Karen Darke tests life’s limits to the max

Horrific injuries will not curtail Karen’s limits, but what are those limits? She’s still finding out

Tough bike messengers beaten by girl from North Carolina

The bike race described as ‘badass’, ‘dangerous’ and uninsurable comes to London

Behind the scenes with disappointed England hockey

Guest post by Sarah Juggins: England retain their sense of humour despite poor performance

Inspiring but frustrated sport tweets from International Women’s Day

GB Paralympic gold for sportswoman on today of all days, the power of social media, the next generation will make you smile and a life-changing sport story

Bear claws and mountain-lion paw prints – Canada wintersports just got interesting

Fresh mountain lion tracks gave even the guide cause for concern

No ice, no track, no problem for hugely successful GB skeleton sliders, but how do they train?

Team GB don’t let a little thing like lack of facilities stop them from being among the best in the world

GB figure skaters Nick Buckland & Penny Coomes guide you through ice dance and pairs differences

Okay, well you did ask… didn’t you?

Despite the higher standard and profile in their own league Aussie and Kiwi netballers are choosing to play in the UK

Sports Liberated spoke to five members of the Netball Superleague, including one ‘import’, to find out why

Five women climbers dealing with very different real-life issues

From entrepreneur to film-maker to a recently turned pro to a life-changing injury to depression these women are dealing with real-life issues alongside their sport. Sports Liberated meets them

So, is it just the UK that has problems encouraging young girls to take up sport? The two fastest women in the world think so

London Olympic 100m gold medalist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and second-placed Carmelita Jeter talk to Sports Liberated