Wingsuit flying is the one sport which can help humans fly in the air without the use of helicopters or jets. The experience is like a bird flying in the air which is so exhilarating for the human being that ... Continue reading
As a sports family weve tried it all. My oldest went through the gauntlet of backyard baseball, intramural soccer, and finally tennis in middle school. He doesnt do anymore sports, but he does play with a golf simulator on his ... Continue reading
Improve Your Drive - the Most Basic Basics Many golfers will tell you the drive is the most difficult part of the game to master. There are several reasons for this, and they land in both mental and physical aspects ... Continue reading
Tennis Greats: The Story of Arthur Ashe On the 6th of February 1993, the only African-American man to ever win the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open died of complications as a result of AIDS. He was only 49 ... Continue reading
All work and no play indeed makes jack a dull boy. What better way for a student to unwind than to engage in safe sports? With the winter season already at our doors, staying indoors is not the best way ... Continue reading
With the weather changing, and the first snows falling in many parts of the country, our attentions begin to turn to winter sports, particularly with the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang just two ski seasons away. Ski jackets are being dragged ... Continue reading
Sports writers play a crucial role when it comes to connecting fans with their favorite teams. Sports writers are expected to write an in-depth coverage on about teams and their performances. Besides journalistic writing about the game, reporters cover other ... Continue reading
In the highly competitive nature of sports today, a missed or non-call of what appeared to be a goal, or in the case of Diego Maradona's "Hand of God" goal - a missed hand ball; we have clearly demonstrated that the ... Continue reading
Photo By Keith Allison from Hanover, MD, USA - Klay Thompson, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=46776944 Feb 23rd will be the deadline of the NBA 2016-17 trade. That would be Thursday next year. That is long enough for some people to ... Continue reading
Have you heard about this thing called "finance"? A few months ago, we didn't know jack about the business world, but after signing up for Finimize the new daily finance email sophisticated enough for Wall Street but understandable for everyone else we're fully abreast of everything going on in the world of commerce. If you [...]
In a desperate attempt to inject some life into Pro Bowl week, an occasion that has been consistently duller than C-SPAN telecasts, the NFL revamped the annual skills competition. We were initially skeptical the event would produce anything resembling entertainment value, but some of the results actually held our interest. For instance, the Drone Drop, in [...]
Boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, who in his prime was such a lord of the ring that he had a stalker named Gollum, was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with a DUI after failing a field sobriety test. This is not Oscar's first run-in with the alcohol demon, as he checked into rehab in [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
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 [...]
Two more games remain in the 2016 NFL Season and the coaching carousel and firing squad has already ensued. The next batch of can't miss coordinators are on team's in desperate need of direction, short list. But before NFL teams can hire the guy they want for the job, a minority must first be 'interviewed'. [...]
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