Did you know that if you practice at least three times per game you could improve your soccer skills? There are many different kinds of things you can do to better your game. Start with basic drills. “Go outdoors, grab a ball, and keep it close to your feet. That will help improve your ability to run with the ball close,” Says Hugo Grajeda, Director of Pro Youth Soccer Academy in Chester, New York. [read more...]
Soccer is the world’s most popular sport, but it is also one of the most dangerous ones. [read more...]
Wilma Rudolph was a famous runner. She was the first woman ever to win three gold medals in the same Olympics as a track and field athlete. [read more...]
Recently, I read a book called Just Like Josh Gibson, written by Angela Johnson. It was about a little girl and her grandma, who she called ‘Grandmamma’. When Grandmamma was a little girl, she loved baseball. Her grandfather was a baseball player and he introduced her to the game. [read more...]
Tiger Woods is a phenomenal golfer. In fact, many would say that’s what he was born to do. [read more...]
“Are you ready for some football?” This was a common slogan heard on commercials before the start of football games. Football has had many great players step on the field, one being the famous, Joe Montana. [read more...]
Do you know where soccer came from? It originated in China. [read more...]
In 1920 a baseball pitcher accidentally killed a batter with a wild ball because he couldn't get a proper grip on the ball. The players tried using shoe polish and tobacco juice on the baseball but it wasn’t sticky enough. [read more...]
Ernie Davis was an excellent professional football player. He was really athletic when he was little. He played a lot of sports including baseball, football and basketball. He was born on December 14, 1939. Davis’ parents got divorced shortly after he was born. His dad died in an accident so he lived with his grandparents because his mom worked day and night shifts. [read more...]