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Khabib Nurmagomedov Father Abdulmanap Passes Away

Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, father and trainer to son and current UFC lightweight  champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has passed away on Friday in Moscow, aged 57. Nurmagomedov...

Can the Raptors win the 2020 NBA title?

Do the Toronto Raptors have what it takes to win the 2020 NBA championship? Most people thought that Kawhi Leonard's departure would indicate a Raptor's...

MLB: A Reminder of This Season’s Storylines

Now that MLB has a schedule and a date for players to return. It's time to look back at the offseason that seemed to...

NASCAR: Harvick and Hamlin win at Pocono

Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin won the two races of the long-awaited first NASCAR Cup Series doubleheader at Pocono, in a weekend where strategy...

2019-2020 NBA Schedule Preview: A Winner Will Be Crowned

The NBA season resumes on July 31 when 22 of the 30 teams, based on their winning percentage and win-loss record, will play against...

Do the Clippers have what it takes to win the 2020 NBA championship?

Introduction The Los Angeles Clippers have had a peculiar season, but, although every night it appeared someone was out for injury or load management, they...

Do the Lakers have what it takes to win the 2020 NBA title?

Introduction The LA Lakers had a bounce-back season, surprising almost everyone's expectations with a 1st place finish in the western conference. This could be Lebron's...

Do the Bucks have what it takes to win the 2020 NBA title?

Do the Bucks Have What It Takes to win the 2020 NBA title? Introduction The Bucks were the best team in the NBA this season posting...

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Linford Christie and Allan Wells

A History of British Sprinting: Linford Christie and Allan Wells Although Americans, Jamaicans and Canadians have generally dominated the sprinting game through history, there have...

European Championships: The Third Man

The Dark Horse and The Muscle Man  The dark horse of British sprinting, Dwain Chambers, 36, once again shocked the nation in the recent British Championships...

Jason Gardener and Darren Campbell

A History of British Sprinting: Jason Gardener and Darren Campbell The first part of this series focused on two olympic gold medalists Christie and Wells,...

Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis

A History of British Sprinting: Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis The last article in this series was about Darren Campbell and Jason Gardener, two athletes...

West Indies Legend: A Talisman Who Mastered The Art Of Bowling

West Indies Young Champ Around 80 years down the line on 12th September 1937 in Barbados a bowling magician made a baby cry while taking his...

Women’s Cricket: Breaking Glass Barriers

Initial years of awe in women's cricket: How awkward must it had been when a woman holding a wooden piece of bat walking down the...

Cricket Exodus – How Pakistan Cricket and their Cricketers have been neglected ever since the sport left their country

2009, Lahore- A terrorist attack while a Test match was being played between Sri Lanka and Pakistan shook the world of cricket. Post that...

Is Cricket immune to the “racism” virus?

In the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic, the world has also risen to find the vaccine for the racism virus. After the death...

What Is Wrong With Reece James?

The stress of quarantine must really be getting to Reece James because he has looked like a completely different man ever since Premier League football returned. All...

The One Signing Chelsea Need To Become A Title Contender

After spending big on Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner, who are officially joining the club in a few days' time, Chelsea manager Frank Lampard...

Chelsea: Another Lampard Masterclass At Stamford Bridge On Thursday

In a very eventful, end-to-end match, Chelsea came out on top against Manchester City on Thursday, winning 2-1 to shore up their top-four aspirations, while simultaneously handing Liverpool the...

How Manchester United could lineup against Norwich City away in the FA Cup quarter final!

Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will make a few changes ahead of their quarter final match against Norwich City at Carrow road. With games...
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Linford Christie and Allan Wells

A History of British Sprinting: Linford Christie and Allan Wells Although Americans, Jamaicans and Canadians have generally dominated the sprinting game through history, there have been countries which have challenged this pattern throughout the years of modern competitive sprinting. The United Kingdom is one of the few countries that have managed to make an impact in the world of sprinting. This article will look at two men who preceded the likes of Adam Gemili and James Dasaolu and made their mark on...
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European Championships: The Third Man

