How To Train Your Dragon animator Thomas Grummt talks emotional endings, industry advice and creating the light-fury
Grummt is the genius behind that prancing dragon scene.
'Climate change? I think that's what these movies are ultimately about'
How To Train Your Dragon animator Simon Otto on the real meaning behind the franchise.
University Boat Race: Double Olympic Champion James Cracknell to become competition's oldest rower
The 46-year-old won Gold for Team GB in the coxless fours at both the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games.
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad women's race stopped as cyclist catches men's event
A one-day cycling race in Belgium was temporarily stopped after breakaway rider Nicole Hanselmann nearly caught up with the men’s event.
Snowboarder, 18, breaks ankle but still finishes second
She was tantalisingly within one-hundredth of a point behind first place.
GB Bobsleighers record best finish in 53 years - in a Crowdfunded sled
UK Sport withdrew funding for the sport's programme after GB teams failed to challenge for a medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Ex-Sports minister criticises sports coach sex law delay
An ex-sports minister has described a proposed law still under review to make it illegal for sports coaches to have sexual relations with 16 and 17-year-olds in their care, as “a no brainer.”
Thierry Henry: Monaco 'sack' manager after just three months in charge
Leonardo Jardim, who himself was fired as head coach three months ago, is expected to replace the former World Cup Winner.
Cardiff University to develop helmet padding to combat NFL concussions
Researchers at Cardiff University have received £90,000 from the NFL after winning a competition
Interview: Ex-Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali talks childhood, greatest moments and what’s next in his cycling career
'It’s difficult to compare myself with the other greats of the sport whilst I’m still competing. I feel that there are many fans who love me though, and that’s what matters'
OPINION: Manchester United's epic comeback against Newcastle is exactly what their fans deserve
'It is no wonder these supporters demand success. Memories of timeless heroes marching towards victory simmer resolutely. Idols setting standards scarcely attainable.'
UEFA Champions League: The National Student Sports Writer's Predictions 2018/19
The wait is almost over! The 2018/19 UEFA Champions League season gets underway on Tuesday and six of our writers from the National Student’s Sports Section have given their views and predictions for what is expected to be yet another enthralling and entertaining UCL campaign.
Francesco Molinari edges out Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth to win the British Open
Molinari becomes the first Italian to lift a major after winning The Open Championship by two shots at Carnoustie.
Welshman Thomas is the new leader of Le Tour de France after winning stage 11
Thomas leads his teammate Chris Froome by one minute 25 seconds.
World Cup: The National Student Sports Writer's Team of the Tournament
Kane over Mbappe? Hazard instead of Modric? Six of our bravest writers from the National Student’s Sport Section have selected their Team of the 2018 World Cup.
World Cup: Kane wins Golden Boot as Modric named best player
England's captain is named the tournaments top goal scorer, but does this suggest a big money move elsewhere?
World Cup: Tunisia 1-2 England
England needed a very late Harry Kane goal to defeat Tunisia 2-1 in their first game in Group G.