Competitive eating involves consuming huge quantities of food in a restricted time period. A famous example is Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest each July 4. We examine if speed eating is a true sport.
Technology and science are playing more important roles in sports around the world as teams and individuals are hunting for that extra performance boost or a technique that speeds injury recovery.
The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is held every year in June. Since the races started in 1907, 270 riders have been killed on the island’s road course.
Organizational skills, advance planning and good volunteers are vital in organizing a successful cross country meet. Use this checklist to keep you on track.
People climb barehanded up the outside of tall structures as a show of bravado, to make a political statement, or simply for the fun of it. No, really.
An amateur yachtsman entered a solo, around-the-world sailing race; after a slow start, progress rapidly accelerated and then something strange happened.
A guide to aggression in sports psychology. Featuring examples, types, definitions and theories to help understand assertiveness, catharsis and aggressive behaviours
Ferret legging, or “put-‘em-down” as it’s known to aficionados, is a contest of endurance and pain that seems about as loopy as it’s possible to get.
Sports have been ruined not only by their commercialization but also because of a lack of substance. Teams mean nothing to the cities that house them because the owners, coaches, and players are often not from that city and have no reason to care about it.
Here is a list of 10 athletes who have achieved amazing feats or have incredible stories, yet are unknown to most people today. The list is in no particular order.
Hand-eye coordination is an important skill but is often underrated in most sports. In sports, it's used from start to finish. It's essential for all athletes to possess strong hand-eye coordination.