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How Many Medals Australia Win In Every Olympics

Posted by Adeline Erwin in Other Sports
Dec 26, 2013
How Many Medals Australia Win In Every Olympics

Athletes participate in world Olympic Games from different countries and these Olympic Games bring medals for worldwide players. Australia is one of the best countries that always wins a couple of medals in different games. Basketball, tennis, long meter races, badminton, squash and many other games are won in large number from the time Australia started participating in the Olympic Games.

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Surprising Health Benefits Related to Watching Sports on TV

Posted by Toni Keller in Other Sports
Dec 19, 2013
Surprising Health Benefits Related to Watching Sports on TV

In the past, your penchant for the NFL was viewed as an inherently unhealthy indulgence. After all, those sessions in front of the boob tube involved couch potato behavior, not to mention plenty of beer and pizza. But given its continued presence at the top of Nielsen's most-watched TV programming, NFL broadcasts remain a popular means of killing time on lazy Sundays.

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The Best Sports Apps for the 2013 Season

Posted by Eddie Duncan in Other Sports
Sep 14, 2013
The Best Sports Apps for the 2013 Season

You don't have to check the sports section of the paper anymore for scores and standings. With a tablet or smartphone and the right app, you can access scores in real-time, watch video highlights of the big plays and even stream live games. Sports fans can follow their favorite teams like never before with these five must-have apps.

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Crowd Goes Wild Injects New Element to Sports Show Mix

Posted by Paul Grossinger in Other Sports
Aug 28, 2013
Crowd Goes Wild Injects New Element to Sports Show Mix

There is a newcomer to the New York sports scene: the "Crowd Goes Wild" TV show for FOX Sports 1 filming at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan. "Crowd Goes Wild" is definitely wildly ambitious in one way: it seeks to put something very new into the weekday afternoon sports show roundup.

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Ranking the Power of America's Sports Commissioners

Posted by Paul Grossinger in Other Sports
Aug 04, 2013
Ranking the Power of America's Sports Commissioners

This week, Major League Baseball will grapple with "Hurricane Biogenesis," a self-inflicted typhoon of suspensions, angst, and fighting appeals that will test the power of baseball's commissioner. Bud Selig, Major League Baseball's power-that-be for two decades, will stare down Alex Rodriguez, who was once – long ago - anointed the greatest baseball player of all time.

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Chicago Sports in Transition

Posted by Jason Fryer in Other Sports
Jul 29, 2013
Chicago Sports in Transition

Chicagoans need to prepare for the start of a new era for the better or worse. As a life-long Chicagoan, this is the first time I can remember so many professional teams in this city rebuilding at the same time. Not including the Blackhawks (who might have to rebuild within the next two years but I'll explain that later), the other teams in Chicago are/will soon be going through some type of transition phase on their roster. Don't believe me, then let's break down each team's roster and where they stand for the future.

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The Best Franchises in Each Sport in the Past Ten Years

Posted by Jason Fryer in Other Sports
Jul 16, 2013
The Best Franchises in Each Sport in the Past Ten Years

I wanted to examine the best sports franchise from the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB since the 2003 season. In my mind, I believe teams needed to be able to show they can build their roster via the draft, doesn't depend on free agents, win multiple championships, rarely miss the playoffs, and have a successful organization from the top to bottom.

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The End of Empathy with Athletes

Posted by Paul Grossinger in Other Sports
Jun 20, 2013
The End of Empathy with Athletes

My grandmother likes to tell a story. As a kid, my father used to practice wrestling moves, imagining himself as a professional wrestler. Considering my father was a good high school athlete and wrestling was a grunge, near underground sport in the 1970s, he can't have felt too far off.

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What Sports Trophies Mean to Us

Posted by Dennis Phoenix in Other Sports
Jun 13, 2013
What Sports Trophies Mean to Us

The smiles on the faces are all the same. Age means nothing. From the little guy holding his first trophy after a season of pee-wee league baseball to the professional athlete wielding the NBA Championship Trophy over his head, the smiles say it all. Even highly paid professionals that have won trophies for most of their lives can point to one from years ago and reminisce on its meaning.

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Rafael Nadal's Eight French Opens and Sports' Best Streaks

Posted by Paul Grossinger in Other Sports
Jun 10, 2013
Rafael Nadal's Eight French Opens and Sports' Best Streaks

The King of Clay. Rafael Nadal's nickname does little justice to his perfection on the surface. At 59-1 in clay's marquee event, the French Open, Nadal is the emperor of clay. With eight titles in nine tries, he is the best clay-court champion in tennis history. 59-1 is such an absurdity, no one would ever bet it could happen – you just can't bet against Nadal. Of course, if you wanted to try, online casinos offer you the possibility to play the most attractive online casino games on the gaming market.

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