Tag: sports

2019 International Champions Cup ‘Biggest and Best,’ According to Exec

The International Champions Cup began in 2013 as a way to increase the significance of European soccer clubs’ preseason tours. Relevent Sports Group transformed a handful of seemingly meaningless summer friendlies with nothing on the line into an annual competition featuring some of the game’s greatest clubs including Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris St. Germain. Continue reading “2019 International Champions Cup ‘Biggest and Best,’ According to Exec”

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Bryce Harper Donates Apparel to Little League That Was Robbed

It’s well known that Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper grew up a New York Yankees fan. He idolized players like Derek Jeter and Paul O’Neill, not only wanting to emulate their play on the field, but how they conducted themselves off it. Continue reading “Bryce Harper Donates Apparel to Little League That Was Robbed”

Surfing’s Popularity Evident at US Open and By Inclusion in 2020 Olympics

Kanoa Igarashi can’t wait for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The 21-year-old professional surfer not only gets to honor his ancestral roots by representing Japan, but also gets to showcase the sport’s growth and popularity to a new audience. Continue reading “Surfing’s Popularity Evident at US Open and By Inclusion in 2020 Olympics”

Samuel Eto’o Says 2022 World Cup Will Be ‘Best in the World’

Samuel Eto’o knows a thing or two about the FIFA World Cup.

The decorated forward represented Cameroon at four tournaments (2014, 2010, 2002, 1998) during his lengthy international career and is one of just three African players all-time to compete on soccer’s grandest stage four times. Continue reading “Samuel Eto’o Says 2022 World Cup Will Be ‘Best in the World’”

Dick’s Sporting Goods Pledges to Provide Sports to 1 Million Children By 2024

Jon Gruden never played in the NFL. In fact, he didn’t play much college football either. The current Oakland Raiders head coach served as a backup quarterback at the University of Dayton during his college days. Continue reading “Dick’s Sporting Goods Pledges to Provide Sports to 1 Million Children By 2024”