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April is a great month for sports. The NHL and NBA seasons are both coming to an end and everyone is excited for the playoffs. Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer seasons have just started and everyone is excited for the sun to come around so we can all spend a lazy Sunday afternoon at the ball game.
67 teams have been narrowed down to the final four at the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. On the women’s side, it’s down to the final two. Let’s take a look at the teams and who will be crowned champions.
Hockey is such a team sport that sometimes it’s not easy to recognize all the great individuals on the ice. But every now and then, someone shines in the spotlight. Here are some of the greatest individual moments in the history of the NHL.
Carolina Kostner comes from a family full of ice skaters so it's easy to see how she became such an amazing figure skater.
Why does everyone love the underdog? The underdog usually gets tons of support from sports fans and sports media, and the bigger the underdog, the bigger the hype! When David beats Goliath, heroes are born, headlines are printed, and sometimes even movies are made.
Coming off his best season ever, Phil Kessel is one of the leading scorers of the NHL. Phil’s great shot and blazing speed has landed him in the top 10 players in the NHL and he’s trying to get the Toronto Maple Leafs back into the playoffs for the first time in almost 10 years.
The 2012 NCAA Basketball tournament is all set for blast off. 68 teams have earned their spot in the famous Final Four bracket... have you filled out your guesses yet? Here is a little March Madness preview to help you get up to date on your college hoops!
Sports are supposed to be fun, but not all the time. Unfortunately some people take some things a little bit too far and it ruins the games for the rest of us. Here are Kidzworld’s Top 10 Things Wrong With Sports.
Halfpipe specialist Louie Vito is climbing the ranks of the snowboarding scene and is speeding up on the heels of Shawn White for performing the most radical vertical moves. Five years ago, Louie's Backside 1080 at the Australian Open was the first time any snowboarder landed this move in competition. Now Louie is amongst the top 10 snowboarders in the world.
It’s a new month and March is everyone’s favorite time of the year. The NHL and NBA playoffs are approaching and every game is a crucial two points. And of course it’s March Madness, the most exciting sports tournament full of single game knockouts, Cinderella stories and last second buzzers beaters. Here is Kidzworld’s March 2012 Sports Preview!