Articles in the category Social Sports

Cam Newton Weighs In On Kaepernick; Sounds Like Miss America Contestant

Colin Kaepernick made a lot of people mad a few days ago when he refused to stand during the national anthem. The intentional sit was his way of showing solidarity for the black community which he believes have been recently oppressed by the United States. Here’s Stephen Colbert explaining the controversy better than I ever […]

Tim Tebow Doesn’t Look Bad On A Baseball Field

Tim Tebow has gone down in history as one of the worst first round picks in the NFL, but Tim Tebow the baseball player is only beginning. Quite a few professional athletes have transitioned into professional baseball. Most notably Michael Jordan. But Bo Jackson was actually pretty good at playing both (then again, he’s something […]

The Daily Beast Olympic Grindr Article Comes Under Fire

It’s common knowledge that the Olympic village gets a little saucy, and who can blame the athletes? They’re physical specimens in the prime of their lives, and sex is, after all, on the bottom of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Tinder in the Olympic village has been famous for the past few Olympic games and a […]

The Rio Olympic Commentators Aren’t Exactly Olympians

The Olympic Commentators have caught a lot of heat already about being sexist and not being experts on the sports on which they’re commenting. And while you have to hold them accountable for the sexism standards, you can’t blame them for not knowing too much about the sports. I mean how many certified fencing experts […]

Grover and More Fans Cheer for Team Refugee in the 2016 Olympics

This 2016 Olympics, the entire world welcomes Team Refugee, a team comprising of  six men and four women from different nationalities who have had to flee their motherlands in the face of strife and conflict. (In fact, Yusra Mardini, a courageous woman who tirelessly swam for three and a half hours pushing a boat carrying her […]

Is Rio Ready For The Olympics?

We’re rapidly approaching the Rio Olympics as the opening ceremony begins on the 5th of August. It seems that before every Olympic Games there are questions about whether the city is ready for the upcoming games. In Beijing there was a lot of speculation about if the pollution in the city would be under control […]