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 world of football has lost one of the greats: just one of the tributes to Jack Charlton – who’s died at the age of 85.
The West Indies cricketing board said they were mourning the loss of an icon.
We are being encouraged to spend money on businesses owned and run by black people today as part of an initiative called Black Pound Day.
It’s taken them thirty years to become champions of England, but Liverpool have now won their first Premier League, after Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea.
Premier League football is back – after 100 days off the pitch.
If today’s protests had a soundtrack it might well have been written by Bob Marley.
With racial injustices very much on the news agenda, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan went to meet Booker Prize winner Bernardine Evaristo and he began by asking her how she feels about recent events.
Coronavirus has impacted every sport, particularly this year’s Paralympics.
The 40th London Marathon was meant to take place today. Instead – to support the charities which were depending on that mass fundraising effort – a new challenge has been set.
Churches say they’re making plans to protect elderly worshippers
Japan’s Prime Minister has insisted the Olympics will still go ahead as planned in July – although sporting events around the world are being cancelled.
Britain’s sporting calendar has been destroyed by the coronavirus – with the majority of national and international events now cancelled or postponed.
They arrived in the UK as children – alone and with no one to care for them – leaving their family and friends behind in search of safety.
A new scholarship programme has been launched to encourage young people from Britain’s Caribbean community back into the game.
His homophobic comments got him banned from playing rugby in Australia, but after nearly year away from the sport, Israel Folau is now playing for the French Club Catalan Dragons.