Bath Half Marathon 2020 still took place despite the COVID-19 pandemic

April 8, 2020

The Bath Half Marathon 2020, a 39-year-old running race like the London Marathon, took place on March 15, 2020 even though the UK is in the middle of a corona virus pandemic (COVID-19). The corona virus has changed the 124-yearRead More

How Sir Mo Farah became a legend of British athletics

April 7, 2020

Those who follow the Early Bird Running – probably know Eliud Kipchoge, The Greatest Of All Time of Marathon. However, there is a character who, although not as good as Kipchoge, is a famous Marathon runner in the world. HeRead More

The sudden death of the athletics champion is such a warning to Casillas

March 31, 2020

Chris Stirling – a famous athlete who has won the triathlons in the UK several times and international tournaments have unexpectedly died at the age of 37 due to a heart attack. Legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas has just almost deadRead More

Athletes Who Played More Than One Professional Sport (Part 2)

March 28, 2020

Gene Conley Gene Conley was an All-Star pitcher in the majors who also very successful in basketball. In 1957, the right-hander became champion in a World Series with the Milwaukee Braves. Then two years later, he became champion in hisRead 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

Misconception of the Multi-Sport Athlete and Sport Specialization (Part 1)

March 14, 2020

Every summer, the 3 major professional sports (basketball, football, and baseball) organize their amateur drafts which are aired on primetime TV with weeks and weeks of hype and analysis. All of which make you don’t want to keep your eyesRead More

The Benefits of Being a Multisport Athlete

March 7, 2020

We now live in an area where it is normal to see young athletes playing a single sport year-round. However, it had been proven scientifically that children who take part in multiple sports become superior athletes. There are many benefitsRead 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

Best Paralympic Athletes In History (Part 2)

February 22, 2020

Tanni Grey-Thompson Tanni Grey-Thompson is most famous British Paralympian. After a modest begin to her wheelchair racing career at the 1988 Paralympic Games, where she got just one bronze medal, this talented athlete with spina bifida won 4 gold medalsRead More

Best Paralympic Athletes In History (Part 1)

February 15, 2020

It’s a debate that comes up fiercely among sports fans: who are the best athletes of Paralympic Games in the world? In this post, you will find best Paralympic athletes in history considering consistency, longevity and dominance. Stephen MillerBeing bornRead More