in GENERAL :
as Social Studies
"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."
- BODYBUILDING :
- Determined, Dedicated and Disciplined to Be Fit - Text + Audio + Video + Quiz - 20 July 2016
"Ernestine Shepherd is a fitness trainer and professional model. She is also determined, disciplined and dedicated to staying fit.
The 80-year old holds the 2010 and 2011 title in the Guinness World Records as the World's Oldest Performing Female Bodybuilder."
- BOWLING :
- Bowls: The quintessentially British sport under threat - 5 May 2011
"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?"
- CLIMBING :
- CYCLING :
- French Man Sets Cycling Record at Age 105 - Text + Audio + Videos - 4 January 2017
"Robert Marchand does not let age slow him down. He covered about 23 kilometers in one hour. He is 105 years old."
- 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."