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Dreams Really DO NOT Come True

by Derick Goebel

Many people ask, “What really defines American culture?” Undoubtedly, my answer to that would be the sports we play. Through sports, athletes grow up and prosper. 2,796 more words

It's just not Cricket

On April 10th 2015 the headlines screamed that Australian Cricket great Richie Benaud was dead at age 84. He was the first cricketer to reach a Test double of 2,000 runs and 200 wickets and it is said by many that after Don Bradman no Australian cricket player is more famous than Richie Benaud. 980 more words

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Kirk Gibson diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

Former player and manager Kirk Gibson has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. According to the Mayo Clinic, Parkinson’s is a “progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects your movement.” 398 more words


eSports and Their Place in Society

On Sunday ESPN2 televised eSports all night. There was a match, I guess that’s what it’s called, between Arizona State and Berkely in Heroes of the Storm… 401 more words

Party Like It's 1986


A mere 16 games into the season, the New York Mets have already done something, pardon my baseball pun, completely out of left field. But not in the normal “Mets” fashion. 867 more words


FTW combed through our extensive archives and scoured the Internet to come up with 101 sports facts that even die-hards fans probably did’t know, such as the attendance for Muhammad Ali’s first title fight to Michael Jordan’s minor-league paycheck to Michael Phelps’ status as his own country. 2,380 more words


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101 Incredible Sports Facts That Will Blow Your Mind