Week 2 left us with no shortage of storylines; from questionable rulings, laughable gaffs, and a few WTF moments from the Sunday nighter, we’ve got it all for you in this week’s Sunday Sprint. Las Vegas Raiders 26- Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Pittsburgh wasted no time backing the Corvette out of the win column with aContinue reading “Sunday Sprint Week 2”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! NFL season is back and that means no team is safe from the Sprint, now let’s get to running… Seahawks Seattle 28- Indianapolis Colts 16 Tell me if you’ve heard this story before: Russel Wilson goes on a heater for 8 weeks, Seahawks fans insist this isContinue reading “Sunday Sprint Week 1”
The National Women’s Hockey League announced a rebrand heading into their seventh season. It was reported on Monday night by Marisa Ingemi of the Seattle Times, followed by the league’s Tuesday announcement to make it official. They took on a new name, the Premier Hockey Federation to solidify change within the federation as a whole.Continue reading “The NWHL Becomes the Premier Hockey Federation in Rebrand”
The Canadian Open may have finished several weeks ago, but the young Canadians are still taking over this Open. In what has been one of the most scintillating US Opens in recent history, the Canadian representation at this Grand Slam has not disappointed. If you ever had any doubts about the future of Canadian tennis,Continue reading “An Eventful US Open: The Future of Canadian Tennis is Here”
After speculation and anticipation, the NHL and the NHLPA have come to an agreement with the IIHF which is set to send NHLers to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China. This will be the sixth time that the NHL has participated in the Games. While the NHL has built the Olympic break intoContinue reading “The NHL is Headed to Beijing!”
The opening round of the Women’s World Hockey Championships in Calgary, Alberta is now complete. The last time this usually annual tournament was played was in April 2019 when the USA beat Finland for the gold medal. Canada finished in third. The first week of the tournament has given fans plenty of exciting stories andContinue reading “Women’s World Hockey Championships: Preliminary Round Recap”
Henrik Lundqvist, the beloved New York Rangers goaltender, made the announcement on Friday morning that he would officially be retiring from professional ice hockey. After 15 years with the Rangers and 887 games played, Lundqvist took to Twitter to thank all of the fans, the city of New York, and the National Hockey League, sayingContinue reading “Henrik Lundqvist Retires”
Alongside the first turn chaos and an unbelievable race, Esteban Ocon captured his first Formula One race win. It was an unexpectedly interesting race that many thought would be boring due to the difficulty to overtake at the Hungaroring. It all began with the first rainy start of the season. We have been teased allContinue reading “Hungarian Grand Prix Recap”
Round 1 In the first round, Austrian Sepp Straka finished at the top of the leaderboard with an -8 (63). He shot a bogey free round. The weather of the first round was rather humid and soggy. The first round also had a two hour weather delay. Straka was out with the first group avoidingContinue reading “Olympics Men’s Golf Recap”
One of the most anticipated events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games was the women’s all-around gymnastics final. With 2016 champion and 2020 favourite, Simone Biles out of the competition, it was anyone’s gold to win. In the first rotation, USA’s Jade Carey and Sunisa Lee put up impressive scores on vault with a 15.200Continue reading “Women’s Gymnastics All-Around Final Recap”
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