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30th December 2019

Top 10 Sportsmanship Moments 2019 (part 2)


by Paul Smith


Top 10 Sportsmanship Moments 2019 (part 2)Part 1 (See below) has five moments from 10th best sportsmanship moment to 6th best. Part 2 has the 5th best moment to ‘The’ best sportsmanship moment of 2019.
In 5th Place: CRICKET Historical Rivals Party Together
There’s a bit of history between these two countries. Despite this, fans from both countries partied together and showed great friendship and unity. The Pakistani captain, Azhar Ali, saw both fans partying the ...
28th December 2019

Top 10 Sportsmanship Moments 2019 (part 1)


by Paul Smith


Top 10 Sportsmanship Moments 2019 (part 1)In 10th Place: Premier League Football: A Conscientious Captain Consoles Opposition Player
Everton v Spurs in Nov. Everton’s André Gomez, sustained an horrendous injury – a broken and dislocated ankle – after a tackle from Spurs player, Heung Min Son. Several players held their hands on their heads in shock when they saw the injury. Son was particularly disturbed by it. He was also given a red card. After the game, ...
24th December 2019

‘No Human Is Limited’ says the Man Who Broke the 2 Hour Marathon Barrier


by Paul Smith


‘No Human Is Limited’ says the Man Who Broke the 2 Hour Marathon Barrier
Kenyan, Eliud Kipchoge, made history on 11 October, in Vienna by running the first-ever sub two-hour marathon in a time of 1hr 59min 40sec.
  
Months later Eliud Kipchoge spoke at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards. Here is what this amazing human being said:
No Human Is Limited
I proved them wrong by running and breaking the two-hour barrier in Vienna. It means that no human is limited.
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31st October 2019

We Can Achieve All Our Dreams – even a hungry 16 year old’s RWC 2019


by Paul Smith


We Can Achieve All Our Dreams – even a hungry 16 year old’s RWC 2019A hungry 16 year old kid
sat in the corner of a poor South African townsland pub watching SA beat England in the final of the Rugby World Cup, Paris 2007. Wide-eyed and hungry that kid’s name was Siya Kolisi. This Saturday, Kolisi, leads the South African team onto the pitch in the 2019 RWC Final v England in Yokohama Stadium, Japan. SA’s first black captain carries the hopes and dreams ...
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