Category: Sports and Athletic Infographics

NASCAR Racing: Martinsville

NASCAR Racing: Martinsville

April 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The Martvinsville 500 is one of the most exciting events on the NASCAR calendar. As the only track to host the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series every year since 1949, the Martinsville 500 truly is a NASCAR event unlike any other. This infographic dips into the rich history of the race, its biggest winners and the tech of modern a modern NASCAR vehicle.

How To Select A Tactical Knife

How To Select A Tactical Knife

April 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Knife Hog has launched an infographic titled “How To Select A Tactical Knife” which displays all of the components of tactical knives including different types of blades and some of the best uses. As self Defense and safety awareness is a growing popular topic, this infographic will help readers select the right knife so they can be prepared for any situation.

Adidas Tennis Shoes and Apparel

Adidas Tennis Shoes and Apparel

March 31, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Adidas tennis shoes have been very popular among all tennis players, both professional and amateur, since the first pair of Adidas shoes created specifically for the sport of tennis was introduced in the early 1960s. Based in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Germany, Adidas tennis apparel has become the second largest sports apparel company in the world.

Fun 5K Training Ideas

Fun 5K Training Ideas

March 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

By strengthening your body in a few different areas you can really get a better overall fitness that can help you in whatever endeavor you undertake. Balance is key, it doesn’t matter how much power you can muster if it’s put in the wrong direction and you end up on your hind end. Grip is important for obstacle races in order to keep you up and over instead of in the mud. Core strength and endurance can help keep you going during the long hard sections.

Champions League – Now That’s a Fact!

Champions League – Now That’s a Fact!

March 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Champions League is about to hit us once again and if you want to be the wise guy down at the pub or just learn some fairly unknown facts about Champions League, you should check this infographic out.

XXII Olympic Winter Games

XXII Olympic Winter Games

March 5, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The medals have been awarded and the athletes have arrived home, but the post-Sochi buzz is still fresh. MediaMiser collected more than 4 million tweets on the Games to determine who were the most popular athletes (the top three were all American), which events got the most buzz, and which of the many spectacular venues were the most popular.

The History of Motocross Racing

The History of Motocross Racing

March 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

A lot of people don’t realize where the sport of Motocross came from. Many would be shocked to know that the first motorcycle was actually just a velocipede with a motor. Motocross has come a long way over the years and it turning into one of the most popular sports around the world.

It Pays to Play

It Pays to Play

February 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Sports Management Degrees has created an infographic detailing just how important being active in a sport can be – even into adulthood. There is no disputing the fact that sports are good for you at any age, however, less than 5% of adults participate in 30 minutes of activity each day. This infographic outlines popular sports, and how each of these may be the key to unlocking a happier, healthier you.

Mad About March Madness

Mad About March Madness

February 25, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Are you mad about NCAA Basketball’s March Madness? Learn about how and when it all started in this infographic by SBO, including the bracket structure of East vs West NCAA divisions, the odds of predicting a perfect bracket, and the top 5 NCAA College Basketball players of all time.

Missing by One Degree In Tennis

Missing by One Degree In Tennis

February 20, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

One of the reasons why the game of tennis is so demanding is because even a very small change in the racquet head angle can produce quite a big change of where the ball will land on the other side. To better illustrate the point, this infographic from FeelTennis shows you by how much you miss your desired target if the racquet’s angle if off by only one degree.

Engineering the Sochi Winter Olympics

Engineering the Sochi Winter Olympics

February 19, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

With the XXII Winter Games upon us, it is important to understand the engineering complexities that go into creating such a remarkable event. Expectations are high for each Olympic games, with over 6,000 athletes competing this winter from 85 countries in front of thousands of spectators. The costs of developing effective transportation systems, comfortable housing for athletes and coaches, and state of the art venues for the highest level of competition are remarkable.

What’s That Sport Called Again?

What’s That Sport Called Again?

February 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Every two years we turn on our t.v.’s to some surprisingly obscure Olympic sports. In the following infographic from Sports-Management-Degrees.com, here’s what you need to know to keep you entertained from curling to trampoline.

Which Winter Olympic Sport Should I Try?

Which Winter Olympic Sport Should I Try?

February 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Aspiring to become a Winter Olympian and unsure of which sport to dedicate your life to? Use this flow chart created by Sports Unlimited to help you hone in on your calling and start training for your dream.

Are You Safe in Sochi?

Are You Safe in Sochi?

February 11, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

It’s a high stakes game of life and death. Terrorists have vowed to disrupt the winter Olympic games; while Russia has more than 200,000 military, police and secret service agents at the ready to safeguard the athletes and visitors. If you’re planning to attend, this infographic shows you what you should know.