SPORTSBEAT - SUPPLYING PRESS AND ONLINE CLIENTS WITH 20,000 STORIES A YEAR FROM NEWSROOMS IN LONDON & MANCHESTER
Every year we tell thousands of stories.
Tales of triumph and despair.
Gold medals and 43rd places.
Five-goal thrillers and no score bore draws.
It's always someone else's headline.
But this. This is our story.
ON THE SCENE: You'll find our reporters on the scene at events around the world, from the Olympic Games to the UK School Games, from the Parks to Premiership
DON'T take our word it, this is what our editors say: "Sportsbeat's team of knowledgeable writers have provided sharp and incisive copy, to length and on deadline, from all over the world. A credible alternative to wire copy."
From newsrooms in London and Manchester, the agency distributes text, videos, camera ready pages and supplements to more than 200 newspapers and 150 websites across the UK and around the world.
We report football and rugby union from the Parks to the Premiership (producing 300 match reports a week during the season) and cover sport from the grass roots up - you'll find our reporters at the UK School Games, as well as the Olympic Games.
Editors trust our content and more and more brands are realising the power of the media we supply.
We work with sponsors to leverage their partnerships and provide news distribution and official press agency services to a number of leading events and national governing bodies, including UK Athletics, British Swimming, the England and Wales Cricket Board and the British Olympic Association.
We also provide content, in a number of languages, and run official websites for sports competitions and associations, including the Six Nations.
We're a team that works hard and, very occasionally, plays hard too. We love what we do and we love delivering our editors with top-quality content.
Here's some of our reporters in recent action - occasionally we've even had a go ourselves...with mixed results.
TOUGH JOB: Sportsbeat's Tom Reynolds gets up close and personal with some of the glamour girls from the Aviva GB&NI athletics team during a warm weather preparation camp in Portugal
SUN GETS ON YOUR LAPTOP: Any cover will do at the World Swimming Championship. At least Sportsbeat's James Toney kept his shirt on, unlike his colleague behind
HAVE A GO: Sportsbeat's Gerard Meagher tries his hand at short track speed skating ahead of the Vancouver Olympics and takes on the best in wheelchair basketball during an exhibition match at the BT Paralympic World Cup. Read his reports here and here.
ON THE SPOT: Sportsbeat's Ben Baker puts double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes through her paces (obviously in an interview rather than on the track) during the Aviva English Schools' Athletics Championships
DREAM TEAM: Sportsbeat's Matt Davis, James Toney and Daniel Schofield - part of our reporting team at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing
CRUNCH: Sportsbeat's Nick Clowes goes in strong during as a media team took on Britain's Paralympic cerebral palsy football squad in Manchester. Read his report here.
MAKING FRIENDS: Sportsbeat's David Jordan makes pals with some of his international colleagues during the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Doha
DREAM: Sportsbeat's Sam Green achieves his ambition of running out at Wembley - although he was told to keep off the grass
BIG SMILES: Sportsbeat's Tom Reynolds with British sprinter David Bolarinwa, a silver medallist at the the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore
BIG QUESTIONS: You write the caption as Sportsbeat's Craig Chisnall interviews the winner of the Unsung Hero prize at the BBC Sports Personality Awards
MEAN AND MOODY: Sportsbeat's Ryan Bangs is looking serious after interviewing bike legend Ron 'Rocket' Haslam, Sportsbeat provides extensive coverage of the British and World Superbike season to client titles and has been retained as the official press agency of the Isle of Man TT Races