The IOC is wrestling to drop this Olympic sport

It’s been six months since the end of the London 2012 Olympic Games but the international sporting event is still generating plenty of coverage this week: Leading the pack is South African Paralympic gold medallist and double amputee Oscar Pistorius who’s recently denied murder after his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp was found dead at his […]

What have you been talking about in 2012?

As the year comes to an end, search engines and social media platforms are evaluating what people were most interested in during 2012 – the year where global sporting events and celebrity status carried even more weight than normal. Most of the results across the board are similar but there are some curve balls. Here’s […]

Adverts don’t make nations fat, people do

There was an interesting article from the Independent on Sunday yesterday on celebrities advertising junk foods. Health campaigners plan to make a fresh attack on food and drink companies in an attempt to ban them from using celebrities to advertise their products. The finger isn’t just being wagged at celebrity ambassador veterans David Beckham and […]

The end of the London 2012 Olympics

All good things come to an end – and, after what can only be described as a ‘fantastic fortnight of sport’, the London 2012 Olympics has concluded. My GamesMaker journey started two years ago with a simple application, followed by an interview, training sessions and eventually uniform and accreditation collection. Based at the ExCeL inside […]

Oddbins rebels against the Olympics

Just three days before the Olympics’ opening ceremony, wine merchant Oddbins has launched a rebellion campaign against the Games’ top tier sponsors. The company, which has 35 stores throughout the country, is planning a counter-strike over the next three weeks – accompanied by campaign posters making consumers feel at home by wearing their ‘outlawed Olympics […]