Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Penn Relays 2015: Africa And Jamaica Battle

PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Penn Relays 2015 came to a close on Saturday. African teams were represented at the meet held in the US city...
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The Olympics – Politicization and Demise

Founded by the French Aristocrat Baron Pierre De Coubertin in 1894 with the first games held in 1896 in Athens Greece, the Olympics Movement...

The Beautiful Game – Soccer And Economic Theories

Ignacio Palacios-Huerta, a professor of management at the London School of Economics, is the head of talent identification at Athletic Club Bilbao, a professional soccer club in Spain, and the author of “Beautiful Game Theory: How Soccer Can Help Economics.”

The Mathematics Of Brazil’s Shocking 7-1 Defeat

Germany's thrashing of Brazil was unprecedented in World Cup history, but the result may not be as surprising as you might think. Can our Mathematics shed some light?

Why Talk About Tony Romo On ESPN First Take?

On ESPN's First Take, Stephen A. Smith yelled out before commercial: “It is May. Why is Tony Romo on First Take? Moderator Cari Champion...

You Don’t Become a God Until You Rest in Peace – Muhammad Ali is...

Muhammad Ali (All Peace Be Upon You), You were the greatest. You saw the greatest. You dispatched the greatest. You taught the naïve, you defeated...

Penn Relays 2013: USA vs. the World Recap

A large crowd of 48,871 people visited University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday to attend the historic Penn Relays track...

Will African Footballers Resurrect The English Premiere League?

England's Premiere League boasts a variety of football that is universally understood to be an unfashionable game comprised of cross country runners bumbling into...

Jackie Robinson West And White Paraphilia

Jackie Robinson West, the all-Black team from Chicago’s South Side, rose to the nation’s highest peak, winning the US Little League Championship Game and...

Pan-Africanism and the World Cup

Africa’s more progressive leaders are fighting against protectionist attitudes. At the annual meeting of the African Development Bank on May 22, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda told fellow leaders that the continent’s “most important challenges cannot be tackled by any country on its own” and that “deeper regional and continental integration is not only good for Africa, it is good for investors and trading partners. It makes it easier and cheaper and less risky to do business in Africa.”