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    On July 28, 2016

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    Peddling Through the Top 7 Hardest Cycling Races in the World

    Do you love hopping on your bike for a good afternoon pedal? Have you ever thought about racing? If competing in a bike race is on your bucket list, why not shoot for the stars on this one? Check out our list of the top hardest cycling races in the world. The Trans Pyr in Spain If you’re aching for...
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    On July 21, 2016

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    The Origins of Golf: A Teed Up Timeline

    While we may tend to think of golf as primarily an American, British, and Australian sport, its growth continues to spread across the globe.
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    On July 14, 2016

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    Let’s Do a Quick Run Through: The Evolution of the Running Shoe

    Though the running shoe is a relatively new innovation, much advancement has been made over the years to perfect the form.
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    On July 12, 2016

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    All Time FIFA World Cup Stats [INFOGRAPHIC]

    First held in 1930, the FIFA World Cup™ is the largest single-event sporting competition on the planet. Out of 204 entries across six continents, this tournament collects 32 of the best teams to compete for the title in the Final Competition. Share This Infographic On Your SitePlease include attribution to http://www.injinji.com with this graphic. Teams With the...
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    On July 7, 2016

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    Team Names That Need to Take a Timeout

    Here are just a few teams with names that used to make sense, but now ought to hit the showers.
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    On June 30, 2016

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    Makings of the Modern-Day Yogi

    While yoga holds deep, traditional roots, individuals have found new and interesting ways to put a fun and unique spin on this longstanding meditational practice. From laughter yoga to dog yoga and many more styles, there are a number of non-traditional forms of yoga to choose from in today’s practice. Let’s take a look at some of those innovative yoga...
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    On June 23, 2016

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    10 Important Cycling Milestones

    Unlike sports such as running that have roots that go back centuries, cycling is relatively new on the world stage.
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    On June 16, 2016

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    Top 7 Most Prestigious Marathons in the World

    If you want to take your love of running to the extreme, hop on a plane and compete in one of these prestigious marathons around the world.
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    On June 9, 2016

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    Discovering the History of Asana: Yoga's Beginnings

    Fully understanding the rich and complex roots of yoga is something that takes years of study. So to start you off with your study, here’s our digest version of yoga and its beginnings.
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    On June 2, 2016

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    High-Tech Athletic Training: Technology in Sports Today

    From wearables and apps to smarter apparel, athletes are seeing greater results with the high-quality products we have access to today.
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