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  • DE Brown
    Published about 4 hours ago
    UK Sports Betting Guide

    UK Sports Betting Guide

    The UK boasts a competitive and flourishing sports betting industry that shows little sign of abating, demonstrated by recent data published on Statista. A myriad of websites, providers and online bookies offer their services across a wide range of platforms, meaning UK sports fans are truly spoilt for choice when considering where to place a bet. Whether you enjoy an occasional flutter, or regularly relish putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to your sporting knowledge, read on below to find out more about UK sports betting.
  • NDM
    Published about 5 hours ago
    REVIEW Week 11 #MoorePicks

    REVIEW Week 11 #MoorePicks

    What’s up, guys! It was a good week of games, a couple expected outcomes and plenty of surprises, and in terms of my predictions I had a rough time of it. But without further ado, let’s get into the review.
  • Mis Educated
    Published about 8 hours ago
    The Fighters Journey

    The Fighters Journey

    Tell me something. What makes a woman want to get the shit beaten out of her, and then come back and do it again huh?” The man in the fedora hat was speaking to the man they called Black Irish
  • Mariah Cruise
    Published a day ago
    Antifragility and Complexity in Track and Field Coaching

    Antifragility and Complexity in Track and Field Coaching

    First off, to understand this concept we have to understand what antifragility and complexity are. Let’s start with antifragility. Antifragility is not robustness as often thought, but rather the process of becoming less fragile through trials and hardship. This can take the form of an economic downturn for a business or exercise in the body. In short, antifragility means that a thing is broken down so it can be built up stronger and less fragile (antifragility).
  • Latoya B.
    Published a day ago
    Thank you, Taker

    Thank you, Taker

    I didn't become a full-fledged fan of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment until roughly the early to mid-90s when World Wrestling Entertainment was still known as World Wrestling Federation. During that time, guys like Hulk Hogan sought the spotlight in other promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling and WWF was going through what they called the "New Generation" Era, which put a lot of emphasis on stars like "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels, Bret "Hitman" Hart and others who are now in the WWE Hall of Fame. One name that will surely follow them, and has remained a constant in one form or another for the last 30 years, was The Undertaker.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 3 days ago
    Bobcats win 46-45 Thriller to Take Section One Title

    Bobcats win 46-45 Thriller to Take Section One Title

    Last year when Byram Hills found themselves in the Section Finals, the Bobcats almost had one foot out the door before stepping on the floor. They were blown out 75-41 against heavily favored Spring Valley. Last night, though, the matchup was a tossup, and when Rob McWilliams’ halfcourt heave at the buzzer thudded off the glass for Tappan Zee, the slim margin of error favored the Bobcats. Thus, they are the Section One, Class Champs and leave a memory for Byram Hills that may never come down.
Staff Picks
  • Sean S
    Published 3 months ago
    So College Football...what's next?

    So College Football...what's next?

    With the Big Ten & Pac-12 cancelling Fall Sports and my Sooners having 9 New Positive Tests Yesterday the future of the 2020 College Football Season has never been more bleak. Trevor Lawrence, arguably the sports biggest current star, made the last ditch plea to the Power 5 before the Big Ten & Pac-12 voted with this post:
  • Steve Harrison
    Published 4 months ago
    Athletics: When barefoot Bikila became a global sensation

    Athletics: When barefoot Bikila became a global sensation

    I know my father was a decent rugby player and an accomplished boxer during his national service, but I’m not really sure where his reverence for the world’s greatest distance runners emanated from.
  • The Sports Reverends
    Published 5 months ago
    The Sports Reverends

    The Sports Reverends

    The Sports Reverends talk about breaking sports news and topics! We are no experts, but we are passionate about sports! We love to talk and debate about sports and different hot takes!
  • Michael Ferger
    Published 6 months ago
    Without fans, it just isn't the same

    Without fans, it just isn't the same

    It seems like a lifetime ago that we were allowed to hop onto aeroplanes and fly to cities that would show us a little additional piece of the world puzzle. It was a regular occurrence for me to travel all over the United Kingdom and various other locations in Europe because of the work that I do. I work in the sport television industry and the last destination that I got to enjoy visiting was the magnificent Rome. Thus my flashback encompasses the sad truth that we cannot gather together at sporting events anymore, something I most certainly will never take for granted again.
  • Mikhaela Danielle
    Published 6 months ago
    The Flower That Will Flourish Forever | In Memoriam of Hana Kimura

