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In the Media:
Journalist Max Williams goes fighting
BBC One Insight / Out
London 360 Community Channel
‘Brains & brawn on show as Chessboxing comes to Brighton. It’s a sport which combines the brains of chess and the brawn of boxing.’
SBS – Dateline
‘It’s an unlikely combination of chess and boxing. Dateline looks at the popularity of a game ending in either checkmate or knockout.’
National Geographic Channel
‘Could Chessboxing be the toughest sport in the world?
Get a sneak peek at tonight’s episode of Darren McMullen’s Outsiders.’
Could Chessboxing be the toughest sport in the world?Get a sneak peek at tonight's episode of Darren McMullen's OutsidersDon't miss it, tonight at 8.30pm http://natgeotv.com.au/tv/darren-mcmullens-outsiders/
Gepostet von National Geographic Australia am Montag, 10. Februar 2014
Rede Record de Televisão
The Brazilian television network came along to check out chessboxing training sessions and reporting from the Yellobric chessboxing event fundraiser held at the Chelsea Old Town Hall in London.
BBC Radio 4 – Saturday Live
‘BBC Radio 1 presenter Gemma Cairney goes chessboxing.’
‘Chessboxing: the ultimate test of mind and body.
The gloves are off (and on) as Alex Wade trades punches and chess moves in a sport that challenges mental and physical agility.’
‘Chessboxing: brain and brawn battle it out.
Rhik Samadder bravely takes on the strange world of chessboxing and ends up distinctly wobbly but exhilarated.’
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