Tim is currently a staff writer for The Daily Telegraph, and has also written for ESPN, The New York Times, The Economist and The New Statesman.
Tim writes on the business and politics of sports - including covering corruption extensively - sports globalisation, sports science, technology and analytics. His writing covers a wide range of sports, especially cricket and football. He has reported from events including the Cricket World Cup, Premier League football and Wimbledon.
Tim is a former winner of the CMJ Young Cricket Writer of the Year Award and a runner-up for the Ian Woodbridge Young Sports Writer of the Year Award. His first book, Second XI: Cricket In Its Outposts, was selected as one of The Guardian's sports books of the year for 2015.
He is also a former assistant comment editor of The Daily Telegraph and has also been a contributing writer for The New Statesman, where he was a regular leader writer. He previously had a weekly column for The i paper, focusing on sport off the field.
Tim read History & Politics at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2012.