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Tell Me All About the Goalkeeper Gloves
Did you know that the first goalkeeping glove patent was issued in 1885? Discover more about the soccer gloves
This Is Why Surfing May Be the New Yoga
If you're looking for an exercise that feeds your mind, body, and soul, you might want to keep surfing in mind.
A Brief History on How American Football Found Its Footing
This is a brief history of how American Football came about and how it became one of the most viewed sports globally.
Climbing Trees Is Safer Than Organized Sports
The truth is that kids don't climb trees as much anymore. One-quarter of children have never even climbed a tree— ever.
Why Hosting the FIFA World Cup is Easier in Dictatorial Countries
When this type of public, worldwide-known event takes place, politics inevitably become a part of it.
The Fountain of Youth May be as Simple as Eating Less
We're all looking for ways to stay young. This study suggests trimming your calorie consumption by 15% may be the answer.
Who is Liable When You Get Hit by a Foul Ball?
Baseball fans are always on the lookout for foul balls, whether for the sake of catching them or to keep themselves from being hit by the ball itself.
History of Scuba Diving
Here are some key points in the development of scuba diving as we now know it.
These WWE Finishers Aren’t Talked About Enough
The highlight of a WWE fight is the finishing move. Some finishers became iconic while others somehow escaped the spotlight.
This Is the Type of Workout You Should Do Once You Turn 50
There is one activity in particular that cardiologists recommend once a patient hits the age of 50.
Unbreakable Sports Records
These sports records are likely to remain untouched or matched, at the very most.
College Mascots: The Best, the Worst, and the Weirdest
They may seem silly and oftentimes crazy, but mascots somehow bring people together in commonality.
How Difficult is it to Score a Hole-in-One?
A hole-in-one never fails to excite any golfer and non-golfer who make it. For non-players, it may sound so easy – it’s not.
Driving Is in Their Blood: The Cool Cars Professional Drivers Use for Their Commute
Hop in and find out what cars these professional drivers use to get around in their downtime.
Wilma Rudolph: Sport Trailblazer of the 1960s
Wilma Rudolph, an icon for athletes and women across the world by overcoming huge personal hurdles and dominating the hearts of many through her athletic triumphs.