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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Icon The Sports Archives - Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Icon

Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Icon I want to be somebody. Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in Austria in 1947 to a Nazi police officer and his mild-tempered wife. Arnolds father showed blatant and strong favoritism towards his older brother because of the ... Continue reading

05/20/2017 10:58:06 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Michael Jordan: Dusting Yourself Off The Sports Archives - Michael Jordan: Dusting Yourself Off

Michael Jordan: Dusting Yourself Off Ive failed over and over and over again I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. ... Continue reading

05/13/2017 04:56:02 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - What To Know Before You Buy A Fishing Boat The Sports Archives - What To Know Before You Buy A Fishing Boat

Written by: Quintin Bentley Crevling Imagine yourself floating on the open ocean rocking back and forth with a cold drink in one hand and your fishing reel in the other. There are few things in life more peaceful than these ... Continue reading

05/10/2017 02:26:34 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - The Story of Wilma Rudolph The Sports Archives - The Story of Wilma Rudolph

Run Wilma! Run! An inspiring story about overcoming adversity. Wilma Rudolph was born in 1940 in Bethlehem, Tennessee, the second youngest of 22 siblings from her fathers two marriages. She was premature at just 4.5 pounds. She also born to ... Continue reading

05/06/2017 04:06:01 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Top 8 Emerging Football Players Of 2017 The Sports Archives - Top 8 Emerging Football Players Of 2017

Football or soccer is a fantastic sport because there is always fresh talent around. The game stays fresh and exciting because the talent keeps renewing and reinventing what is possible. If ... Continue reading

04/24/2017 6:20:46 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Five Canadian Teams Have Returned To The NHL Playoffs, and Thats a Good Thing! The Sports Archives - Five Canadian Teams Have Returned To The NHL Playoffs, and Thats a Good Thing!

Years from now, when the wounds are somewhat healed and the sting is less potent, fans will speak of the time in Spring of 2016 when not one of the seven Canadian hockey teams made the playoffs. Arenas were empty, ... Continue reading

04/22/2017 06:40:46 AM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Boxing Legends: Sugar Ray Leonard The Sports Archives - Boxing Legends: Sugar Ray Leonard

From 1977 to 1997, Sugar Ray Leonard competed in the boxing ring against some of the most fearsome and well-respected fighters in the world. And he managed to beat almost all of them. Sugar Ray Leonard is rightly regarded as ... Continue reading

04/15/2017 03:57:10 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - By Any Other Name: Pete Rose The Sports Archives - By Any Other Name: Pete Rose

One of the few men in baseball to enjoy success as both a player and a manager, Pete Rose is one of the most famous names in Cincinnati baseball history. Rose played for the Cincinnati Reds from 1963 to 1978, ... Continue reading

03/25/2017 04:41:16 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - Gymnastics Greats: Mary Lou Retton The Sports Archives - Gymnastics Greats: Mary Lou Retton

The first American to win the all-round gymnastics medal at the Olympics, along with being one of the greatest gymnasts the country has ever produced, Mary Lou Retton will always have a special place in sports history. The 1984 Summer ... Continue reading

03/18/2017 05:09:18 PM
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The Sports Archives Blog - The Sports Archives - 5 Must Have Tools For Rock Climbing The Sports Archives - 5 Must Have Tools For Rock Climbing

On the off-chance that you've never rock climbed, in many cases the obstruction of the section has no clue where to end and start. In case you're confident you need to get into rock climbing, and you will need a ... Continue reading

03/11/2017 03:48:44 PM
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The Lead Sports - The 10 Best Handles In NBA History The 10 Best Handles In NBA History

With point guards for the Cavs and Warriors leading the way, we're entering a golden age of ball-handling rivaled only by the Army doctors at Fort Bragg when they have to give rapid-fire physicals. The AND1 era has produced some incredible dribblers, but we haven't forgotten about the old school guys here are the [...]

