Daniel Gallan is a Johannesburg-born freelance journalist living in London, UK. He is constantly searching for the intersecting lines between sport and politics, to show that the games we play reflect who we are as a society.
Test cricket is broken because India, England and Australia, who dominate the format, eat alone at the main table while other Test-playing nations compete for crumbs. Can the World Test Championship change this?
The former Springbok who received most of the backlash following South Africa’s heaviest defeat contemplated quitting the sport afterwards. He explains how he got over the period to become a sensation in France.