Sports

Annual Celebrity Golf and Tennis Classic Benefits FCA

Gold Coast Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) announced that Wally Armstrong, a PGA touring pro and best-selling author, and Michael Blank, a former NFL player and NCAA Auburn National Champion, will headline the 8th Annual FCA Celebrity Golf and Tennis Classic, September 28 and 29 at the Coral Ridge Country Club in Fort Lauderdale.... -Read More


Kevin Durant on Christ

Reigning NBA MVP Kevin Durant has spent all seven years of his professional career dazzling fans with dynamic scoring ability and energetic athleticism. The 25-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder forward is widely considered to be the best offensive player in the game today, and his selection to five NBA All-Star games as well as selling... -Read More


2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Preview

On February 6, 2014, the XXII Olympic Winter Games will kick off in Sochi, Russia, marking the first time since 1980’s Moscow Summer Olympics that Russia will host the Games. Located in Russia’s third-largest region, Krasnodar, Sochi boasts a population of 400,000 strong. In 2006, this coastal city in southwestern Russia was first nominated... -Read More


History of the Heisman Trophy

Prestige. Competitiveness. Athleticism. These words come to mind when one thinks of the most esteemed award in American collegiate athletics, the Heisman Memorial Trophy. A common goal of every college football player is to enter the fraternity of players who have hoisted this momentous award. History The award made its debut in 1935 inside... -Read More


2013 – 2014 NBA Season Preview

Just five months ago, the Miami Heat pulled off arguably the greatest NBA Finals comeback in NBA history in game six against the San Antonio Spurs. After their game seven victory, the Miami Heat stood victorious over the basketball world. But now every team is undefeated once again and championship aspirations have returned, even... -Read More


Lacrosse: A New South Florida Favorite

Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. There is evidence that the traditional Native Americans originated stickball as early as the 17th century in Canada, which later evolved into what we know today as lacrosse. Lacrosse traditionally had many different purposes. It was used to settle inter-tribal disputes, to toughen... -Read More


Is There Hope for This Year’s Dolphins?!

Dolfans, it is time to celebrate! Football season is back, and on September 5, the NFL season will be in full swing as the defending-champion Ravens take on the AFC’s Super Bowl favorite Denver Broncos. As exciting as that is, this year’s Miami Dolphins bring equal buzz after their busy offseason. All the new... -Read More


Hypocrisy of the World’s Game

Many find soccer’s most beautiful quality to be its ability to spark unity. The world is united when nations put their differences aside and send their national teams to face international opponents for the ultimate prize at the Olympics or the World Cup. Unity is fostered when ball clubs all over the world stack... -Read More


The Toughest Footrace on Earth

The Badwater ultra-marathon has been recognized as the toughest footrace on the planet according to National Geographic magazine. From the starting line in the bowels of Death Valley, athletes traverse 135 miles with temperatures at 130 degrees plus on scorching 200 degree pavement with several elevation changes from sea level to the finish line... -Read More


International Champions Cup

Starting on July 27, eight of the world’s most storied and victorious soccer clubs will battle it out in a single-elimination tournament held mostly throughout different American venues, culminating in the championship match on Wednesday, August 7 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens. Some of the big name ball clubs at the tourney... -Read More