Born in New York to a British father and a Belgian mother, I suppose officially I am an American. But I've lived in the UK for 21 years, so consider me terribly British. Having graduated from the University of Bristol in May with a degree in Politics and Italian my obsession has turned to becoming a journalist.
A year studying in Italy on the Erasmus program, taught me much but, above all, its where I met a group of British & Irish lads and joined a sports website called www.thesportreview.com/tsr/
We have grown and expanded enormously over the last two years and our aim is to provide an independent, in-depth look at the world's major sporting stories. Check out the BEST sports website in the world (other than b/r of course!)
When I am not writing stories for TSR I share my time with friends, going out to the pub and all that remains for me to say is, I am passionate about sports.
Rugby, cricket, tennis, F1, i love but football really does it for me. Manchester United are my team (and no I'm not a "glory supporter") and when i can't make it to OT I cheer on the mighty Harlequins.
My father is originally from Brighton so it would be rude if I did't also follow the exploits of Brighton & Hove Albion in League One.
Finally, let's hope for a good season. Come on you Reds, let's win our trophy back and could this be the year the Seagulls return to Division two????
I am hoping you have time to read my new piece.
Thank you so much,
Title: 2010 US Open Semifinal: 2nd Best Novak Djokovic To Topple Roger Federer
Check this one out, if you got a minute for a quick read:
Don't expect artistry on this one.
Title: Andy Murray Shocked by Stanislas Wawrinka at US Open: Another Year Wasted"
Jerome, you made me your fan.
Thank you so much for the Like vote. That does it.