Who invented Fencing?

Nov 29th, 2008 | By

Fencing is a combat sport in which two participants test their skills in a duel using weapons made of blades as thin as foils which look like long thin swords. Cordouan Gonzalo in 1510 is believed to have invented the art of fencing as we know it today. Fencing is known to have been practiced
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Is WWE wrestling real oe fake?

Oct 2nd, 2008 | By

We all love some kind of action and therefore, sports like wrestling and kickboxing are today one of the most watched sports on television. Wrestling has a long history and there is still no end to it because you can still find millions of people who love watching wrestlers bashing each other inside the ring.
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Who invented baseball?

Sep 19th, 2008 | By

Alexander Joy Cartwright invented the modern form of baseball that we see today. The earliest publication on baseball was in 1774 in England. Baseball is adapted from the English game of rounders. The Invention In 1845, Alexander Joy Cartwright from New York, first came up with the idea of the game and the baseball field.
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Who invented basketball?

Aug 12th, 2008 | By

Dr. James Naismith, who was a Canadian physical instructor and a teacher at YMCA training school in Massachusetts, invented the game of basketball. Invented in the year 1891, basketball was then known as ‘Basket Ball’. The Invention Dr. James Naismith was given the task of inventing a new indoor game to keep a class of
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Who invented Frisbee?

Aug 7th, 2008 | By

A Frisbee is a plastic concave disc which is widely used for playing between two or more players by spinning it to the other person with the flick of the wrist. It has a diameter of 20-25 cms and is used as a recreation toy or at competitions. The Frisbee is said to have been
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How are snooker balls made?

Jul 29th, 2008 | By

Snooker balls are colored balls that are used to play cue games of snooker. Previous to the development of the modern snooker balls, the material used was wood and ivory. But these materials were not fit enough and something alternate had to be discovered. The breakthrough was achieved in 1870 by Dr. John Wesley. Dr.
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Who invented Golf?

Jun 16th, 2008 | By

Golf is an ancient ball game that makes use of different types of clubs in order to hit the balls into each hole at a golf course. Though the origins of this game is highly debatable with references being traced back to Roman empire and even Chinese empires, the modern game of golf originated in
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How to keep score in Tennis?

Jun 6th, 2008 | By

Tennis is one of the most popular international games that are played in the present days. The winner of a tennis match is generally determined by analyzing the results of three or five sets. The scoring process of tennis is different from many other games and someone who wants to understand the game need to
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How did the Modern Olympics begin?

Jun 6th, 2008 | By

Olympics Games is one of the most prestigious athletic events of that happen after a gap of 4 years. These games are based on the Ancient Greek games that were also organized to show the prowess of the athletes. Excavations show that Olympia hosted the games in the ancient times. The modern games were organized
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