Review Category : World Cup

Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Jim Brown, Jackie Robinson and many others have helped make their sports great. Top athletes attract hundreds and thousands, if not even millions of fans, drive additional revenue for their teams and make history by doing amazing things only few people have the skills to do. Top athletes break records and drive others to be better. But, sometimes these records are too far beyond reach. Below are eight sports records that will probably never be broken.   1. 22,895 – Most receiving yards in a career by Jerry Rice During 20 seasons in the NFL, Jerry Rice, who played for the four teams including the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders holds just about every possible receiving record including most receptions and points scored. The next closest player is Marvin Harrison who hasn’t played football since 2008. 2. 2,857 career goals by Wayne Gretzky After 20 years ...

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  It’s the greatest sporting event in the world! It’s not the Super Bowl or the NBA finals. It’s time for the FIFA World Cup. This event is vastly under rated in the United States but should garner the attention of even the casual sports fan. Here are the top three reasons you should tune in to the World Cup. The Whole World is Watching The World Cup is the single most unifying event in the world. In America we might argue that the Olympics seem more popular and unifying of the world’s culture. This simply isn’t true. Only during the Olympics are swimming, track and field, and gymnastics popular. Every other time of the year no one seeks the swimming championships. The Olympics likely wouldn’t be as big as they are if America and China didn’t participate. They are expensive and generally include elitist athletes, (meaning that the rich ...

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