online sports books in the US

The evolution of the baseball bat has seen a number of changes. Whether hitting a home run over the bleachers or attacking a mafia victim’s kneecaps, the baseball bat is a symbol of the US along with apple pie and napalm. Today the bat has a regulated size and length. ... read more

The evolution of football boots has been a long journey. Soccer boots, football shoes, or boots and cleats are the footwear of the football field. They are instantly recognizable thanks to the studs or cleats to help grip the pitch during a game. Just like online sports books in the UK, they are an integral part of the game. But how did they come about? Let’s have a look into the evolution of football boots. ... read more

So, what are anabolic steroids? When you see those huge muscle bound body builders and weight lifters, I’m sure you’re thinking what I’m thinking. How do they get so big, so fast? (And is their junk really small?). I’m sure that many of them work real hard in the gym. And follow a very strict diet. Blah, blah, blah. But let’s get real for a moment. Many of them take anabolic steroids. Let’s have a look….. ... read more

Drugs In Horse Racing

Drugs in horse racing? Really? When you think of drug abuse in sports, it’s easy to focus solely on the steps taken to reduce illegal doping. And that’s an uphill struggle. So imagine the horse racing industry for a moment. It’s still rife with doping abuse.  ... read more

So, what’s a jockstrap? Well, if you don’t want to be rolling around on the floor after a low blow in the boxing ring or after receiving a kick in the nuts on the football pitch, then I highly recommend wearing a jockstrap. Jockstraps, also known as “athletic supports”, have a design to help secure your most important and delicate package, close to your body. ... read more

The Blood in the Water Match of Hungary vs Russia, is without doubt, one of the most famous and hardest fought sporting battles of the 1956 Olympics. Remember that was the year that the Russians rolled into Budapest in their tanks and suppressed the Hungarian Revolution. So, as you can imagine, tensions were running high. ... read more

Fighters killed in the ring are few and far between. But since the introduction of the Marquis of Queensberry Rules in 1884, around 1,604 boxers have met their deaths within the ring. It goes without saying that a series of heavy blows to the head isn’t going to leave you in the best of health. ... read more

The Monty Hall Problem

The Monty Hall problem is a probability puzzle named after Monty Hall. He was the host of a US TV show called “Let’s Make a Deal”. On the face of it, this is an absurd paradox and many people simply refuse to believe the answer. ... read more

Why do Asians gamble so much? Whenever you’re in a casino, have a look around at the people playing and the same question always comes up. According to the Chinese, “We have this saying in Chinese: if you don’t gamble, you don’t know how lucky you are.”  ... read more