Prime Time turns 1!

Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Prime Time, happy birthday to you. As you can probably guess, this (brilliant) blog turns one today and I’m super proud of what Prime Time has achieved. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to read my posts and occasionally having your 2p worth. […]

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 […]

Volunteering at the Olympics has a silver lining

I walked into the ExCeL this afternoon thinking it would be the same as any other shift – keep the journalists happy and catch some world-class judo action. And it was, more or less, until Team GB judoka Gemma Gibbons scooped silver in the under 78kg judo tournament – our first Olympic medal in the […]

The Olympic Torch comes to Croydon

I was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Olympic Torch this afternoon on day 66 of its momentous journey as it came through London Road in Croydon. Almost one year after the riots, it was a fantastic sight to see so many people gathered to celebrate part of the legacy of the London […]

Serena lets the alligator out of the bag

Five-times Wimbledon Champion Serena Williams has instilled fear into LOCOG and its sponsors by doing the one thing at Wimbledon that it can’t control at the forthcoming Olympics Games – bringing non sponsored brands into the stadiums. Serena ignored the All England Lawn Tennis Club rules throughout the two-week tournament – that clearly stated that players are […]