Mohamed "Mo" Farah: long and middle distance runner

Mohamed "Mo" Farah is a Middle-distance and long-distance runner. He was born 23 March 1983. Currently, he is a World, Olympic and European champion in 10.000 and 5.000 meters. In general, Farah competes in 10.000 and 5.000 meter races. However, sometimes he runs 1.500 meters and 3.000…

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The Towering Physique of Athletic Men

The attributes of a great player which include pace, power, dexterity and energy are extremely important. However the primary requirement for all athletic men is to build that strong and steady form in order to excel in their particular sports field. Two well renowned athletic men have utilized…

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Wealthiest athletes

Particle Tiriacis a Romanian agent and previous expert ice hockey and tennis player who has a total asset of $2 billion. Particle Tiriac was conceived in Brasov, Romania in May 1939. As a tennis player Tiriac won the Bavarian International Tennis Championships in 1970. He came in the quarterfinals…

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WILSON KIPSANG BLAMES KENYA DRUG TEST FAIL RATE ON IGNORANCE

Kipsang said that more than 99% of Kenya’s athletes are clean and believes that many of his compatriots who have tested positive have done so because of lack of education or through spite not because they were cheating. He also said that the Kenyan Athletic Association should be trusted since…

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Floyd Mayweather’s Million Dollar Garage

Have you ever heard about of a “cheap Bugatti”? well, if not Floyd Mayweather has. During an interview with ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, Mayweather referred to one of his Bugatti as “a cheap car” and we cannot blame Smith for his reaction upon hearing that, to be honest I…

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Kobe Bryant: In It For The Long Haul?

Longtime L.A. Lakers savior Kobe Bryant appears to have backpedaled on an early retirement claim. After tearing a rotator cuff, an injury that ended the season for the seasoned veteran in January, there was word he would not be returning next year. However in an interview with the Los Angeles Times…

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Martín Montoya

Martín Montoya is a professional footballer, who currently plays for FC Barcelona, as a right back. He was born in Spain on 14 April, 1991. Montoya started playing football in his hometown, for the club CF Gava. From 1999 to 2009 he played for Barcelona (youth). Montoya’s senior career…

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Fitness Secret of Men Athletes

Are you wondering how these men athletes (and of course women too) remain so fit and healthy all the time. Well you may call it a secret but in reality it is no secret. Even a normal person can have a good fitness level if not the same as the athletes. One of the most important things to stay fit is…

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Serena Williams returns to Indian Wells

All eyes on the road to the title have been on number 1. Serena Williams, Monday afternoon within the women’s draw for the 2015 BNP Paribas Open. In 2001, a racially-charged incident drove Serena and her sister Venus to boycott the tournament for 13 years. Now, Serena's announcement,…

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Usain Bolt

Usain Bolt (born 21 August 1986) is a Jamaican sprinter. But maybe you know him as the fastest men ever! That’s why his nickname is ‘’Lightning Bolt’’. He is the only man who holds records for 100 meters and 200 meters, since the automatic time measurement is used (from…

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Tom Brady new Super Bowl record

Tom Brady came out of Sunday’s game with the fourth Super Bowl title, a Super Bowl MVP award, a Super Bowl record for most completions in one game and also set a new record for most touchdown passes in the Super Bowl. The New England Patriot quarter back now becomes the first quarterback with…

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Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel Enters Rehab program

Johnny Manziel checked into a treatment facility on Wednesday Jan 28 to get help. The Cleveland Browns quarterback entered the program so as to work on improving his life. "Johnny knows there are areas in which he needs to improve in order to be a better family member, friend and teammate and…

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Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao is without doubt one of the big names of the boxing world and one of the best boxers currently active. Although the things have been rough for him in the last period of time with pay per view ratings falling and the cash flow diluting he may just be able to turn this around in just…

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Athletic Dominance

Athletic dominance isn't just about winning and losing. It's about magnitude — how badly you beat someone, how many points you score, and how much better you are than the average opponent. We, as fans, are drawn to dominance. That's why LeBron James lives under such a tight…

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Pregame rituals of Highly Successful Athletes

What makes professional athletes perform the way they do? Natural ability and physical training is essential, but there's also a mental component. Michael Jordan wouldn't have hit great shots if he was overcome with anxiety, and Ray Lewis wouldn't have made so many memorable tackles if…

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Junior Galette Won’t Be Needing A Surgery

It’s great news for all saints fans as it has just been announced that their linebacker Junior Galette will not be requiring any surgery for his injury thus indicating that he might actually rejoin the team as sooner as we think. There had been lots of talks concerning regarding Galette…

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American Football: A brief history

The evolution of American football occurred from the sport of rugby football. The first recorded game of American football happened in sixth of November in 1869. The two teams that competed in the match were Princeton and Rutgers. During the initial days of the game, each team had 25 players. The…

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The George Halas Award Goes To Steve Gleason

This year’s George Halas award has gone to Steve Gleason. Gleason, a former New Orleans Saints player, was recognized for his strength and adversity that has helped him succeed. The Professional Football Writers of America made the announcements on Monday. Gleason, who happens to have ALS, has…

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