The News Desk
National press agency Sportsbeat is providing a range of media and press support services to clients during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Sportsbeat's seven-strong team in Glasgow will be fronted by sports editor Ryan Bangs, with the reporters led by managing editor James Toney, who is covering his fifth Commonwealth Games.
Sportsbeat will provide extensive coverage of Wimbledon 2014 across a network of newspaper and online clients.
From qualifying to the main draw, focusing on the big names - Andy Murray, Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams and Laura Robson - the rising British star and the juniors, we'll be at Roehampton and the All England Club to report all the action.
On Sunday thousands of communities across the UK took the chance to come together, share a bite to eat, and get to know their neighbours a little bit better as part of the 2014 Big Lunch.
And it was no different at Sportsbeat, with staff downing tools for an hour last week to break bread and build new friendships.
It wasn't quite Super Saturday but in the space of just a week Team Sportsbeat have been collecting the silverware on the sports pitch.
First, the Sportsbeat-sponsored London Acers won women's basketball's Surrey Cup after finishing runners-up in the league.
We are looking for an experienced sports reporter to join the ever-growing ranks of award-winning national press agency Sportsbeat based in our London office in Wimbledon.
We are primarily looking for a reporter with an encyclopedic knowledge of rugby union, particularly the English Premiership and Celtic League (the National League system would be a bonus) but ideally who also has an interest…
Sportsbeat's coverage of the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics broke new records - doubling the number of readers our service reached in 2010.
During Games time of the Olympics, we supplied over 400 individual stories, which were published by 71 different newspapers.