If you are a European soccer fan, please forgive my ignorance. Last week, I watched the Champions Cup championships on television, and it inspired me to find out what it all means. I understand the World Cup. The best players Continue reading European Soccer Leagues Explained
Sara Tucholsky, a 5’2″ part-time starter on the University of Western Oregon’s softball team, had never hit a home run in her entire career – not until she pounded one over the fence in a conference championship game against Central Continue reading True Character Shows Itself on the Softball Diamond
My most memorable childhood playthings weren’t factory-made. When I think back, I had the most fun swordfighting with poplar saplings, sliding down snowy slopes on cardboard boxes and playing battleships with homemade graph paper. I‘ll never forget our day-long sod Continue reading Where Are All the Soapbox Cars?
( I don’t normally do this, but here’s an article directly from the pages of the PE Update.com website). “As public health officials wring their hands about the obesity epidemic, there’s a solution that is relatively low-cost, ready to implement Continue reading Frequency of Physical Education Affects Adult Obesity Levels
The NCAA basketball championship concludes tonight, and with it, one of the most enjoyable spectacles in sport. To me, this three-weekend playoff is much more exciting than it’s professional counterpart. Here are my top-three reasons why the NCAA tournament is Continue reading My Top-3 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament is Better Than the NBA Playoffs
Technology is bound to affect sports in ways we could never have imagined. An example happened last week in the NBA. It was the convergence of wireless computer technology, the internet and a new social networking service called Twitter. Twitter Continue reading Half-Time Twittering