Five new sports added to Tokyo’s Olympic Games 2020

The 2016 Olympic Games conclude on 21st of August. The games were quite a spectacle, and now the next Games has been awarded to Tokyo, Japan in the year 2020. Tokyo last hosted the games in 1998; this will be their second chance at hosting the global event. A host of new games will appear on the…

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NHL Coming to Vegas

On June 22nd, the NHL’s board of governors unanimously approved expanding the franchise to Las Vegas making the currently unnamed team the 31st team in the league. The franchise will play in the Pacific Division and the current NHL playoff structure will not change. The next move for the team…

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Two Ethiopians win Boston Marathon

Running a marathon is a big life accomplishment for many, and one of the most prestigious in America is the Boston Marathon. Almost all runners train to either finish, or beat a personal best. It’s easy to forget that it is indeed a race, and there will be a winner who crosses the finish line…

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Three of the highest paid NHL players

When it comes to contracts for major sports players, we are used to pretty large amounts of money and sweet endorsements that thicken up the bank account even more. It is known that the NFL is the league that pays its players well, with Jay Cutler cutting a deal of $124 million with the Chicago…

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Ovechkin hits 500

If you are a fan of the NHL, you have been following Alexander Ovechkin from the beginning of his career. The Russian player recently reached 500 goals, making him the first Russian NHL player to reach this number. The 30 year old player marked his 500th goal in a match against the Ottawa Senators a…

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Djokovic wins the US Open title in September

It is all happiness for Djokovic as he became the new US Open Champion beating Roger Federer in 4 exciting sets in front of 23,000 fans at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. This would be the Serbian’s 10th grand slam. With scores of 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, Djokovic won the championship on Sunday, September…

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The best player in the world, yet not so adored

What Novak Djokovic did yesterday was truly impeccable. He proved to the world that he is one of the best players in the world and we can freely say of all time. Still if you have watched Wimbledon than you would have probably noticed one thing – Djkovovic is not very loved. Where is the love?…

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Love for soccer, The Game for Crazy and Passionate People

It is the sport where the game is full of never-ending possibilities, the ecstatic thrill amongst the fans and the players and a thrilling contest till the end. Soccer is a game full of craziness and love of the fans and the glory of this sport lies in the heart of its fans. Clearly, it is not just…

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Women Participating In The Basketball Tournaments

Not only men but also women hold a respectable position in the world in the field of basketball. The sport association and the USA government both actively look after the development and welfare of the women basketball team, USA. The members of the team groom the players and help them in continuous…

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FITGuard Mouth Guard

All contact sports have one common problem, injuries to head which sometimes goes undetected. The blows can be sometimes severe but the game spirit of the player doesn’t make them realize that the blow could have been a major one. Sometimes the players realize that they have a concussion but…

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Learning the Game Of Tennis

Well, there are a number of sports being played in America like Baseball, Soccer, Badminton and what not. But tennis is a sport which children start learning from their childhood. Now let’s know about what this sport actually is! Tennis is a sport played between two players (singles) or…

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The Rise of Pro Wrestling

The thrill of watching a live wrestling match can never be put into words and you have to experience it on your own. The moves that they make on their opponents hurt. And each time it happens, just place a hand on your heart and you will feel alive. The penchant to experience high voltage action and…

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So Yeon Ryu’s love of the game

In order to participate in events at the Tour, golfers need a motivation. In order to have it, they must love golf. That love is responsible for their hope, and in many cases for success. But golf is more than that. It is a very responsible ‘’job’’, with a lot of distractions…

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Controversial BASE Jumper Dean Potter Dies in Yosemite

One of the two people found dead on Sunday in Yosemite National Park was identified as extreme athlete Dean Potter, best known for bold climbs and BASE jumps. Potter, together with another man, attempted a wingsuit flight, but it proved to be fatal. Potter, who was 42, and Graham Hunt, 29, jumped…

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I’m a Midwesterner at Heart: Says Madison Keys

Madison Keys started fine-tuning her basic strokes in Boca Raton in Florida when she was only 9 years old. She became a professional when she was 14-year old and playing matches in Spain, France, England and Australia. However, she clearly admits that she is a Midwesterner at heart. “I think I…

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After 20 years in majors Jason Giambi retires.

After a long controversial career Jason Giambi has called it a career. It was a move that was expected from the 44 year old who has played 20 seasons in the majors. In an exclusive interview with New York Daily Giambi said, “I’ve done everything I possibly can in my career…From…

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Football

Football is the most popular sport in the world, almost every man and many women are almost addicted to this sport. Fans of some clubs are so extreme that they follow their club everywhere it goes. The most eccentric fans are Manchester United fans! So, what makes football popular? It is the game…

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Federer loses to Seppi

The third round of the Australian Open saw Roger Federer’s elimination at the hand of Andreas Seppi. This is a very strange event for Federer seeing how this is the first tournament since 2001 in which he hasn’t passed the third round. To make matters worse for Federer he was second seed…

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Deflategate and the end of ball boys

By now everyone knows about the deflated balls used in the Patriots – Colts game, however this is not a unique phenomenon and has given the name Deflategate.To better understand this situation you should know that each team brings 12 footballs for a game and another 12 as backup. In the…

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Team USA meets Venezuela at the Olympics

Venezuela's men's basketball team has been terminated from the Olympics. Despite the loss, the team is still pleased that they were able to represent Venezuela which seemed impossible in previous years. The Venezuela Men’s Basketball Team was able to reach the Olympics when they won…

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What information does InsideHoops.com provide?

InsideHoops.com is the full package when it comes to basketball sites. This website is the ‘one stop shop’ for all your NBA information. It features daily top stories with rumors and recaps from last night’s games are easily accessed. From the title menu on the left hand side, you…

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Who are Donatas Motiejunas and Brian Roberts?

In the world of sports, every year new amazing players show up in the middle of the game and veterans decide that they need to pass the ball to the next generation. It’s a never-ending cycle of good and amazing players, and the basketball players who made their name this year are Donatas…

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Who is James Naismith?

Dr. James Naismith is known worldwide as the creator of basketball. He was born on November 6, 1861. He was a Canadian and American sports coach, physical education teacher, sporting activities coach, medical professional, chaplain, trainer, and innovator. In 1891, he invented the game of basketball…

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