20 Inspirational Female Athletes Who Won… In a “Man’s Sport”

With a number of women’s sports leagues, we often don’t think about women competing directly against men in the sports world. However, it has happened in the past, and it continues to happen today. Women coach men’s sports teams at the school level, and there are women in sports management positions. And, while we don’t see too many women competing directly against men, it does happen. Here are 20 inspirational female athletes who have held their own going up against men:

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The Ultimate Fan’s Guide to World Cup 2010 on the Web

The 2010 FIFA World Cup soccer event in South Africa represents a colossal effort in sports management. If you’re interested in a sport management career, or if you’re just an avid (read: obsessed) soccer fan, you’ll want to know more about stadiums, ticket sales, fan reactions, and more. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of 50 websites, wikis, iPhone apps, video,s and more that can answer your questions about the who, what, when, where, how, and why for this year’s ultimate soccer competition. Continue reading

50 Unbelievable Sports Clips on YouTube Worth Watching

Sports professionals, fans, enthusiastic, and fanatics alike – one thing is certain; watching some of the greatest and most memorable plays of all time never gets old. If you have a little extra time on your hands, you might want to watch some sports bloopers, amazing extreme sports, and some of the best football tackles ever made. No need to spend time searching, though, as we’ve already compiled a list of 50 unbelievable sports clips from YouTube by category. Just don’t try any of these tricks at home. Continue reading

25 Must-Have Kindle e-Books and Subscriptions for Sports Fans

Thanks to Kindle fans, Amazon sales were up 42 percent over the holidays. Keeping stride with their electronic readership, Amazon now provides over 410,000 books for its electronic book reader in the Amazon Kindle Store. We waded through these offers to bring the best sports fan collections straight to your Kindle.

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Top 50 Sports Business Blogs

Learn how to run a sports fantasy business, gain a footing in network marketing, and spruce up your sponsorship skills through the top 50 sports business blogs listed below. The majority of these blogs have been around for many years, and all of them are updated on a regular basis. No matter if you want to break into the sports business, or if you already are knee-deep in sports economics and public relations, you may find some bits of wisdom from newbies, peers, and elders in the sports business.

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Top 50 Blogs for Sports Agents & Sports Managers

Sports agents and sports managers need to be well-connected and up-to-date in order to do the best job possible. However, with so much going on, it can be difficult to keep up. The good news is that, whether you want to learn about being a better agent or manager, understand the laws and restrictions that apply, or if you just want to keep up with the latest trade rumors, there are blogs to help you. Indeed, technology has made it possible for bloggers to get the news out about the latest happenings in the world of sports. Here are 50 blogs to follow if you are looking for the inside scoop on sports related issues.

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Top 25 Free iPhone Apps for Sports Fanatics

Are you a sports fanatic who has thirsted for more iPhone sports apps? You might be surprised at the number of apps that have come online over the past few months, and they all seem geared toward a person who loves any type of sports, no matter if it’s from the couch or on the field. The following list of twenty-five apps for sports fanatics holds enough variety to keep you busy for months…or years.

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50 Free Open Courseware Classes for Sports Fanatics

Are you a sports fanatic? No matter if you like to watch or play sports, or if you plan to enter a field of sports or sports medicine, you might want to learn more about sports and this field through higher learning. You might like this effort even more if it were free – and that’s the purpose behind Open Courseware. The following 50 open courseware classes for sports fanatics won’t cost you a cent.

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7 Excellent Twitter Tools for Sports Fans

As twitter has emerged as one of the most powerful micro-blogging, social media sites, it is becoming more and more prevalent to “follow” accounts based on your preferences. For example, you can follow various Twitter accounts for news, entertainment, technology information, and more. This is no different for sports fans, who want up-to-the-minute updates on their favorite games and players. Twitter is a great way to get connected. These helpful Twitter tools allow you to search and find accounts based on your favorite teams and sports, as well as interact and get involved with the flow of information. With the help of these tools, you won’t miss a beat.

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Top 6 iPhone Apps for Sports Fanatics

For sports fanatics everywhere, the iPhone is making it possible to bring the game right to your fingertips. From checking scores to listening and watching live to even updating your fantasy teams, there is an iPhone app for everything. You no longer have to worry if you’re not in front of a TV to watch the game; now you can have live updates, scores, and more right at your fingertips. These six apps will turn your iPhone into your very own mobile sports center. Continue reading

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