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What can go wrong with the feet in cyclists?
By Craig Payne · 13 hours ago
Cycling is a popular activity for raising physical fitness, for transport and is also a competitive spectator sport. It is a widely used activity in society today. It has excellent advantages for society as well ...
Heartbreaking
By Larry Farmer · 2 weeks ago
Heartbreaking Many times defeat and loss are much stronger and longer lasting than even glorious victory. Victory is often fleeting, exhilarating in the present but soon a faded memory. Looking back on my favorite sports ...
An amateur's journey to becoming a World Snooker Tour pro
By Karanbir Singh · 1 week ago
Turning professional is the dream of many snooker players, but only a select few make it onto the World Snooker Tour. The journey from amateur to professional is not an easy one, and it takes ...
Do athletes need recovery footwear?
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Sports athletes workout at high intensity to reach their objectives, generally by enhancing the volume and level of their working out. However, what has become clearer in recent times is usually that relaxing and not ...
Santin too strong for Smooth Like Strait in Arlington Million
By Kellie Reilly · 2 weeks ago
Godolphin’s homebred Santin, who broke through with his first stakes win in the Turf Classic (G1) on Kentucky Derby Day, followed up over the same Churchill Downs course and distance in Saturday’s $1 million Arlington ...
Can you run a marathon barefoot?
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Abebe Bikila was an Ethiopian marathon runner who won the Rome Olympics marathon on 10 September 1960 running without athletic shoes. He became a eleventh hour inclusion to the squad and the coutries sponsor, Adidas, ...
Why Did Hungrybox Leave Super Smash Bros. Tournament?
By Kevin Girard · 1 month ago
Hungrybox was considered the top Melee player at Double Down 2022 Smash Bros. Tournament. However, drama ensured that resulted in the talented player leaving and abandoning the tournament. The day before the tournament took place, ...
From Hatred to Admiration
By Lihle Silwane · 1 month ago
Football as we all know is a sport filled with passion and sometimes emotions, as a staunch supporter of the game I have had my fair share of heartaches, jubilation, swearing and relentless criticism of ...
The Legacy of the New York Marathon
By Craig Payne · 2 months ago
The New York City Marathon is an annual marathon that courses through the five boroughs of New York City. This marathon is recognized as one of the USA’s premier sports events. It is the largest ...
Smart Mirror: Spending Time In the Right Place
By Rebecca Chen · 1 month ago
In addition to the gym, at home can also open up new ideas you want to deepen your workout. When working out at the gym have you ever considered whether the money you spend is ...
The Best Player Fordsville Never Had
By Larry Farmer · 3 months ago
The Best Player Fordsville Never Had Fordsville was never known as a basketball powerhouse. Every now and then it would have a decent team, but in the best of times it was rarely over .500. ...
The Legend of Carr Creek
By Larry Farmer · 3 months ago
The Legend of Carr Creek The Legend of Carr Creek does not refer, in my opinion, to the 1956 basketball team that won the Kentucky State Tournament; it refers to Morton Combs who was the ...
Greatest Basketball Game I Ever Witnessed
By Larry Farmer · 4 months ago
GREATEST BASKETBALL GAME I EVER WITNESSED The most memorable and exciting basketball game I have ever witnessed took place at the Owensboro Sportscenter on Friday, December 14, 1962. The contestants were Rexi Mundi (Evansville) and ...
Rupp and Race
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Rupp & Race A lot has been made over the years about the alleged racism of Adolph Rupp. The media has made a big to do over the issue for many decades. It has plagued ...
Way Too Early 2022-2023 College Basketball Top 25
By Joe Ditullio · 4 months ago
The 2021-2022 college basketball season has come to a close. Fans will be looking forward to next season, even if it is hard to forecast. Things will be even more up in the air this ...
Calipari Needs To Go
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Calipari Needs To Go Editor’s note: This article was written in March, 2021 The time has come for Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari to go. I don’t say this based on his ability as a ...
Joe B. Hall, RIP
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Joe B. Hall (RIP) In many ways Joe B. Hall was the Rodney Dangerfield of college basketball. During his reign at Kentucky, there was an often repeated joke: “What do you get when you cross ...
Becoming A Professional Esports Player: The Essential Steps
By Louis · 8 months ago
Esports is an industry that has seen massive growth over the last few years, with hundreds of millions of dollars being generated annually. So what's stopping you from joining in on this lucrative venture? Becoming ...
Rising Freshman Brings Hype
By Donavan Adams · 8 months ago
Rising Florida Freshman While it's presumed that freshman cornerback Jaleel Browning will take the Gators defensive unit by storm this season, don't sleep on hard working kid . Browning, the little elm alum joined the ...
Cyprus National Team: The «swan» they left… ugly duckling
By Harris Miltiadous · 9 months ago
Cyprus National Team: The «swan» they left… ugly duckling The greatest failure of people is the condescension and the acceptance of situations that seem unchanged, often based on mistakes of the past which lead us ...