Articles by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
Over the centuries, one party has adapted to survive like no other. But on the cusp, potentially, of its greatest modern triumph, is that all-important flexibility still there?
Despite Britain's triumph in Manchester, cycling remains an overlooked sport in this country. Yet many things are more important than sport, as a sad event reminds me
This year's Gold Cup excited more attention than a horse race has had in years, but racing still struggles to find sponsors. Plus, Premier League indifference to the FA Cup
The plan to stage Premier League matches abroad is an act of brazen greed—but may yet come to pass. Plus, why Spielberg was right to walk out on the Olympics
It isn't easy to raise doubts about disabled sports without looking unsympathetic. But as the case of sprinter Oscar Pistorius shows, hard questions sometimes have to be asked
Sport is finally waking up to the full extent of of its drugs problem—but the battle is far from won. Plus newspapers should remember that football is not the only game in town
The historian AJP Taylor was one of the first "telly dons." But over the years, those of us who admired him, as a scholar, stylist and gadfly, have gradually been disabused
Despite the renewed interest in cricket generated by a thrilling Ashes series, the English game is still dying and in the next few decades will cease to be a national sport in any meaningful sense....
The garbled utterances of the left after 9/11 merely flattered the arguments of warmongers