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.
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.
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.
Being a terrible coach isn't easy! This is a guide to being a horrible coach in youth sports. Wonderful for parents asking themselves, "Is my child's coach as bad as I think?"
If you're hunting for the best unicycle for beginners, this is a good article to read. We'll look at four great, cheap unicycles to learn on, and give some tips and advice for new riders.
Those who engage in stuffing themselves with hot dogs, oysters, or even cockroaches, insist they are taking part in legitimate sporting events.
An amateur yachtsman entered a solo, around-the-world sailing race; after a slow start, progress rapidly accelerated and then something strange happened.
The job of sports commentating is not easy; it requires a brain fully stocked with clichés, banalities, and platitudes, and the ability to blabber on about the glaringly obvious.
Get into figure skating and go in prepared. Learn more about typical figure skating expenses for various levels of the sport.
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.
A guide to aggression in sports psychology. Featuring examples, types, definitions and theories to help understand assertiveness, catharsis and aggressive behaviours