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05/31/2017 02:29:34 AM
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The Lead Sports - Ranking Brian Cashman's 10 Best Draft Picks and International Signings Ranking Brian Cashman's 10 Best Draft Picks and International Signings

The Yankees are famous for making big trades and big splashes in free agency. But since Brian Cashman became GM in 1998 a few players have come up through the system who turned out to have a major impact. Here are ten of the best. Note: Signings of young international players count, but established players [...]

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05/31/2017 01:36:54 AM
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The Lead Sports - 10 Predictions for the NBA Offseason 10 Predictions for the NBA Offseason

While you wallow in sadness as the NBA season comes to an end, remember this: the offseason is jam-packed with twists that would make M. Night Shyamalan jealous. When all is said and done, the NBA offseason is just like your favorite soap opera, only with real people. Here are ten fearless predictions for the next three [...]

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Slapshot Old Time Hockey - The Hockey Sweater Logo. The Hockey Sweater Logo.

My love of hockey started many moons ago, I suppose my brother David is to blame, he used to take me to watch football first and Sunderland were our team, after the game we headed back into town to the leisure centre and watch some Ice-hockey.
The home team were the Crowtree Chiefs and one of my first games were against the Billingham Bombers it was a local derby and quite a feisty game I remember. Although I seemed to enjoy watching the Chiefs I definitely saw a big difference in quality when we visited our other local team the Durham Wasps (O`Conner, Brebant, Smith`s, Crapper etc....).
                    The best matchups had to be against the Whitley Warriors many a time we went to see a fight and a hockey game broke out. These were memorable times and i loved travelling around the country visiting other rinks. But my love for the game cranked up a gear when Channel 5 started televising live NHL games. I was in total awe of what I was seeing, so began my fascination for this breath taking sport. I had to find out more about all of the different uniforms, logos and nicknames.
                     I have read masses of books and magazines and will not be getting involved in where it began or who started this game. I am interested in the hockey logo and what it represents to the fans that follow it, hence the blog. I wanted to show people the interesting logos and try to find out about other ones that could end up lost through time.
Hopefully with my readers help I can gather enough information to fill a book perhaps. I know through my research their are some great works out their already ( SIHR Sweater museum, and logo database). I want to find out about the grass roots of hockey the amateur leagues [...]

11/26/2016 07:36:00 AM
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Slapshot Old Time Hockey - The MELVILLE The MELVILLE " MILLIONAIRES" hockey club.

 Why the MILLIONAIRES?.
Melville was named after Charles Melville Hays the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway general manager who drowned in the sinking of the Titanic back in 1912. The STORY has it that Charles had gathered together a group of potential investors who were all millionaires and interested in helping the growth of the Township. Melville became a City in 1960.
The TRUTH has it that in 1914/15 local hockey pioneer Goldie Smith put together a senior team that won the coveted Allan Cup, the Championship of Canadian Senior Hockey, then a challenge trophy monopolized by the likes of Winnipeg, Ottawa and the Eastern Universities. Grumblings ensued that Melville must be some town of Millionaires to be able to lure players of such calibre. Goldie Smiths thinking was Hey
if thats what they think let them think it. [...]

11/21/2016 08:28:00 AM
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Eat Drink Sleep Sportz - #BillSnyder :The Greatest where it counted most #SnyderStrong #EMAW #BillSnyder :The Greatest where it counted most #SnyderStrong #EMAW

When we define greatness we often refer to records, banners, and rings.Based solely on these standards of greatness Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder would not warrant mentioning. Unlike past greats Bobby Bowden, Joe Paterno, Tom Osborne and Paul Bryant or recent greats Pete Carroll, Nick Saban and Urban Meyer there are no national championship banners hanging in the rafters [...]

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Eat Drink Sleep Sportz - #JoeMixon the #MichaelPhelps of #CFB American Hypocrisy at its best #JoeMixon the #MichaelPhelps of #CFB American Hypocrisy at its best

Michael Phelps, the undisputed greatest swimmer of all time graced the cover of Sports Illustrated for the twelfth and possibly final time. Although his athletic prowess is unquestioned, his antics outside of the pool has also been well chronicled as well. But for some reason the possession of illegal drugs, alcohol abuse and his arrest [...]

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