2016 SportsPress “SP” Awards Voting Results

Photo Credit: SportsPress These awards were voted on by our writers. Each writer’s vote counted as an amount in accordance to their rank in terms of how many articles they have published on SportsPress. A total of eight writers voted. Each voter voted for three nominees from each category. The lowest ranking voter (8th place) in terms of number of articles written had his 1st place votes … Continue reading 2016 SportsPress “SP” Awards Voting Results

2016 SportsPress “SP” Awards Nominees

Photo Credit: SportsPress These awards will be voted on by our writers. Each writer’s vote counts as an amount in accordance to their rank in terms of the most posts, starting with 1st place having their vote count as the most points, and ending with last place having their vote count as one point. No one will be permitted to vote for themselves or their article(s) in … Continue reading 2016 SportsPress “SP” Awards Nominees

USA Comes Back From Disqualification

Photo Credit: SB Nation The United States women’s track team had a rough day on Thursday when their 4×100 meter relay team dropped the baton, giving them a time of 1:06.71 and disqualifying them. Sad, short story, right? Wrong. A protest by the USA claimed that sprinter Allyson Felix, arguably one of the fastest woman sprinters in the world, was bumped by a Brazilian runner … Continue reading USA Comes Back From Disqualification

14-Year-Old Breaks Record in 800m for Age Group

Photo Credit: flotrack.org Brandon Miller, a 14-year-old from Canada, ran a 1:51.23 800m today, breaking a world record for his age group. He won the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Houston Texas. The prior record was set last September by Jakob Ingebrigsten, who posted a time of 1:52.60. Miller’s opening 400m was 56.41, then negative splitting, going 54.82 in his last lap, even with no competition. With that … Continue reading 14-Year-Old Breaks Record in 800m for Age Group

Predicting Sprint, Middle, and Long Distance Men’s Track Winners

Photo Credit : newswire.com With the Olympics right around the corner, I will try to predict the winners of each race and why I think they will win. This year’s Olympics could be the most challenging one ever with the amount of talent. From young to old anyone can win. Starting with the 100m, I have Jamaican runner Usain Bolt edging out American runner Justin Gatlin. … Continue reading Predicting Sprint, Middle, and Long Distance Men’s Track Winners

Usain Bolt’s Last Olympics

Photo Credit: edition.cnn.com Usain Bolt, the 29-year-old and 6 time Gold medalist from Jamaica, is ready to compete in his last Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil after competing in his 1st Olympics at Athens in 2004 at the age of 17. The world’s fastest human to walk the Earth had a minor set back during the Jamaican Olympic Trials.  He suffered a hamstring … Continue reading Usain Bolt’s Last Olympics

Which Teams Rely on their Hard-Nosed Run Game?

Photo Credit: http://www.latimes.com In this day and age, the game of football has been almost all about the passing game, west coast, vertical concepts, etc. My point? From high school, to college, and to the NFL, a numerous amount of teams have been slowly but surely moving away from the heavy run game and have now been moving towards relying on throwing the football, even if … Continue reading Which Teams Rely on their Hard-Nosed Run Game?