Sports Related Brain Injuries on the Rise in Children & Hockey Leads the Way

There is an increase in the number of incidents of brain damage diagnosed in the past few years. A report was released recently by a trusted institute sighting how sports related visits to the emergency rooms are on the rise. A sample of children between the ages of nine and seventeen was taken in a…

What are the top four NHL teams as of May, 2016

Pitching for the best team in NHL right now will depend on both defensive and offensive forces. At this point, all the teams have shown us their forces on both sides of the ice. Based on that, the four teams with higher chances of winning the cup would be the following. Washington The Capitals are…

New FIFA President marks first day with special games

Soccer (or football, as everywhere outside America calls it) is without question the most popular sport in the world. FIFA is a huge organization within the sport, with incredibly strong influence, (particularly where the World Cup is concerned). So when former FIFA President Sepp Blatter was banned…

Sports Illustrated names an award in Muhammad Ali’s honor

Muhammad Ali will always remain in the hearts and minds of his fans from all over the world. A professional boxer and a great personality, he continues to encourage young people to follow their dream no matter the obstacles. He was declared “Sportsman of the Century” and he won numerous…

How an American Soccer Introduced

The American soccer is a very renowned and reputed game all over the world. The game attracts the attention of many people across the globe. For any tournament of American soccer, people across the world wait with keenness to watch the match. Though the rules of the game are same in all the…

How to Improve Your Play as a Central Defender

The central defender is the heart of the defense in a college soccer team, and is charged with the organization of the defensive line, the offside trap and leading the team from behind. Here are some of the aspects of your game you need to focus on to improve your overall play: Organizing the…

David Wilson Pro Debut Triple Jump Short Of His Personal Best

A few elite players have been known to successfully complete a transformation from one sport to another and actually excel at the new sport and that is what David Wilson, a former National Football League player is looking at doing. David Wilson was well aware of the fact that he looked like an NFL…

The rise of Pro Wrestling

The thrill of watching a live wrestling match can never be put into words and you have to experience it on your own. The moves that they make on their opponents hurt. And each time it happens, just place a hand on your heart and you will feel alive. The penchant to experience high voltage action and…

Contemporary Boxing Is Where Contestants Hit Each Other Using Gloved Hands

A lot more than individual courage is evaluated in a boxing match. This is when two people meet to gauge each other's endurance, reflexes, speed, propensity to punch around, and, of course, will power. The goal is always to knock down the opponent without sustaining a lot of injuries. A boxing…

EA Sports Produces New Madden, 16 – A Few Superstars Gain Spotlight Of Cover

‘Madden 16’ has arrived, and there are a few superstars who have their face on the cover. This includes superstars like: Gronkowski, Beckham Jr., Patrick Peterson, and Antonio Brown. These players all have a distinct pose on the cover. These poses display the character feel of each…

Standing up Paddleboard

No shirt, no shoes, no waves? Don't worry about it. Stand-up oar boarding will stand you in great stead whether you're tackling a stream, a lake or an unruffled sea and it gives you a workout also. The present day Paddle board is taking into account the old surfboard ridden by old Hawaiian…

DeLisha Milton-Jones Re-signs With The Dream

DeLisha Milton-Jones, two-time All-Star forward, has resigned with the Atlanta Dream Milton-Jones, 40, was taken from New York last season. She only played in two games with Atlanta before an Achilles injury sidelined her. Her average was 5.6 points and 2.3 rebounds. This came in 21 games with the…

Ryan Lochte: The Superman of Swimming

Ryan Steven Lochte is a famous competitive swimmer from the United States. He was born in 1984. Lochte is not only Olympics and World Championships winner but also had a world record in long course freestyle relay in 4 X 200 meters. However, he specializes in the technique of backstroke along with…

LANCE ARMSTRONG ADMITS CARELESS DRIVING IN COLORADO HIT & RUN

Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to careless driving in last year’s incident which saw Lance side swipe two packed cars, authorities said on Wednesday. The incident which Lance’s girlfriend initially took blame for occurred last year in the Colorado Ski Resort of Aspen. According to…

2015 Formula 1 season

Formula 1 is one of the best sports ever! But also one of the hardest. Driving more that 200km/h more than 2 hours, is something what only specific people can do. But, I believe that Formula 1 was much better in the past. The teams had much bigger freedom for researching and improving their cars,…

CARMELO ANTHONY READY TO RECRUIT AT ALLSTAR WEEKEND

The all-star is here with us again and it is Carmelo’s party. Knick’s Carmelo Anthony is the only New York knicks player who was selected for this year’s Eastern Conference all-star team. Brooklyn Nets, a team which has players who are well paid could only manage to send Mason…

Anzhi young player shot head in Dagestan

The morning of 4th January came with terrible news in Russia’s North Caucasus, as Gasan Magomedov, a young player of the Russian football club Anzhi Makhachkala, was shot dead. How did this awful accident happen? It turns out that Gasan Magomedov was driving to his parents house when his…

Doping cover ups could result in death of elite sports: WADA vice-chairman

World Anti-Doping Authority (WADA) vice-chairman Arne Ljungqvist says that the credibility of elite sport is in danger of being lost altogether if it does not deal with a historic acceptance of doping in some quarters. Ljungqvist was speaking in the wake of a recent German TV documentary alleging…

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Lorie Kane inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame 

Lorie Kane, 51, was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame in March this year and the ceremony was held last Tuesday evening. The distinction comes after her 26th straight participation at the Canadian Open last week. Lorie started playing professionally in 1993 and joined the LPGA Tour in 1996.…

Jason Day Decides to Skip the Olympics this Year

Jason Day, one of the best and most successful golfers in the world, announced on Tuesday that he would not be taking part in the upcoming Olympics competition due to the outbreak of Zika virus in South America. This is the second golf star, after Rory McIlroy, to announce that he will not be taking…

What happened to Spieth at the Masters?

Some get to cry and others get to celebrate. But to Jordan Spieth, there is a lot to take in as he went horribly wrong at the Masters. He lost his chance of becoming the first back-to-back Masters winner since Tiger Woods in 2001 and 2002. Everything seemed glorious for him until something went…

Rio de Janeiro's new Olympic golf course

Golf enthusiasts have reason to celebrate this year’s Olympics in Rio; this will be the first time in 112 years that the sport has been included in the games. This should make for gripping television and new international promotional opportunities for golf. However, this has not all been a…

Jordan Spieth plays 7 tournaments in 7 countries

Jordan Spieth is a US professional golfer and ranks number one in the world. He won the 2015 Masters Tournament and $1.8 million in prize money. He is the second youngest golfer to win the Masters. He also won the 2015 U.S. Open, the 2015 Tour Championship, and the 2015 FedEx Cup. This year, 2016,…

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Sports Related Brain Injuries on the Rise in Children & Hockey Leads the Way

There is an increase in the number of incidents of brain damage diagnosed in the past few years. A report was released recently by a trusted institute sighting how sports related visits to the emergency rooms are on the rise. A sample of children between the ages of nine and seventeen was taken in a…

Two American and two Canadian entries for Women Golf at Rio

Golf is back to the Olympic Games for the first time since 1904. All competing countries have two women entries except the US which has three. Canadians Alena Sharp and Brooke Henderson will represent their country at the Rio Games. Sharp, ranked 81st by Rolex ranking turned professional in 2003,…

Alena Sharp’s career in women’s golf

Alena Sharp is a professional golfer. She originates from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and she began golfing at the age of 10. She joined the women’s golf team at the New Mexico State University. She became a professional player in 2003, when she played two seasons of the Future Tour along with…