in general - Bowling - Cars - Climbing -
sports - Football / Soccer - Judo - Marathon - Rugby - Skiing
in GENERAL :
- The United Sports of America - interactive map
"If each state could have only one sport, what would it be? (Pennsylvania, you get field hockey.)"
- Children are 'exercising less'
"Only one in eight youngsters is getting the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day, according to the British Heart Foundation (BHF)...
The Food4Thought campaign is designed to encourage children to consider their levels of physical activity and the long term consequences of their
current food choices...
The energy-dense snacks they consume in front of their televisions and computers are simply not being burnt off...
Children need to be active to prevent obesity but also to promote healthy growth, bone strength and psychological wellbeing."
- Doping (sport)
"In sports, doping refers to the use of performance-enhancing drugs, particularly those forbidden by organizations that regulate competitions. Doping is mostly done to improve athletic performance..."
as Social Studies (socialstudiesforkids.com)
"Sports are an important part of just about every
society, every country, every part of our planet. In one way
or another, everyone is involved in sports or some sort, whether
they're playing or watching or just know someone who does
either. This article examines sports as social studies and
has some fun along the way."
- BOWLING :
- Bowls: The quintessentially British sport under threat
"Britain's bowling greens are under attack, threatened by property developers and cost-cutting councils, prompting MPs to take action. But is bowling a quintessentially British pastime that should be protected?"
- CARS :
- An extreme adventure between two oceans
"The Dakar 2009 is off to discover a new continent, South America that offers unlimited possibilities to amateurs of wide open spaces.
The round trip to Buenos Aires, via Valparaiso is a challenge in which the most enduring competitors will find their way and have the opportunity to distinguish themselves.
With close to 6,000 kilometres of specials and difficulties scattered on the whole course, the battle for the title will remain wide open until the finish."
/ SOCCER :
- Luis Suarez banned but what are football's deadliest sins?
"Fighting and biting are bad but never use an elbow. Headbutting is for cowards. No-one pushes the referee.
And whatever you do, do not spit at an opponent...
BBC Sport - with the help of pundit Steve Claridge, who played for 22 different clubs in a 29-year professional career
- examines just how far you can go before you commit the sport's ultimate sin."
- Super Bowl premieres 2013 blockbuster film trailers - 4 February 2013
"New trailers for blockbuster movies, including the Star Trek and Iron Man sequels, were premiered to millions during the US Super Bowl."
- Super hot ticket :
"Take a historical glance at Super Bowl ticket design dating back to first Super Bowl in 1967." - interactive
Click on MENU on the left of the page : SUPER BOWL
Timeline / Photos / Quiz / Video
- SUPER BOWL
What makes Super Bowl special? - "Michael Johnson welcomes Super Bowl to Dallas."
by Michael Johnson : "Former 200m and 400m Olympic champion and member of the Super Bowl XLV host committee."
+ a VIDEO
Super Bowl XLV "will be the 45th annual edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 41st annual championship game of the modern-era National Football League (NFL). The game, to be played on February 6, 2011, will pit the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers against the NFC champion Green Bay Packers to decide the NFL champion for the 2010 season.
The game will be held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas"
Super Bowl dreams
"Players around world speak of love for the game...
In the run up to Sunday's big game in Dallas, BBC News spoke to players in France, Uruguay and Russia to find out how they got into American football and what they would give to play in the big final of the sport."
footballers will have to speak English
Non-EU players face test under new migration rules
"South American, African and other non-European
footballers who cannot speak English will be barred from
joining Premier League clubs from the autumn under the new
points-based immigration system detailed by ministers yesterday.
- JUDO :
- Teddy Riner "(born 7 April 1989 in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe) is a French judoka.
He's 2.04 m (6 ft 8 in) and 286 lb (130 kg) and has been given the nickames Teddy Bear and Teddy Winner .
At 18 years and 5 months Teddy Riner became the youngest world champion of the history of his sport.
To date, he holds an unmatched record of six world titles obtained in the +100kg, Men's Team and the Open categories .
He is considered as one of the greatest judoka in activity."