Meet the Team

Editor-In-Chief , Amar


As Editor-in-Chief and founder of Broad Sport, I had a very clear goal when setting up the magazine. I wanted to give writers a platform to freely express their views, no matter how controversial. The writers on this site have the freedom to express their ideas without restriction. With a student journalism background, I found myself restricted to a bubble, this magazine provides writers with a broader scope. We provide a passioned, credible voice to the ever-changing world of sport

Football Editor, Rhys O’Rourke


As a writer for Inside Wales Sport and student journalist with the Press Association, I do my fair share of sports reporting. This site gives me a vehicle to broaden my writing by offering opinions and anecdotes that would otherwise not be aired. I hope you enjoy my work and appreciate any feedback. For my sins, I am a fervent Cardiff City fan and also dabble in athletics and rugby union.

Rugby Union Editor, Tim Copeland


Ardid rugby fan and Harlequins supporter. Blunt and brutally honest when it comes to my opinions. Will keep you updated with the Premiership alongside Rugby 7s and Super Rugby.

Tennis Editor, Josh Raisey


A lover of the grace of Roger Federer, majesty of Beauden Barrett, the power of Francis Ngannou, and everything in-between. A Spurs fan, tennis is something I go to when they’re letting me down.

Motorsport Editor, Marc Betts

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If it has wheels and an engine, I’ll be watching it. A lover of cars, motorsport is something which is something isn’t given as much airtime as it should. From F1 to motogp, I will lead the coverage for motorsports.

Cricket Editor, Ed Jones


Avid follower of the only sport in the world that has an official tea break. Here to offer my analysis on the beautiful and sometimes bewildering  game where a draw and a tie are different things and a chinaman is a style of bowling. Former demon fast bowler and seasoned number 11 batsman. Follower of England through and thin and patiently waiting for the glory days to return at Surrey.


Niche Sports Editor, Freddie Alcock

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A lifelong suffering Spurs fan and a patriotic Englishman whose waiting for the glory days of both teams to return. Until then, I have no qualms criticising all things in modern sport that gets put under the spotlight. Apart from Roger Federer, who can never be criticised. ever.

Head of Design and Rugby League Editor, Joe Wilson 

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A background in design technology and a love for Rugby League brought me to Broadsport. As a Wakefield Wildcats fan, rugby league is not given near enough the coverage that it craves and deserves. I will fill this gap by giving my views on the game I love.