The Dark Horse and The Muscle Man  The dark horse of British sprinting, Dwain Chambers, 36, once again shocked the nation in the recent British Championships to secure a spot at the European Championships in Switzerland. Muscle bound sprinter Harry Aikines-Aryeetey, 25, also secured his spot in Switzerland, with the hope of making more of an impact than he has at previous championships. These two seasoned sprinters may have won the race that qualified them for Switzerland, however the selection process has now...
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Jason Gardener and Darren Campbell

A History of British Sprinting: Jason Gardener and Darren Campbell The first part of this series focused on two olympic gold medalists Christie and Wells, the two men that can claim to the best ever sprinters in British history. The second part of this series will focus on two more recent British sprinters who both frustrated and delighted us throughout their careers. Jason Gardener  A Promising Start 1994-1998 Gardener was a very promising junior athlete. Jason Gardener's career started by winning the World Junior Championship...
Everton Weekes

Sir Everton Weekes passes away at 95

Everton weekes misses out on his life's century On 2nd July 2020, a piece of very saddening news arrived leaving the fans of the game in deep trauma. unfortunately, it was the demise of the "founding father" of the sport in the Caribbean island, Sir Everton weekes who took his last breath in his hometown Barbados. One of the stumps of the 3W's(Clyde Walcott, Frank Worrel, Everton Weekes), he was highly revered for his swashbuckling shots to which bowlers had no...
Khabib Nurmagomedov

Khabib Nurmagomedov Father Abdulmanap Passes Away

Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, father and trainer to son and current UFC lightweight  champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has passed away on Friday in Moscow, aged 57. Nurmagomedov senior's health had been suffering ill-health recently, since May he had been hospitalized in Moscow. He had been suffering from coronavirus and also had heart surgery for a which caused further problems for his coronavirus diagnosis., had been in hospital in Moscow since May, when he was diagnosed with coronavirus. He also underwent heart surgery for...
Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis Francis

Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis

A History of British Sprinting: Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis The last article in this series was about Darren Campbell and Jason Gardener, two athletes who have been successful in recent years and made sure that sprinting in Britain was kept alive post the Christie era. The famous 2004 Olympic gold medal in the 4x100m was won by Gardener and Campbell, and the two athletes that this article is about, Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis. Marlon Devonish The Young Upstart 1995-1997 Marlon Devonish was...
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Dwain Chambers and Christian Malcolm

A History Of British Sprinting: Dwain Chambers and Christian Malcolm In this part of the A History of British Sprinting series, we will be looking at Dwain Chambers and Christian Malcolm. These two sprinters have been very successful in what has been a period with plenty of good British sprinters but no great British sprinters. Dwain Chambers Arguably, the most best sprinter in Britain since Linford Christie. The Junior World Record Holder 1994-1997 Dwain Chambers was an immensely successful junior athlete. He won the 100m in the...
Where has our summer of sports gone?

Where has our summer of sports gone?

Where has our beloved summer of sports gone? The sports industry is among one of the biggest industries in the world. With more fans now then ever and an increase in international fans supporting local teams due to the likes of technology and streaming. Looking at the amount of sports fans across the world, it’s no wonder everyone came to a simultaneous standstill of sadness when COVID-19 claimed beloved sports events as well. Some of the biggest events we were looking...
Toronto Raptors

Can the Raptors win the 2020 NBA title?

Do the Toronto Raptors have what it takes to win the 2020 NBA championship? Most people thought that Kawhi Leonard's departure would indicate a Raptor's rebuild or a season stuck in mediocrity. The Raptors stunned almost everyone standing in second place in the Eastern Conference because of excellent coaching and a very well-rounded team. Toronto has managed to sustain this success and replace Leonard's production because of Siakam's transformation into a number one option and the improvement of several role...
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Jonah Lomu – All-Blacks Legend

Jonah Lomu, (MNZM) was a New Zealand rugby union player. He had sixty-three caps as an All Black after debuting in 1994. He is generally regarded as the first true global superstar of rugby union, one of the sport's most intimidating players on the field, he has had a huge impact on the game. He was inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame on 9 October 2007. Jonah Lomu - The life of an All Blacks Legend: Trivia about Lomu:...