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  • Siddharth Shankar V
    Published 14 days ago
    Basics of Cricket

    Basics of Cricket

    The global governing body for cricket is the International Cricket Council (ICC). Cricket is one of the world's most popular sports with an estimated 2.5 billion fans. The global governing body for cricket is the International Cricket Council (ICC). The ICC governs and administers the game and works with its 105 members to grow the sport. Cricket is a bat and ball sport that involves two competing sides of 11 players each.
  • NoSmokeBoxing
    Published 14 days ago
    WILDER THINKS HE’S WORKED FURY OUT AND ALSO THINKS HE CHEATED

    WILDER THINKS HE’S WORKED FURY OUT AND ALSO THINKS HE CHEATED

    After narrowly avoiding a loss in their first fight and suffering a sound beating the second time round, Wilder believes he has got Fury beaten in their trilogy fight. This claim however, comes not from Wilder’s camp, but Fury’s. Without giving any details about how, probably because he wasn’t given the details himself, Frank Warren said, “He feels that he can. I know speaking to Shelly Finkel, his manager, he’s very, very confident. He believes he’s got the beating of Tyson. That remains to be seen.”
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 14 days ago
    John Jay's Samantha Gisonni Opens a Hole in the Roof at Pace Basketball Tournament

    John Jay's Samantha Gisonni Opens a Hole in the Roof at Pace Basketball Tournament

    There's nothing like it in sports. The defense collapses around the ball, the court opens up, a pass or two puts the perimeter players on the run, and someone is left open at the top of the three-point arc. Then - oblivious to the laws of motion, gravity and planetary physics - you wait until the centripetal force in consideration nestles in the nylon and blows the roof off Madison Square Garden.
  • CB Media
    Published 15 days ago
    Football or Soccer? I Couldn’t Care Less...

    Football or Soccer? I Couldn’t Care Less...

    On Thursday, March 12th I was at university. The module was about coaching, taught practically. This really resembled a day-long PE/Gym lesson from my high school days. Except for this time I was both the teacher and the student. We played sport all day for two days. the focus was to learn about the fundamental principles of coaching and deliver two sessions ourselves while acting as players for the others in the group to coach. Little did I know that would be the last time I would kick a ball with someone else for 61 days. Within a week almost every sporting league in the world was put on hold. I was made redundant from two (later furloughed for one) jobs. A few days later the UK was placed on "lockdown".
  • Michael Ferger
    Published 15 days ago
    Bruno is 'Numero Uno' among the Rampant Reds

    Bruno is 'Numero Uno' among the Rampant Reds

    “Best player on the pitch by a long way”, were the words used to describe Bruno Fernandes against Brighton & Hove Albion by commentator Gary Neville. A convincing 3-0 away victory for the Red Devils put them back into fifth-place on the Premier League table. The orchestrator of Manchester United’s victory was unquestionably their talismanic Portuguese attacking midfielder, Bruno Fernandes, who scored two goals, ran the most kilometers before being subbed off and provided decisive passes into the opposition’s box throughout the encounter.
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 15 days ago
    Rugby Union: When Piennar made World Cup history

    Rugby Union: When Piennar made World Cup history

    Last week, on 24 June, it was the 25th anniversary of the 1995 Rugby World Cup final when Francois Piennar inspired a nation by leading South Africa to their first World Cup triumph on home soil, earning great praise for his leadership from South African president Nelson Mandela.