    The Flower That Will Flourish Forever | In Memoriam of Hana Kimura

    It's been a day since I found out about the death of Hana Kimura. Some people may know her as the reality tv star from Terrace House but to me and many others, she was a talented pro-wrestler who had a big future ahead of her. She was undoubtedly one of my favorite wrestlers not just in Stardom, but in the whole pro-wrestling industry in general. The news of her passing and taking her own life has gutted me and made it difficult to breathe. Up until now, I am still in disbelief and cannot seem to wrap my head around the fact that she is gone.
  • Gurjus Singh
    Published 8 months ago
    Best games to watch on the Youtube during NBA hiatus

    Best games to watch on the Youtube during NBA hiatus

    It has been a good 2 weeks since the NBA season had been suspended. Fans like myself have gone through basketball withdrawal as we wait for the NBA season to resume. So in order to fill time, NBA readers have come to the right place, as here are a list of the best games to watch during the hiatus!
Featured Collections
Baseball
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 8 days ago
    Tips to Stay Safe and Healthy When Attending a Baseball Game

    Tips to Stay Safe and Healthy When Attending a Baseball Game

    Attending baseball games is something many people enjoy during the summer months. However, while you “root, root, root, for the home team,” you need to ensure you keep your own health and safety in mind.
  • Michael Lust Productions
    Published 8 days ago
    The Longshot -  Part 1

    The Longshot - Part 1

    We begin in the clubhouse of the Wenatchee Tigers baseball team. A team who has finished in last place 8 season in a row and 20 losing seasons. Inside the room are four men are whom are seated around the table; Team Manager Stevie Ray, Public Relations Manager Jim Dank, Operations Director Ben Johnson, and Director of Player Personnel Mark Hastings. They are waiting for the new Owner Michael Lust to arrive for the team meeting.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 3 months ago
    5 Basics to Launch Your Baseball Career

    5 Basics to Launch Your Baseball Career

    The game of baseball as we know it has been played in the United States for more than 150 years. It's played by boys and girls in backyards and sandlots. It's played by grown men and women on pristine grass diamonds and in stadiums large enough to hold the entire population of many cities. All you need is a ball, bat and mitt, and you're ready to take the field. Let's examine the basics to discover why baseball has been called America's National Pastime.
Basketball
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 3 days ago
    Bobcats win 46-45 Thriller to Take Section One Title

    Bobcats win 46-45 Thriller to Take Section One Title

    Last year when Byram Hills found themselves in the Section Finals, the Bobcats almost had one foot out the door before stepping on the floor. They were blown out 75-41 against heavily favored Spring Valley. Last night, though, the matchup was a tossup, and when Rob McWilliams’ halfcourt heave at the buzzer thudded off the glass for Tappan Zee, the slim margin of error favored the Bobcats. Thus, they are the Section One, Class Champs and leave a memory for Byram Hills that may never come down.
  • Winners Only
    Published 6 days ago
    Part II: Who We Checkin'?

    Part II: Who We Checkin'?

    Welcome to our series, "Who We Checkin'?" This is where we feature women's college basketball players that we think may be on to bigger things during the 2020-21 season.
  • Winners Only
    Published 8 days ago
    Who We Checkin'?

    Who We Checkin'?

    Welcome to our new series, "Who We Checkin'?" This is where we feature women's college basketball players that we think may be on to bigger things during the 2020-21 season.
Culture
  • DE Brown
    Published about 4 hours ago
    UK Sports Betting Guide

    UK Sports Betting Guide

    The UK boasts a competitive and flourishing sports betting industry that shows little sign of abating, demonstrated by recent data published on Statista. A myriad of websites, providers and online bookies offer their services across a wide range of platforms, meaning UK sports fans are truly spoilt for choice when considering where to place a bet. Whether you enjoy an occasional flutter, or regularly relish putting your money where your mouth is when it comes to your sporting knowledge, read on below to find out more about UK sports betting.
  • Mariah Cruise
    Published a day ago
    Antifragility and Complexity in Track and Field Coaching

