Explosive judo on Day 1 of Zagreb Grand Prix, Spain's Alberto Gaitero Martin is our Man of the Day and Canada's Jessica Klimkait our Woman of the Day
A young Croat has broken the Guinness World Record for pushing a car the furthest in 24 hours.
The final day of the Zagreb Grand Prix produced a sensational day of thrilling judo. Georgia's Guram Tushishvili won his second Grand Prix gold medal this year with a mesmerising display and has now set his sights on capturing his first world title in Baku in September.
Arena Zagreb hosted Day Two of Croatia's annual Judo Grand Prix, where Kosovo's Akil Gjakova was head and shoulders above the competition. He won his second World Judo tour gold of what is turning into a fantastic year for the Kosovar Judoka, showing how strong his nation's judo team is becoming.
Teenage sensation Daria Bilodid extended her winning-streak to 25 contests to wrap up her sixth win in nine months.
The team lost 4-2 to France but it was Croatia's best-ever world cup result.
A handy round up of new things to do, taste, see and experience this summer in Croatia.
It was big Ted’s day on the final outing of the Zagreb Grand Prix and and the Frenchman Teddy Riner was worth his weight in gold The nine-time world champion and double Olympic champion thrilled the c
Day Two of the Judo Grand Prix in Zagreb, Croatia, and with most Olympic stars taking a well-earned break or others being at the wrong stage of their preparations, it was an all-new set of judoka carr
Croatia votes this weekend in an early general election – the second in less than a year as the EU’s newest country grapples with a political crisis that has revived divisions from the 1990s Balkan…
Starting with the women’s under -78 kg final it was Anamari Velensek of Slovenia who won gold. She added to her country’s medal haul by defeating
Olympic champion Lasha Shavdatuashvili achieved a career first as he won Grand Prix gold for the first time and finally looked at home in the -73kg
It was an eventful opening day of the Zagreb Judo Grand Prix with five medals up for grabs. It was an all Turkish affair in the Women’s -48kg class
Croatia has elected its first woman president. The conservative opposition challenger Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic won by the narrowest of margins of
Welcome to the first Gravity of 2015 our weekly sports magazine dedicated to winter sports. There was just the one event this Sunday the Women’s