Eliud Kipchoge's sub-two-hour marathon
"Kipchoge completed the challenge with an official time of 1:59:40.2, an average speed of 5.88 metres per second (21.2 km/h; 13.2 mph)." --wikipedia
World swimming (FINA) bans transgender athletes from women’s events
Calibration of this decision
GuerrillaZen Fitness (YouTube channel)
Corrective Exercise + Holistic Health + Injury Prevention + Bio-Optimization + Functional Fitness --channel
backward running as a sport
"Running (aerobic)" is at 350 in TvF.
Why I Stand, by [NBA player] Jonathan Isaac
On July 31, 2020, the Orlando Magic starting forward Jonathan Isaac was the lone NBA player not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league-wide demonstration in support of Black Lives Matter --amazon.com
"a mind-body exercise that requires core stability, strength, and flexibility, and attention to muscle control, posture, and breathing" --wikipedia
Wimbledon banning of Russian players
The All England Club (AELTC) -- the Wimbledon organizers -- said the decision was made to "limit Russia's global influence through the strongest means possible." —espn.com
Points can be scored in several ways: a try, scored by grounding the ball in the in-goal area (between the goal line and the dead-ball line), is worth 5 points and a subsequent conversion kick scores 2 points; a successful penalty kick or a drop goal each score 3 points —Wikipedia
Request: a small, round bag usually filled with plastic pellets or sand, which is kicked into the air as a part of a game or as a display of dexterity.
First openly transgender athlete to win an NCAA Division I national championship --wikipedia
Elliott Hulse (YouTube channel)
strongman, strength coach, CEO Strength Camp. Father, father-figure, mentor to +200000000 men on YouTube --his website. By request.
generic term for a range of bodybuilding supplement products used by athletes and weightlifters to enhance athletic performance. --wikipedia
motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits --wikipedia
first four-minute mile
Roger Bannister: "I was relaxing so much that my mind seems detached from my body" "It was incredible that we can run at this speed without strain" "It was only after the finish that real pain overtook me" (nice request, thanks!)
Personal LoC and social impact. Tennis' current #1 player, and arguably the greatest in history, is being detained ahead of the Australian Open for not being vaccinated. --wikipedia.
National Basketball Association
a rikishi attempts to force his opponent out of a circular ring or into touching the ground with any body part other than the soles of his feet --wikipedia
The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance
A book by Tom Brady, the most successful NFL player in History, that covers his holistic approach to health --by request
Social impact of "arguably [the] greatest golfer of all time, transcending the division of race through the game of golf" --by request
Basketball's greatest player of all time, worth $1.6 billion, according to Forbes.