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!
Interesting infographic from Nursing-School-Rankings that uncovers the truths about some famous athletes diets and some of their really unusual eating habits.
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.
Learn how the world’s best tennis players win time and time again, then see them play live at the biggest tennis tournaments in the world.
NCAA Top 75 Basketball Players of All Time Infographic. Top 25 Teams selected by the NCAA
Check out this infographic from Casino.org to see some of the biggest upsets in sports history. The odds were staggering, but the payouts were even more unbelievable!
At the start of the tennis season some of my friends were claiming that Federer was at the end of his career. ‘He is just too old, ‘he’s not challenged enough’,’I would quit now with all the glory on my shoulders…’ were just some of the sentences I used to hear. But then Roger surprised the world by winning his seventh Wimbledon and became number 1 again. Then I thought: this is something only the biggest stars can achieve, and started designing the infographic. I think data speaks by itself and now there is no doubt that, so far, Roger Federer is the best tennis player of all time.
The importance of proper athletic shoes for conditioning and performance has always been an important aspect of sports. However, for many years there were no improvements in footwear. In early years, runners for instance, did not use shoes at all. It was not until the 1970s that more interest began to spark whereafter the market allowed for better technology to support testing to innovate and increase performance with an athletic shoe.
Take a jog into history to view the earliest and latest developments in the evolution of the athletic shoe.