The Most Unforgettable Sporting Accidents

We have put together a list of the most unforgettable sporting accidents including dislocations, brain damage and severed arteries.

The infographic takes a look at some of the worst sporting injuries of all time, but highlights the sheer determination and hard work of the athletes as they return to the sport they are most passionate about.


Spend It Like Beckham have a look at the world of football from a financial perspective. Which club brings in the most money? Who are the wealthiest players? What are the largest transfer fees of all time? Who are the most expensive players accumulatively and which clubs are most in the red? Take a gander to find out the answers to these questions:

2014 FIFA World Cup – What You Need to Know

Football (soccer) enthusiasts around the world are eagerly waiting for the onset of the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil from June 12 to July 13. While anything is possible, all pointers are that Brazil will win this edition. This year’s world cup games are unique in many aspects and this could explain why many people are looking forward to it.

Did you know that only 8 countries have managed to take the world cup home since its inception of the tournament? These countries include the 2014 host Brazil, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, England, Argentina and Uruguay. FIFA and other organizers of this event believe that the viewership of the 2014 world cup finals will surpass the one billion mark after recording 715.3 million and 909.6 billion viewers in the 2006 and 2010 respectively.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will make history as the first tournament where goal line technology is used. Furthermore, fans for the first time got an opportunity to help in the naming of the official ball for the tournament called Brazuca. Addidas remains the official supplier of the balls to the tournament since they won the contract on 1970.

In terms of cost, ridiculous amounts were spent in construction and renovation of the stadia. The figure stands at $3.5 billion that is thrice the amount spent in South Africa in 2010. This amount can send you to space approximately 14,000 times. If you intend to watch the games in person, then you must be ready to spend like never before.

On average, a hotel room will cost you $282 on the opening day in Sao Paulo and $371 on final day at Rio de Janeiro. Even more amazing is that a 50-minute flight between these two cities will set you back $514. The average ticket cost across the tournament is $1,345.

If you decide to travel to Brazil for the live games then you need to cunning to save some money. Carryout research online to find hotels that offers the best deals. Travel with company as this will help you save some money on hotel expenditure. KNCRT will help you stay in contact with family and friend through free calls and keep you update on what matters on the ground.

Super Bowl Snack Hacks

Super Bowl and snacking go hand-in-hand, but what people don’t know are the seemingly endless variations of those “Super Snacks” and the “Super Stats” that come with them.

For example, did you know that 1.23 billion wing portions or 14,500 tons of potato chips are consumed during the Super Bowl? Or that an average person who have to run 49 football fields to burn off just two handful of potato chips? Wow!

But don’t give up on the snacks yet – after all its the Super Bowl! We have 3 super favorite snacks to make your party a super success, try them and enjoy!

The Cost of Super Bowl Commercials

It’s time for the Super Bowl again. One of the biggest annual television events in the entire United States. Each year, the Super Bowl draws well over 100 million viewers, but no everyone is watching for the game itself. Many tune in solely for the brand new commercials being churned out by some of the biggest players in advertising. The real point of contention is weather you’re getting the best bang for your buck advertising this demographic during the Super Bowl or if there is a better campaign that will yield greater returns. We broke down how much these marketing giants are investing to reach America’s largest single television audience in this surprising infographic.

Strained Sports: Injuries in Athletes

This infographic will take a look at which sports cause the most injuries, and how common those injuries are. It will examine a few court cases related to sports injuries. Which teams have had the most injuries in the past? All of this and more will be explained in this infographic.