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Claire Bloomfield

Multi-Platform Sports Journalist, Producer & Editor

Location icon United Kingdom

Claire Bloomfield is an experienced sports journalist for broadcast, digital and print media and is renowned for interviewing some of the biggest names in world sport. Claire's work has featured in the likes of The New York Times, Sky Sports, The Guardian, FIFA World, Reuters, AFP, BT Sport and several magazines around the world...

Daily Mail
I was just proud to call the Wizard of Dribble Pops

The young girl gripped her dad's hand tightly as they strolled along Blackpool's promenade, enjoying a sunny Sunday morning. He was wearing a hat and sunglasses and walked with his head held low, but it didn't stop almost everyone they passed from staring and nudging one another.

Scandinavian Traveler
Escape to victory

As a girl, Nadia Nadim could only play soccer inside the walls of her garden. But when her father was brutally executed by the Taliban, she escaped Afghanistan and began a journey that would take her to the top of women’s soccer.

Mail On Sunday
Cahill hopes he can pick up another winners' medal with Chelsea

Gary Cahill has won Champions League and Europa League with Chelsea The defender has also landed the FA Cup and Capital One Cup with Blues England vice-captain could complete set with Premier League title The ladies who lunch at the Ascot Bar of the Pennyhill Park Hotel were oblivious that one of the most decorated English footballers had just strolled in.

Forever Sports Magazine
Hector Selector

FIFA’s fastest man doesn’t even play it. Bellerín, 22, is too busy trying to restore football’s rep at Fashion Week...

I'm leading a united dressing room, says Leicester's Ranieri

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri said on Tuesday he was not unsettled by speculation about his future as the Premier League champions slip towards the relegation zone. Leicester have struggled to find the form that defied all odds and propelled them to the title last season, but the Italian said he was still leading a united dressing room...

The Sun
Amir Khan targets Kell Brook in comeback bout after undergoing career-saving op

Amir Khan has revealed he's hungry to return to the ring after a career-saving hand operation and still has his sights set on selling out Wembley Stadium for a showdown with rival Kell Brook. Speaking exclusively to SunSport, former world champion Khan, who turns 30 next month, admits he feared the operation in case complications resulted in him never being able to punch again.

Scandinavian Traveler
The growing allure of adventure travel

The newest vacations take their cue not only from the fitness movement – hiking and biking in distant locales, for instance – but from social media, too. Explore 12 pages (52-64) of adventure travel reports, guides to savvy gadgets for outdoor enthusiasts and interviews.