Microsoft revolutionizes the NFL with Microsoft Teams

Microsoft revolutionizes the NFL with Microsoft Teams

REDMOND, Wash. — March 3, 2020 — Microsoft Corp. and the National Football League on Tuesday announced an expansion of their deep technology partnership. The multiyear expansion aims to help the entire NFL, including its coaches and players, be more efficient through enhanced communication and collaboration via Microsoft Surface devices and Microsoft Teams, the hub […]

NBA Legend Kobe Bryant and Eight others die in a California Helicopter Crash

NBA Legend Kobe Bryant and Eight others die in a California Helicopter Crash

The retired NBA player Kobe Bryant, daughter and seven other people died in a helicopter crash in southern California on the 26th of January 2020. Kobe Bryant was a five-time NBA champion and an 18 time All-Star who was 41 when he died. Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter Gianna was also confirmed dead on the flight as […]

WWC: Next Three Weeks

The next three weeks promises to be fun whether you are a spectator in the stadiums or cheering your teams from your living rooms.

WWC: Next Three Weeks

By Vincent Ekeh June 16, 2019 The FIFA women world cup is underway. The next three weeks we will see the remaining of the original 24 nation teams battle in France to become the champions of women’s soccer. Four million dollars and four years of being champions awaits the victors. The games will be played […]

A Showcase for Western Leadership in Gender Equality: The Women’s World Cup

All hail “The Beautiful Game” – on display for the next month in France!  

A Showcase for Western Leadership in Gender Equality:  The Women’s World Cup

As the Women’s World Cup is about to commence, ABC’s Wide World of Sports aptly characterized the spectacle of sport as “the human drama of athletic competition”; but nowadays it is the unfortunate politicization of sport that should command our attention.  Winning at international sport has always bolstered national pride.  But some nations have misappropriated […]

Putin’s World Cup: Its role in the long game

The World Cup does not exist in a vacuum and it is but a piece on Putin’s board.

Putin’s World Cup: Its role in the long game

Putin plays chess. His years in the KGB taught him patience and planning.  He plays the long game, he positions his pieces and waits for the perfect moment to strike. The World Cup has proven to be an outstanding publicity coup for Putin.  It was foreshadowed with fear for attendee’s safety.  British media and UK officials […]

Putin’s World Cup Miscalculation

Putin’s World Cup Miscalculation

Media pundits and geopolitical scholars have compared Putin’s World Cup to Hitler’s 1936 Berlin Olympics, asserting that the global spectacle of the World Cup is primarily a propaganda effort by Putin’s Russia.  Indeed, the Sochi Olympic Games were just held in 2014, and Putin sought to grandstand his nation through a deceitful athlete doping and […]

Why Soccer is Still Not a Prime Time Sport in the U.S.

It is quite possible that soccer will eventually make it to the U.S. mainstream.

Why Soccer is Still Not a Prime Time Sport in the U.S.

Soccer has an estimated 4 billion fans around the world, while American football doesn’t even crack the top 10 most popular sports worldwide. There are 234 international soccer teams (207 are recognized by FIFA), while there are only approximately 60 professional teams worldwide that play American football. The numbers are clear: soccer is the most […]

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