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Regular articles, press releases and updates from the sntv team


Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan speaks to SNTV about Joshua-Fury fight

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, recently told SNTV that the British capital is "ready" to host the world heavyweight unification bout between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury.


Sir Lewis Hamilton discusses what success off-track looks like

With the much-anticipated Formula 1 season almost upon us, we look back at our discussion with seven-time World Champion Sir Lewis Hamilton. He talks about what success off-track would look like at the end of the 2021 season. 


Safety first as Tokyo Olympic organisers prepare for start of torch relay

Tokyo 2020's President has stressed the importance of safety as organisers prepare for the torch relay due to begin in a month, 25th March. The Olympic flame will travel across Japan for 121 days and will connect 47 prefectures.


Brazil midfielder Fabinho speaks to SNTV

Brazil midfielder Fabinho spoke to SNTV about the 'The Reds' current season ambitions saying 'we have the opportunity to keep doing history'. The 27-year-old midfielder admitted United are title contenders but did not rule out the likes of Tottenham and Chelsea.

Arsene Wenger speaks to SNTV about the new European Super League

Arsene Wenger criticised the idea of a new European Super League in an interview with sntv last Friday, accusing club owners and investors of solely thinking in monetary terms.


F1's Daniel Ricciardo discusses the importance of good mental health

Ricciardo urged people to reach out for help or speak to someone; it is “not as daunting or overwhelming as it seems".


Reintroduction of live sport spectators in South Korea and England now in motion

sntv continues to bring you the latest news and reaction as the reintroduction of live sport spectators commences. 


CAS overturn Manchester City's ban from European competitions

sntv spoke to Manchester City fans who said they felt "vindicated" after the Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned the club's two-year ban.