Sports


Chastity in the sporting world

Katie Hinderer | 06 September 2012

Tim Tebow is the type of sports figure we should admire. Forget the ones living with celebrity-models. Tebow’s the real deal.


Do we admire integrity or the medal?

Katie Hinderer | 20 August 2012

Cameron van der Burgh, who took the gold medal in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke event, breaking a record in the process? What makes his story even more interesting… he admitted to cheating in order to secure his position at the top of the podium.


Tim Tebow’s the kind of sports role model we need

Katie Hinderer | 13 December 2011
But his ability to turn a game around in the 4th quarter is not what has critics in a tizzy. It’s the fact that through it all he has remained a spiritual and seemingly well-balanced and grounded guy.

Professional sports in the age of Twitter

Katie Hinderer | 30 January 2011
But the random Twitter and Facebook comments of fans who were doing their best to rile up Packers fans until the moment we knew lost was inevitable aren’t as interesting as the tweets teammates, fellow football players and commentators were posting to the web. Suddenly Cutler’s injury was a thing of disgrace.
 
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