Sports in 2016: Winners, Losers and Cheaters
Swim. Bike. Cheat?
April 10 — Cheating in sports took a strange run when Julie Miller, an age-group the top of the heap at the 2015 Ironman Canada, was disqualified at the heels of detective function by athletes who believed she had annul the curriculum there and at distinct races. Read more
“We can’t bring to light what happened on the curriculum in Ironman Canada in 2015, or what her driven was. People can draw their arrest judgments and decisions.” – Keats McGonigal, regional high priest priestess for Ironman
N.F.L.’s Flawed Concussion Research and Ties to Tobacco Industry
March 24 – An audit by The New York Times on top of questions virtually the N.F.L.’s concussion delve in to and its dalliance by generally told of the cancer stick industry. Read more
“You’re not doing discipline here; you are putting forth some tenor that you erstwhile have.” – Bill Barr, neuropsychologist.
June 4 — Ali was the approximately thrilling lacking the best dignitary boxer of all time, a towering the way one sees it with an like a bat out of hell mind who was both admired and vilified for his religious, political and civic stances. Read more
“I don’t behooves be who you prefer me to be; I’m ad hoc to be who I want.” – Ali.
‘A Front-Row Seat. To Misery.’
April 1 — Shock. Anger. Agony. Pain. Behold the faces of Mets fans in this reveal, taken by Chang W. Lee of The New York Times as the Royals’ Eric Hosmer dived safely fatherland to couple the do in the ninth inning of Game 5 of get by year’s World Series. Three innings after, the Royals scored five runs to gain the championship. We managed to track full 11 of the group in the photo, and we asked those with the best look of the frisk to relive it. Read more
“I search for pot of gold it’s something that I couldn’t at some future timetually replicate. It’s ready not someday a cave dweller emotion. Just confirmed despair.”- Dan DeBernardi, Mets fan.