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.
There are numerous benefits associated with playing sports. This article lists ten of the main ones.
Are you looking for an awesome cheer or chant to show your team's strength and excellence? Look no further! Here are 20 cheers that will boost team spirit and send your opponents packing.
Selection of bizarre and whacky British sports, with brief description, origin and when and where the events take place; includes Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling, Worm Charming Championship and Gig Racing in the isles of Silly.
An insight into attribution theory and causal attribution within sports psychology with a focus on stability and causality
Organizational skills, advance planning, and good volunteers are vital in organizing a successful cross country meet. Use this checklist to keep you on track.
Here is a comprehensive list of cool, clever, and funny team names for every imaginable sport or league. Steal one for your team or use these as inspiration to come up with a unique name of your own.
Weston walked across America, 3100 miles in 1909, at age 70! He completed this arduous trek in a little over 100 days and made international headlines.
This comprehensive collection of names for ultimate frisbee teams will ensure that no team is without a proper moniker. These are great for recreational or league ultimate.
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 you understand assertiveness, catharsis, and aggressive behaviours and how they apply to the world of sports.
A group of Oxford University students embarked on a scheme that can be seen as the birth of extreme sports.
Learn about five sports for adults over 40 plus a few bonus ideas for the adventurous. Getting older doesn’t mean your athletic career is over. You can still compete on a high level!
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.