Jordan Jarrett Bryan is a sports reporter for Channel 4 News.
The thing I love about sport is what it does to people. Not only the athletes themselves, but the supporters and followers of it. Sport can make athletes grow as people, but can also destroy them and turn them into someone they never wanted to be. But it also can make fans say and do things they never thought they'd think or do.
Sport reflects life and is a microcosm of it. Sport can make you laugh or cry, sport can make you laugh till your belly hurts, it can make you rage with anger. Sport can make you see things you never thought you would see. But importantly sport makes you think. Why do we support the team we support, follow the athlete we follow and devote our lives to the sport we do? Surely it’s more than just a geographical, national, gender or technical reason. We invest time in that sport/athlete because we identify with them or that team/person we aspire to be.
Reporting on a fabulous goal, a world class forehand or a great burst of sprinting is what turns me on. But what I live for, just as much as those moments is the sporting moments that make the everyday man go gaga.
The Euro 2020 final begins at 20:00 BST and Jordan Jarrett-Bryan is in Wembley Way.
Well it’s just two hours to go until kick-off and the excitement is building here in Wembley and across England.
It’s 55 years since the England men’s football team won a major tournament – but that could all change tomorrow night if they beat Italy in the Euro 2020 final.
The kick-off to England’s semi final match against Denmark is just a few minutes away, and the tension is building.
A place in the Euro 2020 final against Italy is the price on offer for England if they can get past Denmark tonight.
England prepare for their Euros clash with Ukraine tonight in Rome, hoping to make it through to their first European championship semi-final for 25 years.
England have been making final preparations ahead of tomorrow night’s Euro 2020 quarter-final clash with Ukraine in Rome.
Large crowds of Scotland and England fans have been gathering in central London ahead of tonight’s Euro 2020 clash at Wembley Stadium, despite appeals for anyone without a ticket to stay away.
A Denmark player collapsed during his side’s Euro 2020 match against Finland. In highly distressing scenes, medical staff rushed onto the pitch to treat Christian Eriksen.
Ahead of the Euro 2020 campaign, which kicks off this Friday, England football manager Gareth Southgate has written an open letter, saying it is his players’ duty to engage with fans about issues of equality and racial injustice.
As test debuts go, it was pretty impressive: England cricketer Ollie Robinson took 2-50 on the first day of the test at Lords.
Sports fans love social media. But this weekend many of the places they might usually be getting the latest clips and news from will be silent.
There are major developments in football’s European Super League story.
Our sports reporter Jordan Jarrett-Bryan was live in north London, outside Arsenal’s stadium.
The fallout from the alleged on-pitch racist abuse of a Glasgow Rangers player has continued with calls for Slavia Prague to be kicked out of this year’s Europa League competition. Slavia’s player Ondrey Kudela has denied abusing Glen Kamara in Thursday night’s game. But the Rangers midfielder has released a statement saying the denial was…