Articles by Simon Tudhope



Ivanov Adjusting to Life in the Fast Lane

This weekend motorcycle racer Vladimir Ivanov will try to notch his first win on the Supersport World Championship in Assen, the Netherlands.

The Scramble to Put Together a Winner

It's been 14 years since the Russian national team last won the World Ice Hockey Championship, but with Moscow hosting this year's tournament there will never be a better time to end the drought.

Best Hockey Memories Aren't Always of Home

Seven years ago, St. Petersburg played host to the 2000 Ice Hockey World Championship.

O'Connor Adapting To Life in Moscow

Lokomotiv and Scotland stiker Gary O'Connor was a frustrated bystander as his side was held to a disappointing 0-0 draw with newly promoted Kuban on Sunday.

CSKA Faces Arsenal Test

CSKA Moscow hosts Arsenal Tuesday evening at the Lokomotiv stadium knowing that a win would leave it in a strong position to qualify for the UEFA Champions League knockout stages for the first time in the club's history.

National Team Has Renewed Hope

Hiddink gets his first taste of victory as Russia manager, and will be encouraged by his side's improved display.

Russia Favorite for Davis Cup Win

Home advantage, a heavy clay surface and, most importantly, a strong team have made Russia favorite to beat the United States in this weekend's Davis Cup semifinal at the Olimpiisky Sports Complex.