History Of Sport
The current marathon world records are held by Eliud Kipchoge (2:01:39) and Brigid Kosgei (2:14:04) for many these are just numbers on a page that might sound somewhat impressive. We are going to break down just how insanely quickly these athletes run and give you challenges to see if you can match them!
‘The hand of God’, a phrase that most football fans have heard of and probably all English Football fans have ingrained into their souls. The phrase that is used to describe one of the most infamous goals in World Cup history. Following on from the last blog in this series where we discussed Lance Armstrong’s continuation of wrongdoings, today we will be looking at the deceitful moment in history from the often claimed ‘world’s greatest footballer’.
Examples of rivalries within the world of sport can be seen all the time. Whether it is between clubs, nations, individuals or franchises. In most cases, rivalries usually date back to a distant past issue between two people/organisation that most of us do not remember or more likely were not even alive for. Read this blog to delve a little deeper into the rivalry of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
The year is 1968 and Mexico City is due to host the Summer Olympic Games. The USA is beginning to build one of the most dominant track and field squads in Olympic History. We explore some sporting and political facts in this blog. Click to read more.