Category: Sports and Athletic Infographics
There are many yacht clubs in the world but only a few are worthy of being listed as the most exclusive. Whether they have an impressive reputation for winning events or have some of the most notable sailors in the world as members, there is something about these yacht clubs that sets them apart from the rest.
Lifting weights is good for you no matter who you are. Learn all about the myths and facts surrounding female bodybuilding from this infographic from Shelifts.org.
In this infographic, you will discover the most successful jockeys, race horses and breeders in the world right now, along with the biggest purses.
It’s college football season and that means cool fall weather and tailgating. Learn which schools have the most interesting tailgating traditions from this infographic.
Becoming an expert in a field of football transfer was never this easy. Find out all the details about football transfer process in this infographic by Thomas Cook Sports Blog and impress your friends by telling them all the facts they didn’t know.
If you’re thinking of making your cycling a little more competitive, we hope you’ll enjoy this handy graphic, put together by cycleplan Blog, that gives you the lowdown on some of the different options you have.
This infographic, put together by SportsBettingOnline.net, is a go-to reference to learn more about NFL players’ college schools, where they learned how to crush bodies and how they ignored the dorky guys who soon became the next Ian McEwan and Alan Holinghurst.
Unlike other sports, there is no written rule book on surfing. This infographic, created by Total Surfing Fitness, details some important rules on surfing including common surfing lingo and much more.
To celebrate Rory Mcilroy’s recent Open Championship win, the team at Function18 have put together this fun infographic filled with all the latest statistics and facts from Mcilroys Major wins.
The Commonwealth Games are now over and after the amazing closing ceremony, Trophy Store have put together an infographic of different facts and figures from the games held in Glasgow.
Do you participate in marathons? In 2013, more than 1,100 marathons were held in the U.S. with 541,000 finishers—an all-time high. That means 308,400 men and 232,600 women ran 26.2 miles at least once last year. And a record 254,300 of those runners were older than 40.
This infographic from the folks at ForRent.com provides some essential tailgating tips including red party cup measurement, what to bring and pack, tips for grilling and other tailgating needs.
Here we have an infographic from the London based Fishfinger Creative Agency providing illustrations of the very best moments of this year’s World Cup in Brazil.
Being one of the largest international sporting event, the 2014 FIFA World Cup provides marketers with an enormous opportunity to push their brands by incorporating mobile into their campaigns. This coupled with the ever-growing number of mobile devices has resulted in a fan following who is not only glued to their TVs, but also actively following scores and posts from teams and players online. Thus, the 2014 FIFA World Cup is more digital than any other soccer World Cup.