On September 21 of each year, we celebrate the sport on Miniature Golf Day. Miniature golf is far older than most people would think. It can be traced back to the mid-1800s and the Old Course at St. Andrews. Women were prohibited from playing golf in those days because it was unladylike. The Ladies Putting […]
General Sports Archive
If it's not one of the major sports, it likely falls into our general sports coverage here.
We feature inspiring sports stories at all age levels from various sports along with some reference materials you may find useful.
World Bicycle Day is celebrated on June 3 each year. The U.N. General Assembly adopted World Bicycle Day in 2018. On this day, we celebrate bicycles’ utility and the joy of riding. To commemorate reading this article, go for a nice bike ride. World Bicycle Day FAQs Here are frequently asked questions about World Bicycle […]
Every April 23, we celebrate Play Tennis Day. The earliest form of tennis started in France in the 1200s. Players used their hands instead of racquets. Modern Day Tennis has roots back in England in the mid-1800s. Augurio Perera and Harry Gem invented the sport of tennis. Col. Walter Wingfield patented the game in 1874. […]
Our Best Ted Lasso Moments video tribute will have you craving more appearances by the ultimate fish out of the water, Coach Ted Lasso. By this point, you know that Ted puts people above wins and makes up for his lack of futbol know-how with his folksy charm, people skills, optimism, and biscuits for the […]
National Disc Golf Day is celebrated on the first Saturday of August each year. We have the Minnesota Professional Disc Golf Association to thank for National Disc Golf Day. In August, the founders chose this date to commemorate the American Flying Disc Open. A well-known tournament that has hundreds of participants. August was also when […]
Yes, there is a World Fly Fishing Day. Some people believe fly fishing is a mythical experience. As they stand fishing in a stream, their mind wanders, and their cares disappear. The idea is to encourage women and men who fly fish to all fish together in one day. World Fly Fishing Day allows fly […]
International Tabletop Day is celebrated on the first Saturday of June each year. This year the day falls on Saturday, June 4, 2022. This is a special day to celebrate the games we play on the tabletop. But, it also honors the web series “Tabletop” hosted by Will Wheaton and Felicia Day. Wheaton and Day […]
Premier League Cheers and Chants have become an integral part of the game of futbol for most fans. One of the most significant aspects of soccer is the fan culture. The fans create great environments with cheers and chants throughout every game. The great benefit is a packed stadium with an atmosphere players dream of. […]
National Bowling Day is celebrated on the second Saturday in August each year. For 2022, National Bowling Day falls on Saturday, August 13. FAQs Here are frequently asked questions about National Bowling Day. How do I celebrate National Bowling Day? Go bowling! Call your friends and organize a day at the lanes. You can rent […]
We have the National Football Leagues Players Association to thank for National Jersey Day. The Association wanted to create a day where fans could celebrate their favorite players and teams. It was established that the first Friday in November would be an appropriate day since it is close to the middle of the NFL season. […]
Ted Lasso is a classic fish-out-of-water story. He’s an American Division II football coach who is recruited under false pretenses to coach a professional football club in England. Despite his rudimentary knowledge of the game of soccer, Lasso finds success with his humble and kind approach to coaching and dealing with people. These inspirational and […]
André the Giant was many things, but most of all, he was an icon. Literally larger than life, André commanded attention everywhere he went. When he entered the room, everything stopped. Conversations ended, eyes moved to him, and time stood still. He was a commanding presence. But it was far more than his size. It […]