The way that so many young basketball players are leaving school to play sport without gaining a proper education is despicable. To better teach these young adults, the age limit should be at two years after finishing high school. In this way, these individuals will learn the process of having a ed
They have been the sound of the South African world cup so far; the horns that sound like thousands of angry wasps and drown everything else out. You either love them or hate them. They probably give an amazing atmosphere in the stadium but can be irritating for those watching on TV or listening on
Athletes such as Mark Foster and Rebecca Adlington have recently come out against new generation swimsuits, suits that they say amount to chemical doping or steroids. Are they right or is the competition between corporations a vital part of the sport of swimming?
The ball in world cup tournaments always comes in for criticism. They are always the ‘roundest ever’ and therefore the ‘fastest ever’ which in turn means that the goalies complain that the odds of them stopping the ball going in to the goal is decreasing. This has always seemed a silly criti
American Football is kept competitive by sharing out much of the revenue that is generated by the sport equally between the clubs and by salary caps. This means that the sport does not divide into big and small clubs, between rich and poor the way that British football has. There is some revenue sha
Over the last 15 years the English Premier League and its clubs have enjoyed such an influx of money that it can call itself the richest league in the world. However, has all this wealth at the top end of the beautiful game been shared around too few clubs, and made football less competitive?
Russia was a favorite for many investors but Prime Minister Putin initially showed no interest in F.I.F.A nor the commercialism it would bring. Putin was not in Zurich when the bid was made but has denounced smear campaigns against the event.
Now he seems to be somewhat supportive. Concerns a