Common Ice Hockey Injuries

Ice hockey has a long and illustrious history. It originated in Canada in the mid-1800s as the brainchild of James G. Creighton. By 1877, McGill University in Montreal, Canada, organized the first official hockey team. Ice hockey made its way across the pond with the first European hockey games being held at the Prince’s Skating Club in Knightsbridge, England. In 1908, three years after the first international games between Belgium and France, the International Ice Hockey Federation was formed.

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The Low-Down on Lacrosse: Its Benefits, Gameplay, and Roots

Lacrosse is a team sport that has its roots in Native American traditions. The game originally went by several names among the Native American tribes in the part of the North American continent that is now Canada, and it had both practical and spiritual applications. When European settlers arrived, they adopted the game as their own and turned it into the sport we know today.

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Recreational Baseball Leagues: Why You Should Play

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At some point in their lives, most men have loved baseball. Most of us even played Little League, and some of us were even standout athletes on our schools’ baseball teams. However, only a small percentage of us when on to play for a living, and very few of us even play for fun anymore. But why don’t we? Baseball is undoubtedly one of the greatest sports ever played, and there’s a lot to be said for joining a recreational league.

If you’re feeling doubtful, keep reading to discover all the reasons joining an adult baseball league is right for you.

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Irish Champions Day Attracts Derby Winner Australia

Australia’s appearance on Saturday in the Irish Champion Stakes has given the inaugural Irish Champions Day a big boost. The Derby winner is the warm odds-on favourite to win the 1m2f contest at Leopardstown and he should be able to get the job done once again to seal his fourth Group One success of his career.

There may be tougher tests to come for Australia later this year with the Arc and British Champions Stakes both likely targets. However, he will have to overcome The Grey Gatsby and Mukhadram who both have picked up Group One victories of their own this season.

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Away From the Golf Course: Create a Practice Plan in the Privacy of Your Own Home

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It’s every golfer’s dream to spend each day on the greens, but those who can’t make daily trips due to price, weather, or life responsibilities, assume the hunched position at home, practicing with whiffle balls, nets, and electronic devices while daydreaming about making outdoor rounds.

Whiffle Balls

Golfers use the balls indoors for putting practice. Being incredibly light, the balls attract wind resistance, so one can hit at full speed.

Golf Nets

Taking a full swing in a small yard is no good, so a number of avid golfers buy nets. That way, they can swing away without worrying about affecting those around them or losing balls. Nets come in a variety of sizes and shapes, with some that look more like baseball cages, allowing golfers to take notice of ball trajectory.

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