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Redefining sports – Take 2!

I previously blogged about redefining sports with an endzone touchdown flip that has to be seen to be believed… Today’s blog post is similar, this time involving an ice hockey player who headed a pass like a soccer/football player. If the link doesn’t work, cut and paste this into your browser: What’s going on […]

Redefining Sports

Every once in a while an athlete does something out of the ordinary that begs the question… Will this change the sport? I always wondered why this tactic wasn’t used before to SCORE touchdowns when the celebration AFTERWARDS showed the ability to jump this high… Time will tell if this will become “business as usual” […]

Antimimeticisomorphism: A Golf Example

I know you always look forward to the antimimeticisomorphism series of blog posts, this one won’t disappoint.

Antimimeticisomorphism: An Ice Hockey Example

This blog celebrates sports and its athletes’ achievements. This short video is one of those examples where the laws of physics seem to be twisted into a knot. Watch how this 9-year old scores this goal. You’ll be rewinding it over and over again in amazement. I once played with someone who had a similar […]