Posts Categorized: Sports

Practice Judo Safely with High Quality Judo Mats

Judo is a fantastic sport and modern martial art that has really exploded in popularity in recent years. It is now practised heavily up and down the country in various gyms and martial art centres, and it is essential that all of these places provide a fun and safe environment for people to learn. Due… Read more »

August 26, 2014
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The Best Viewing Options for Football Fans

Staying organized as a football fan can be quite challenging. Our busy schedules don’t always lend themselves to accessible viewing parties among friends. We often find ourselves pining for the pitch, instead anchored by work desks and other prior obligations. True football fans will do just about anything for the beautiful game. From calling in… Read more »

Isaiah Austin Drafted by Adam Silver

Even if you’re not an NBA fan and had no idea the annual draft took place out of Brooklyn last night, something rather remarkable happened that most people will want to cheer about. But before I get to that, let me introduce you to a guy who won’t play a single day in the NBA… Read more »

June 27, 2014
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Best Miami Heat Video Bombs

Well, the Mimi Heat might not be taking home the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy this year (go Spurs go), but they can still salvage an award for some of the best video bombs of the season.

June 18, 2014
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Join the World Cup Bandwagon

Why is it that many Americans don’t care about the World Cup? I’d wager the first issue is soccer is one sport we aren’t internationally dominant in. Name your sport – basketball, football, baseball – America is #1! – so on and so forth. Although the USA Soccer team is respectable, hell, borderline ‘quite good’,… Read more »

June 13, 2014
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10 Burning Questions on MLB 2014 Season Opening Day

It’s opening day for Major League Baseball! Time to grab an otherworldly sized hotdog loaded with condiments and slowly but steadily become too drunk to stand from the bleacher seats after one too many shitty domestic beers. With Opening Day poised to become a nationally recognized holiday, we have a few burning questions that are… Read more »

March 31, 2014
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