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Carli Lloyd Leads Women's Soccer Team To A Decisive World Cup Win Over Japan

By Meera Dolasia on July 6, 2015
Carli Lloyd Leads Women's Soccer Team To A Decisive World Cup Win Over Japan

Most soccer players are ecstatic if they score one goal in a major tournament. So you can only imagine how Carli Lloyd must have felt after she managed to put away three goals, within a span of just 16 minutes in the biggest game of all - The 2015 World Cup Final against Japan.

The Barkley Marathons, The World's Hardest And Quirkiest 100-Mile Race

By June Liu on April 19, 2015
The Barkley Marathons, The World's Hardest And Quirkiest 100-Mile Race

Though there are numerous ultramarathons, competitions that exceed running or walking the traditional 26.2 miles, very few compare to The Barkley Marathons. The annual 100-mile race that challenges participants both mentally and physically has been completed by only 14 of the 1,100 total participants in its 30-year history. To put it in perspective, that is just two more than the number of people that have walked on the moon!

Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod Third Time In Four Years!

By Meera Dolasia on March 22, 2015
Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod Third Time In Four Years!

For most mushers, even completing the Iditarod aka the Last Great Race On Earth, is a big achievement. But don't tell that to Mitch and Dallas Seavey. They have dominated the thousand-mile sled dog race across Alaska for the last four years. 28-year-old Dallas, who took top billing in 2012 and 2013, was once again the first to cross the finish line in Nome at 4.13 am on Wednesday March 18th.

Super Bowl Sunday Is All About The . . . Food?

By Meera Dolasia on January 29, 2015
Super Bowl Sunday Is All About The . . . Food?

The countdown has begun - in less than three days, Americans all across the country will hunker down to watch the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots battle it out for the title of National Football League Champion. Called Super Bowl Sunday or Super Sunday, it is the most watched annual television program in the United States.

The Mystery Surrounding New England Patriots' Deflated Footballs

By Meera Dolasia on January 25, 2015
The Mystery Surrounding New England Patriots' Deflated Footballs

With less than a week left before Superbowl  XLIX, the argument among sports fans and experts should largely be about which of the two teams - the New England Patriots or the Seattle Seahawks - is going to take home the coveted title. However this year, the light banter has been overshadowed by a more serious discussion - did the Patriots cheat at the January 18th AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts by using deflated balls?

Are Smart Mouthguards The Solution To Sports-Related Concussions?

By Allegra Staples on December 6, 2014
Are Smart Mouthguards The Solution To Sports-Related Concussions?

Every year, sports-related concussions affect several hundred thousand athletes - both professional and amateur. What's worrying is that despite advances in protective gear technology, the numbers are only increasing. According to CDC, emergency room visits relating to sports related injuries including concussions among children and adolescents, has increased by 60% in the last decade. While the fact that football and ice hockey players are the most susceptible to the head injury is not surprising, the high concussion rates in non-contact sports like lacrosse and soccer is certainly worrisome.

Video Of The Week - Philips Creates Mesmerizing LED-Lit Night Skiing Movie

By Meera Dolasia on November 3, 2014
Video Of The Week - Philips Creates Mesmerizing LED-Lit Night Skiing Movie

Television advertisements have come a long way since luxury watch manufacturer Bulova aired the first 9-second clip in 1941. Today, companies like to publicize their wares in clever ways that subtly draw attention to their products or technology. The most recent example of this is "Afterglow", a branded content film created by Sweetwater Productions in collaboration with Swedish agency Ahlstrand & Wallgren to showcase the technology behind the new Philips Ambilight Television.

World's Elite Triathletes Battle It Out At Hawaii's Grueling Ironman World Championships

By Meera Dolasia on October 18, 2014
World's Elite Triathletes Battle It Out At Hawaii's Grueling Ironman World Championships

There are over twenty Ironman competitions held around the world. However none compares to the original one that takes place in Kona on Hawaii's Big Island during the second weekend of October. Now in its 36th-year, this grueling event that is dubbed the "World Championships", is considered the most prestigious Ironman race. That's because while the Hawaiian event is no different from any other Ironman challenge in terms of distance, the natural environment makes it the toughest of them all.

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