City centre cycle racing has returned to Sheffield with roads closed in Arundel Gate, Tudor Square, Pinstone Street and Norfolk Street for the National Circuit Series grand prix. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
Thousands of football fans gathered at Devonshire Green on Wednesday night to watch England go down 2-1 to Croatia in the World Cup semi-final. The match was shown on a giant screen open to the public. Sheffield Live! reporter Baillor Jalloh asked fans for their reaction after the final whistle.
The festival of the outdoors is back in Sheffield with three days of action and adventure. The event will be held across city centre locations including the Peace Gardens, Tudor Square, Millennium Square and the Winter Gardens. Azz Mohamed reports for Sheffield Live!
Sheffield United star David Brooks has signed for Bournemough in a deal worth around £12m, manager Chris Wilder confirmed today. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
Hundreds attended the funeral of boxing legend Brendan Ingle at Sheffield Cathedral. Ingle Brendan died in May, aged 77 at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, from a brain hemorrhage. The Irish born former boxer trained four world champions from his Wincobank gym, including Johnny Nelson, Naseem Hamed, Junior Witter and Kell Brook. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
Time Trial, a documentary film about former cyclist David Millar, has had its UK premier at Sheffield’s DocFest. Millar is the only British rider to have worn all Tour de France jerseys and one of nine to have worn the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification. The film follows the highs lows of Millar’s career leading up to his last encounter. Baillor Jalloh reports for Sheffield Live!
A government funded programme to trial a new approach to work related healthcare is underway in Sheffield City Region. The Working Win scheme will offer personalised and intensive support to people in work or seeking work and who are experiencing mental or physical health challenges. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
As the build-up for the World Cup in Russia gets underway, primary schools are being invited to a Youdan Trophy school’s world cup tournament at Sheffield United’s training ground in Shirecliffe. Azz Mohammed reports for Sheffield Live!
The National Junior Disability Snooker Championships are set to launch in Sheffield at the weekend, with the competition entering its fifth year. Staged by the Stephen Harrison Snooker Academy the tournament has reached such high demand that applicants are being turned away and the organisers are fundraising to expand. Sheffield Live! reporter Azz Mohammed spoke to founder Stephen Harrison.
With the shock defeat of defending champion Mark Selby, and the World Snooker Championships moving into the second round at the Crucible, Sheffield Live! takes a look at this year’s behind the scenes preparations. Azz Mohammed reports.