    Antifragility and Complexity in Track and Field Coaching

    First off, to understand this concept we have to understand what antifragility and complexity are. Let’s start with antifragility. Antifragility is not robustness as often thought, but rather the process of becoming less fragile through trials and hardship. This can take the form of an economic downturn for a business or exercise in the body. In short, antifragility means that a thing is broken down so it can be built up stronger and less fragile (antifragility).
  • Latoya B.
    Published a day ago
    Thank you, Taker

    Thank you, Taker

    I didn't become a full-fledged fan of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment until roughly the early to mid-90s when World Wrestling Entertainment was still known as World Wrestling Federation. During that time, guys like Hulk Hogan sought the spotlight in other promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling and World Championship Wrestling and WWF was going through what they called the "New Generation" Era, which put a lot of emphasis on stars like "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Michaels, Bret "Hitman" Hart and others who are now in the WWE Hall of Fame. One name that will surely follow them, and has remained a constant in one form or another for the last 30 years, was The Undertaker.
Fighting
  • Mis Educated
    Published about 8 hours ago
    The Fighters Journey

    The Fighters Journey

    Tell me something. What makes a woman want to get the shit beaten out of her, and then come back and do it again huh?” The man in the fedora hat was speaking to the man they called Black Irish
  • Kassondra O'Hara
    Published 4 days ago
    The French Angel

    The French Angel

    It’s 1940 in Boston, MA and stepping into the ring for the night’s main event was a wrestler that appeared to be more ogre than man. He is introduced as “The French Angel”. Spectators were baffled as there was nothing “angelic” about him. After winning his first fight with only two pinfalls, it was evident that Maurice Tillet, aka The French Angel, was on his way to stardom.
  • Len Davies
    Published 6 days ago
    The birth of RQW

    The birth of RQW

    My contract with Discovery Channel to reversion their TV programmes for the UK market was going strong and increasing in content. The increased income allowed me to focus on Real Quality Wrestling and do my best to start it as an organisation that could help British Wrestling. Here's the story as told in my biography "Do or do not".
Football
  • NDM
    Published about 5 hours ago
    REVIEW Week 11 #MoorePicks

    REVIEW Week 11 #MoorePicks

    What’s up, guys! It was a good week of games, a couple expected outcomes and plenty of surprises, and in terms of my predictions I had a rough time of it. But without further ado, let’s get into the review.
  • NDM
    Published 5 days ago
    MoorePicks Week 11

    MoorePicks Week 11

    It’s week 11. The season is moving so fast and 2020’s moving like a turtle in molasses. I’m not sure how that’s even possible but it is. Moving along from the year, another week means another lineup of games to predict, so here are my picks for week 11, guys.
  • NDM
    Published 7 days ago
    REVIEW Week 10 #MoorePicks

    REVIEW Week 10 #MoorePicks

    So another week of NFL games is gone. It was my best week so far, and there’s still a little room to improve. Week 10 produced down-to-the-wire games like the Lions vs Washington game, and beautiful blowouts like the Buccaneers vs Panthers game. It also produced a lot of W’s for me. Let’s get into the review.
Hockey
  • Andy Potts
    Published 11 days ago
    Skating back

    Skating back

    Ice hockey action returns to Britain this weekend after being frozen out for months due to the coronavirus pandemic. But with England back in lockdown and fans forbidden, the first steps are cautious as clubs look to find out whether playing behind closed doors is feasible.
  • Lane Morrison
    Published 12 days ago
    Welcome to the Unofficial Canucks Report!

    Welcome to the Unofficial Canucks Report!

    Today, for me, is a nervous, but exciting day. Currently jobless, hoping in this COVID-19 world for anything to bring me back up.
  • justin Krudo
    Published about a month ago
    Ice Hockey Positions guide for new players

    Ice Hockey Positions guide for new players

    After watching a round of Ice Hockey, one may think it looks as though there isn't a great deal of structure or situating from player to player. Actually, every player on the ice, for the two groups, will have an alternate position and set of aptitudes.