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.
The much-anticipated Sochi Winter Olympics Games are here, and soon the entire nation will be glued to their TVs cheering on Shaun White, Mikaela Shiffrin and the rest of Team USA. While watching these athletes compete is entertaining in and of itself, knowing the academics behind the games can be just as fascinating.
In this infographic, we analyze the educational backgrounds of the top medal-producing countries and our favorite Team USA athletes. We also outline the physics behind some of the most popular Winter Olympic sports.
So join us in honoring the hard work, both physically and academically, these Olympians put into competing, and let the games begin!
Back pain is one of the most common reasons people—especially athletes—visit doctors. Some sort of injury is almost inevitable for any athlete; even young, healthy athletes have a 25% chance of getting one. Sports injuries are always a threat, but with the Olympics underway, now’s a perfect time to bring them into the spotlight.
Have you ever wondered why Underwater Swimming and Live Pigeon Shooting aren’t in the Olympics? Well they used to be, alongside many other crazy sports.