Olympic Games

Worst Comebacks in Sport

After a successful sports career some athletes decide to return back to professional sports. But these comebacks didn’t always prove to be successful as we can see in the following examples. Even the Greatest, Muhammad Ali’s return was disappointing and belongs to the worst comebacks in sport.  ... read more

The lives of the top athletes are never easy with continuous training, strict diets and tough competitions. No wonder that some of them had enough after a few years and decided to retire early. But they can have other reasons to do so like a sudden illness or a tragic loss. As we can see in the following examples of the most surprising retirements in sports history. ... read more

From time to time we can discover athletes who are not like the others. Either due to their physical appearances or their behaviors. They can still become the favorites of the fans and loved all over the world. Like the latest sensation, giant handball player Gauthier Mvumbi who raised the attention of even Shaquille O’Neal. He also belongs to the most unusual athletes of all time, let’s see the others.  ... read more

It’s an honor to win the organization of a major sporting event from the Olympic Games to a world championship. But in the history of sport there have been some countries which couldn’t  grow up to the task and failed to deliver on the required level. From chaotic organization to last minute projects, several issues could be seen in the case of the worst hosts of a major sporting event.  ... read more

So, over the years of Olympic games, numerous sports have come and gone. Sometimes improving the spectacle, sometimes just rather embarrassing. Remember solo-synchronized-swimming? Fortunately, the new clutch of Olympic sports aren’t that bad. However, they do leave those who like to bet on sports in France all at sea. The IOC has left gamblers around the world even now frantically attempting to learn how to bet on breakdancing before Paris 2024. ... read more

The 2020-21 Cross Country season will start at the end of November in Ruka, Finland with sprint races for both men and women. In both competitions the defending champions are the favorites according to the 2021 Cross Country Sprint predictions. Let’s see who they are and who can beat them for the title.  ... read more

This season’s Alpine Ski World Cup has already started with the first race in October, held in Austria. But the first downhill race will only take place in Val d’Isere on the second weekend of December. Swiss Beat Feuz is the defending champion and one of the biggest favorites in the Men’s Downhill World Cup odds.  ... read more

This year’s London Marathon will be held this Sunday, 4th of October as an elite-only race. Without the mass race everyone will concentrate now on the top athletes who will race in a modified route. In the London Marathon winner odds last year’s winner is the favorite, but we might see a new athlete crossing the finish line first.  ... read more