The outspoken Bernie Ecclestone (91) has seen more television studios than many TV anchors. For this reason alone, the sports mogul, who for four decades owned the Formula 1 racing empire, should have realised he was walking straight into a media ambush. Was the show’s star guest a patsy or maybe he just didn’t care and he likes the flak that even ‘bad’ publicity brings?
Defibrillators are to be supplied to all state schools in England by next summer following a campaign by Oliver King’s family.
The tennis tournament Wimbledon cravenly banned Russian and Belarussian players to avoid a scenario where the British royal family might be obliged to award a winner from either of those countries.
Almost no person knows what to do during a heart attack. At that moment panic begins and the maximum we can do is call an ambulance. What to do when you’re all alone and surrounded by no one? What would you do if the nearest hospital was a couple of hours away and you just had no one who could help you?
Because a champion boxer’s views on NATO in Europe are unclear, Latvian media has decided that the world event boxing bout taking place on July 2 on Australia’s Gold Coast will be removed from television media. The position of conventional media is likely to be similar.
On the same day the Hungarian football team recorded a historic and resounding victory over England, the team’s fans also sent a clear message as to who they are willing to take the knee for.
Hungary scores a major victory over the English national team, but Hungarian fans booing becomes the top international story. Hungary’s national football team scored its first win against England in 60 years in a Nations League match on Saturday. This in itself was an achievement of great importance in the world of football.
Multi-ethnic, liberal-leftist ‘woke go broke’ France showed the world this past weekend how much mass immigration and its political and judicial elites´ leniency have turned it into a third-world-like country. After incredible scenes of chaos in Paris over the weekend, many doubt that France is remotely capable of organizing the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Peter Habeler and Reinhold Messner took alpine tactics to the Himalayas, blowing minds and redefining the sport itself. Over forty years later, they speak about the first oxygen-less ascent of Everest and the rift that broke up the greatest climbing partnership of all time.
The most-deserved belt in history was given to Bridger Walker the little boy who saved his little sister from a German shepherd dog. He had 90 stitches all over his body but saved his three-year-old sister from certain death. And had stated, ‘If anyone has to die, it’s me, I’m the big brother.’