Sports and Athletic Infographics



March Madness Basketball Tournament

Here comes March Madness once again. Who do you think will be hailed as champion this year? Whether it’s your favorite team or not, it doesn’t matter. After all, it’s all about supporting our favorite teams and enjoying the games (or maybe the bracket challenge). Here are some interesting facts about March Madness from Team Sports.

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NASCAR’s Toughest Tracks

NASCAR isn't just about driving fast and turning left. Race tracks like the Daytona International Speedway and Martinsville Speedway are difficult enough that even professional drivers often can't finish. This infographic from HalloweenCostumes.com looks at five of...

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How To Read A Wave

Learning how to read a wave in surfing is a difficult skill that only comes with practice. Check out this infographic from Cornish Wave Mobile Surf School on how to read a wave for all the information and tips you need.

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MLS Championships

Isn’t it interesting how MLS became one of the world’s most celebrated sports league? If you would research MLS history, you’d probably be amazed about how they get through all the hardships during their initial stages. Thankfully, they persevered. Imagine if MLS didn’t survive? We don’t want that to happen, right?

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Picking the Perfect Pair of Trail Running Shoes

This infographic by RunnerClick showcases 10 simple steps to picking the perfect pair of trail running shoes. Getting outside is good for the body and soul, but trail running without the proper shoes can put you at risk of injury. The infographic explains the role of support and heel to toe drop as well as durability in the process of picking the perfect trail running shoes.

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Men’s Buyers Guide: 5 Gymshark Must Haves

To get the best out of your gym session, it is important to be wearing the most appropriate and suitable fitness clothes. Check out the following infographic by CheckMeowt outlining 5 must haves from Gymshark for a typical workout session during the week. You can also save some extra money by making full use of a Gymshark discount code.

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Statistics of 2016 American Marathon

Are you interested in marathon running? If affirmative, this infographic will introduce you to the statistics regarding US marathons in 2016 and in the past. It shows the top 10 US states with the most marathons and the top 3 fastest finish times for men and women. You will read more about the increasing number of female participants in the recent years and what the top 10 fastest and slowest average finish times are.

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How to Pick the Best Compression Socks for Running

This infographic reveals why you should wear compression running socks and how your body will benefit from them. Find out how beneficial are compression socks for running and what their advantages for your body are. What is more, you will read interesting facts about the compression running socks related to their advantages and how beneficial they are for your body and comfort.

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How to Flip a Football Field

Before the first touchdown, before kickoff, in fact even before the first fan enters the stadium, the game has already begun. Maintaining the sports stadiums that host the 32 teams of the National Football League is a full-time sport all its own. Here’s a look at what goes into flipping a football field and keeping the grass green long after summer ends, and just how those end zone graphics are kept so freshly painted week after week.

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Famous Vegetarian Professional Athletes

Many would assume that athletes mainly eat meat to fuel their bodies with energy and strength. This may be true, however, that’s not always the case. Did you know that there are some athletes who are vegetarians? And guess what, they’re no ordinary athletes—they are famous and masters of their craft. Here are some of them in an infographic from Team Sports.

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10 Fun Hockey Facts

Hockey, just like other sports, has many interesting stories. Have you heard about the famous hockey prank in 1974? What about the first woman to play in NHL? Brace yourself, here are some interesting facts about hockey in an infographic by Team Sports.

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History of the Olympics

The original Olympic Games were mainly a part of a religious festival to honor the father of the Greek gods and goddesses, Zeus. It was first held in 776 B.C.E. in Olympia, hence, the name “Olympics.” In 394 C.E., the Roman Emperor, Theodosius I, abolished Olympic Games suspecting they were an idolatrous event. It was only in 1894 that the idea of having Olympic Games was revived.

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