"Sports" Blogs & Blog Posts

Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
NFL Gridiron GabNFL Gridiron Gab

NFL Gridiron Gab is your one-stop source for all the latest football news, ...

 
Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.

 
The CommentatorThe Commentator

A place that proves we know nothing.

 
The Huffington PostThe Huffington Post

Covering news, politics, entertainment, media, sports, and more.

 
Riding Instructor's DiaryRiding Instructor's Diary

I'm a self-employed riding instructor (BHSAI/Int.Teaching)with big dre...

 
Corinna Carlson aka Gus GreeperCorinna Carlson aka Gus Greeper

blogging from Vancouver since early 2005

 


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Once again, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has shown it cares much more about forcing its athletes to follow arbitrary rules than it does about protecting those same athletes from sexual abuse. This week, the USOPC put two athletes...

Tom Brady is no Diane Keaton, that's for damn sure. Obviously, he is not an iconic, award-winning actress, director, or producer. But he is also not able to pull off hats in any shape, style, or color — unlike Keaton, who I occasionally re...

Bernie Sanders put his Brooklyn stickball training to good use on Tuesday by playing a fairly competent game of softball at Iowa’s Field of Dreams. Generally, these kinds of events feel forced, but please tell me if you don’t see a soupçon of fu...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Playing golf is a fun activity that you can take part in by yourself, and with others. It’s a great … The post How to Get Your Golf Game Back on Track first appeared on TechSling Weblog.

This is not rocket science to anyone who lives in the real world. The post Asked and Answered: Megan Rapinoe Wonders How Her Parents Can Support Her, Watch Fox News and Vote for Trump appeared first on RedState.

When Pete Bevacqua was on his way out the door as the CEO of PGA of America last year, he was clear about the most pressing problem facing the sport: It is still overwhelmingly a sport for rich, white men. “The biggest challenge is, I think, th...

Playing ping pong in a basement bar is a lesson in how bad most people are at the game, balls are flying everywhere, they litter the ground like you have wandered into a ping pong driving range. Still it is fun to pick a new ball out of the table bin...