Brace yourselves for the Florida Grid League(FGL) !!! I want to introduce a new type of sports league in this blog post. Interestingly, this is based on a lot of activities we do in the gym and is scored differently than any other leagues in the world.
1984 was a huge step towards equality, and what a glorious marathon it was. U.S.A’s Joan benoit won the marathon 1 minute and half faster than the succeeding women finishing 2 hours, 24 minutes and 52 seconds. The crowd cheered and applauded her as she finished the course but what made the marathon more memorable than anything else was the entry of Gabriela Andersen-scheiss 20 minutes after Benoit finished.
As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention, Fosbury started adapting to new and better positions in the high jump. Failures came first and the early attempts at perfecting a new technique rattled Fosbury, garnering him some laughs along the way.
How did the West Indies (Windies) come to be one of the most aggressive and powerful sides in world cricket? Revisiting the historic documentary: Fire in Babylon!
Ironically, the wealthiest cricketing board in today’s world, BCCI, which generates most of its revenue from IPL, had first turned down its proposal. Check out more on the blog!
The first African-American to play in major league baseball and the person who opened the gates for many more people. An inspiration and role model for multiple people including all genders and races who slayed the idea of racist sporting events. Robinson was anti-race-based discrimination from the initial stages of his life itself when revolted … Continue reading Breaking the color barrier
Maradona is a name almost everyone familiar with word football knows. His feats are legendary for his nation and this is what makes him the special topic for this blog. As the name suggests, Hand of god, is a goal scored by Maradona during quarter final match against England. And it was scored with hand! … Continue reading Hand of God?