Sports

Long Games and Unknown Names: Why Don’t Europeans Watch Football?

Michael Jones

The United States is one of only 35 countries where soccer is not the most popular sport. Other ...

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A Brief History of Female Bodybuilding and the Obstacles It Has Faced

John Poe

Female bodybuilding is something that started out in strong vaudeville woman acts in circus freak ...

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Played on the Ice or On the Field, Hockey is For Everyone

Summer Kingsland

Ice and field hockey, though they share a name, are very different sports, at least to an extent. ...

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What is Savate? All You Need To Know About French Kickboxing

Sarah Jones

French kickboxing is an incredible sport to watch and play. Unlike English boxing, the gentlemen ...

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Superstar Athlete Simone Biles is Officially the World’s Most Decorated Gymnast

Summer Kingsland

Thanks to her 25th medal win, Simone Biles is now considered to be the best gymnast of all time. ...

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A Retrospect of the Life, Career, and Philanthropy of Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant

Summer Kingsland

Sports are something that many people turn to in times of pain and challenges. But there are times ...

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The Golden State Warriors, Their New Home and the Controversy Behind It

Sarah Jones

The Golden State Warriors are the pride of California. Three time championship victors in the last ...

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Check out 8 of the Top NBA Players’ Cribs

John Poe

It's well known that top athletes rake in some serious cash, but exactly how much do the best NBA ...

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In Honor of the European Championship, Let’s Learn About Handball and the Semi-Finalists

Summer Kingsland

The European Men’s Handball Championship is halfway through, so this is a great time to understand ...

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Muggsy Bogues on Life as an Exception to the NBA and to the World of Sports

Steve Becker

Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues is best known for being the shortest player that the NBA has ever seen, but ...

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What Are the Strongest Muscles in the Human Body? The Answer May Surprise You

John Poe

We’re so attached to building up the perfect body. Societal pressures tell us that we absolutely ...

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Who is Responsible for the Ravens’ Thriving Success this Season?

Summer Kingsland

Lamar Jackson is currently leading the Baltimore Ravens to such a slew of victories that the team ...

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Tips and Tricks to Managing Your Hydration Levels During Your Favorite Workouts

Steve Becker

Imagine the scene. You’ve just finished that last set of Romanian deadlifts at the gym when you ...

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An Introduction to the Olympic Sport of Curling: When, Where, How?

Summer Kingsland

Curling is probably the most underestimated of all the Olympic sports, and in all honesty, the most ...

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An Introduction to Sumo Wrestling: Rules, Regimen, Rigor

Sarah Jones

Sumo wrestling has been an institution that started in Japan during the Edo period as a form of ...

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The Strangest Sports That Are No Longer in the Olympics

Sarah Jones

As many exciting sports as there are in the Olympics, there used to be many more, and some of them ...

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Sports Tourism: How to Stay in Shape Even When You Go Abroad

John Poe

Sure, it’s great fun to take a vacation, especially with loved ones. But what if you could combine ...

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The Medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics to be Made From Recycled Metals and Why it’s a Great Idea

John Poe

The Olympics being just around the corner, we’re all very excited about who’s coming, how big each ...

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Great Ways to Enjoy Autumn’s Rainy Sundays: The Very Best Sports Reads

Michael Jones

We all love jumping in in pickup games or even throwing a ball around the yard with our kids. But ...

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The Short Lived History of a Little Known Sports Museum in a Big City

Michael Jones

The Sports Museum of America is a sad story of an institution. Though it was only open a short ...

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Tokyo 2020 Paralympics and Why You Should Watch Wheelchair Rugby

Michael Jones

Everyone gets very excited about the Summer Olympics, especially this year because of all the new ...

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Sports Fan? Visit These Unique Athletic Landmarks During Your Travels

Sarah Jones

The world is full of unusual sights if you’re a sports fan. Sure, you’ve had a chance to ...

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The Best Baseball Apps For When You Can’t Watch the Game

Michael Jones

We checked out many of the baseball apps out there and selected the best ones for you to enjoy ...

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A Brief History of the Five Greatest NASCAR Race Tracks

John Poe

NASCAR has some truly amazing venues and tracks all over the United States. We’ve selected some of ...

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Why Parkour Won’t Be Featured at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Sarah Jones

Parkour: l’Art du Déplacement has gone from being an underground sport at the start of the ...

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The Colorful History of Samoans and Polynesians in Football

Michael Jones

Samoans have dominated the NFL over the course of the last few decades. It is to the extent that, ...

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The History and Highlights of the Baseball Hall of Fame

Steve Becker

About the Museum There is no definitive answer to who invented baseball, but the Hall of Fame in ...

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Kurt Busch and Jimmy Spencer, a Rivalry to be Remembered and Where They Are Now

John Poe

At the start of the naughties, few NASCAR drivers were more notorious than Jimmy Spencer and Kurt ...

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Make that Money: How Olympian Athletes Finance Their Lifestyles

Sarah Jones

Olympians don’t get paid to participate in the games, so how do they make rent? We decided to ...

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What to Expect from Skateboarding in Tokyo 2020

Steve Becker

Skateboarding has come a long way since “Dogtown Z-Boys” came out in the early naughties. Today, ...

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