Showing posts with category "sports economics"

Star Football Player Wages Economically Straining for Club Finances

Some astonishing revelations about player wagers have come out as of late, and with the FIFA fair play rules in place, some clubs that could afford certain superstars just cannot take the risk in the current economic climate of the sport.

March 18, 2021
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sports

Santini Looking For Revenge In The Cheltenham Gold Cup This Year

The nature of a dramatic finish like we saw in last year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup is such that for all the adulation and ecstasy experienced by the winner, there is always a horse, jockey and trainer that must settle for second place and the pain of coming so close yet just being pipped at the line.

January 29, 2021
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horse racing

Variety of Depositing Methods in Online Casinos

One of the most important features to check when joining an online casino is the variety of deposit methods.

January 20, 2021
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gambling

The Sports Lover’s Guide to Life

If you’re a serious sports fan, you see the world a little bit differently while the coronavirus has put sports to a halt. Not everyone can understand why a person would be intensely loyal to a team full of strangers; not everyone can understand why playing a sport in high school, college, or even the pros would mean so much to some of us. That's something we can't do right now while COVID-19 ravages the world. Being really into sports means different things to different people, but it’s easy to recognize the sports-obsessed. They’re the ones waking up early to […]

October 27, 2020
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sports economics

How to Win in the World of Chance

We genuinely live in a world of chance. Now, this is present in all aspects of our lives. It is seen in the ovarian lottery to those who are born to rich people and in those who are not. We can notice this with those who have strong skill sets and knowledge in one area, while others can complement them in another place. All of it has a bit to do with the notion of chance, and everyone aims to increase the chances of winning by taking the right steps and making the right decisions. Now, of course, this is […]

October 22, 2020
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sports economics

Choosing the right soccer cleats

As a soccer athlete, there are a lot of aspects that go into your success on the field. These include things like the right lifestyle and proper training. But people often overlook how important the right shoes are for the game. Without the right shoes, you are going to be facing a definitive disadvantage every time you go out to practise or play. It's very much analogous to constantly having to run a bit uphill. Slight differences in quality can really make or break your game at that clutch moment. It's also very important to analyze which cleat is the […]

October 20, 2020
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sports economics

Avoid a sports injury and stay in the game with these safety tips

When it comes to sports, it's easy for passion to turn into overzealous behavior. Whether it's the roar of the crowd, the possibility of beating your personal best, or a tense atmosphere between two teams with a record of hostility, it’s easy to see why sports and injuries often go hand in hand.  However, as an athlete that doesn’t mean you should just accept the fact that these things happen, if someone injures you whilst out on the field or during a match and they’ve left you seriously hurt then you shouldn’t put it down to a bad game. If […]

October 17, 2020
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sports economics

The Cost of COVID-19 to Pro Sports in the USA

Reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks. Photo by: Keith Allison (Flickr). A $100 billion a year industry, professional sports is just one of many businesses in the United States that is feeling the economic crunch of the COVID-19 outbreak. Industry analysts are estimating that across the board, pro sports will lose approximately $12 billion due to the many shutdowns caused by the coronavirus. Those numbers will grow exponentially higher if the NFL and NCAA football seasons are also impacted by the virus. A full NFL season played without fans in the stands could cost the league as […]

September 24, 2020
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sports economics

Claiming For Your Sports Injury

If you have been injured in a sporting accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to bring a claim for personal injury compensation.

September 3, 2020
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sports

6 Tips To Travelling Alone Without Feeling Lonely

One of the greatest activities one can engage in one’s lifetime is to explore the World.

August 25, 2020
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travel

Germany and Rhodes Island Sees Changes to Gambling Laws

Gauselmann Group and several other operators in eastern Germany have condemned the introduction of a new regulation set to reduce the number of slot arcades in Berlin to approximately 20% of its current number. According to iGamingBusiness.com, the Berliner Spielhallengesetz law's introduction will prevent operators within the huge urban city from running a slot arcade within close quarters of one another. The law prevents slot arcades of one operator from being within about 1640 feet of the next operator. Online slot games like those found on the internet casinos were not affected by this law introduction. Severe consequences According to […]

July 15, 2020
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sports economics

Here is Why Everyone is Talking About CBD for Athletes

Cannabis is full of natural molecules and compounds as sites such as TheCBDGuru.org have been talking about now and in the past. When put together, they give the plant its signature properties of stress relief and pain relief. Marijuana itself is full of these abilities. But smoking the flower by itself or consuming its concentrates as a whole also has psychoactive effects. This causes most people to keep themselves from using this natural remedy. But individual and separated compounds such as cannabidiol or CBD is different. It could help people utilize the advantages of cannabis without the “high”. This is […]

May 22, 2020
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sports economics