Sport awards

The talented 20-year-old athlete set 2 new world records in athletics

November 3, 2020

September 18 marks a special day with Swedish pole jump player Armand Duplantis. At the Golden Gala athletic event Pietro Mennea (also known as the Rome Diamond League) took place in Italy, Duplantis reached 6.15m pole. Armand Duplantis rejoices withRead More

Have the athletics world records reach the highest limits? (Part 2)

October 30, 2020

Or to say that pole jump player Renaude Lavillenie, an athlete will feel “something special” because the record can happen a few times with one person but also only once with another. So in the opposite case, when their recordRead More

Have the athletics world records reach the highest limits? (Part 1)

October 21, 2020

Greatness is always associated with athletes who do not know what the limit of achievement is. They are the ones who want to be better, faster, and stronger than everyone else. The question is, have athletics records reached their limit?Read More

Star Athletes Who Played More Than One Professional Sport (Part 1)

March 21, 2020

Usain Bolt Most athletes dream of making it to the professional in one sport of choice. However, there are athletes who achieve that success and move on to another sport and continue pursuing great achievements. After cementing his legacy asRead More

Best Paralympic Athletes In History (Part 4)

February 29, 2020

Mayumi NaritaJapanese athlete – Narita – is a quadriplegic who won 15 gold medals in three Olympic Games, from 1996 to 2004. Two medals came in 1996, six medals came in 2000, and seven medals came in 2004. In fact,Read More

What you need to know about Art Gymnastics (Part 2)

February 8, 2020

HISTORYThe ancient Greeks considered art gymnastics as the perfect symmetry between mental and physical. Modern gymnastics evolved rapidly by the end of the 19th century. PHILOSOPHICAL BEGINNINGSPlato, Aristotle and Homer are those advocated for strengthening the qualities of gymnastic activity.Read More

Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Olympic Athletes (Part 3)

January 31, 2020

BRONZE MEDALISTS IS HAPPIER THAN SILVER MEDALISTS. Based on a 1995 study of photos and interviews with medal winners, psychologists looked at photographs and listened to audio interviews to found that bronze winners were subjectively more happy than the silver-medalRead More

Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of Olympic Athletes (Part 2)

January 11, 2020

QUALIFYING CAN BE MORE DIFFICULT THAN THE ACTUAL GAMES. Marti Malloy, a 2012 bronze medalist in judo, knew early in 2016 that she had gathered enough wins to qualify for the Rio Olympic Games. And those kinds of preliminary qualificationRead More

Legendary athletics coaches recognised by IAAF

December 29, 2019

A World Athletics Heritage Plaque awarded to six renowned coaches and to seven oldest sport magazines by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in recognition of their contribution to the promotion of athletics . The coaches were awarded includeRead More