Double Dutch comprises a history that spans thousands of years, from China and Africa to New York City. A major fast food chain and three incredible men brought the game into the 21st century as an international phenomenon and a full blown sports craze with a reality show in Japan.
Classic Women's Pro Wrestling, the ladies that blazed the trail for today's WWE Divas and TNA Knockouts.
Up until 2004, the golden goal was one method used to break ties in extra time. We look back at a decade of goals that shaped football and the many countries and players involved in them.
Both are wrestling, but things are played differently back then in the Ancient Greece.
This Balkan nation was the smallest country to play at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. held its own before being narrowly eliminated in the dying minutes. Revisit Slovenia's journey to its second World Cup.
In 2016, Lerkendal Stadion hosted the UEFA Super Cup, the first time a Norwegian stadium hosted a major club final. We look at previous events that unfolded here, primarily since 1985.
MMA's popularity has caused many to believe it is something new and unique to the martial arts world. Is it?
The 1950s was a great time for a kid to be a Milwaukee Braves fan. How could you not delight watching all-stars like Warren Spahn, Eddie Matthews, and Hank Aaron at Milwaukee County Stadium or on TV!
In 2008, Argentina successfully defended its Olympic title it won in Athens while 15 other nations participated in the month-long tournament. We look back at how each team did on that journey.
This is a paper I wrote for a Sports Management class at IU on the impact of sports in the world. It's a little longer of a read, but let me know what you guys think!