct 2018

Ten Trinity Square launches 'Champions Challenge' charity tournament

Ten Trinity Square private members' club is inviting members and Londoners alike to take part in a charity pool and golf tournament running weekly throughout November. The Champions Challenge pits... Read More