Lizzie Velasquez was once cruelly called the 'World's Ugliest Woman' but now she's starting an inspirational tour to spread a positive message against bullying. Lizzie is just four stone and has almost zero per cent body fat but her appearance is due to a genetic condition called Neonatal Progeroid Syndrome which causes premature ageing and decreased fat under the skin. In her talks, Lizzie tells the story of how she discovered a video of herself on You Tube at the age of 15 which had been cruelly labelled 'The Most Ugly Woman in the World'. Amazingly instead of causing her to hide away, it became the defining moment which helped Lizzie become a speaker to help other bullying victims. Now, she is setting off on a tour to give talks to teenagers and adults across America and reveals her next ambition is to set up an anti-bullying business. "I want to create an anti-bullying company something to help kids and adults and teenagers," she said.
James Haskell video blog: Staring down the barrel with London Wasps
In the first of new series of behind-the-scenes features, England back row James Haskell and his London Wasps teammates have a blast at EJ Churchill's shooting grounds in High Wycombe. Joining MSN Sport columnist Haskell were Christian Wade, Thomas Rhys Thomas, Ashley Johnson, and Tom Lindsay.
MSN Sports' Rob Jones takes a tour of the Emirates.
Get behind the scenes at one of Europe's most recognised football clubs with the new interactive Arsenal Stadium Tour. Find out more at www.arsenal.com/tours
MSN Sport's Rob Jones talks to Jeff Stelling about his season predictions. Jeff Stelling was speaking on behalf of the free to play Sky Sports Soccer Saturday Super 6 game. Correctly predict six scores for this Saturday’s fixtures for the chance to win the weekly £100,000 jackpot.
Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling talks about his favourite Gillette Soccer Saturday moments and reveals his ultimate punditry team.
Jeff Stelling was speaking on behalf of the free to play Sky Sports Soccer Saturday Super 6 game. Correctly predict six scores for this Saturday’s fixtures for the chance to win the weekly £100,000 jackpot.