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The 1980s were years full of neon spandex, Wierd Al Yankovic, huge hair, and the San Francisco 49ers. Joe Montana was named the greatest football player to ever play the game as he led the 49ers to 4 Super Bowl Championships in the 80s.
Baltimore, home of the Ravens, is a huge and famous football city. It is the only city that has won every single professional championship... including a Grey Cup. Even though the Baltimore Ravens are a young football team founded in 1996, Baltimore has a long and confusing history with a couple other different professional teams.
Sports are a fun time and they're even more fun if you know the language of the games. They don't just know the technical terms, but athletes are always using slang to make sense and fun of all the action. Even the fans are into it. Everyone loves to talk the sports lingo at the game.
"Hey Skip... sneak that rock past the biter and land it on the button!" It's the language of Curling so let's "broom up" everything there is to know about curling so we can get you out on the ice before it melts. Here's Kidzworld's article for all about Curling...
American Football may be the most popular sport in the USA and Canada, but the rest of the World watches a different sport with tackling… RUGBY! American Football and Rugby are very similar sports, but Rugby goes much further back in history. Let’s check it out…
The World Junior Hockey Championships in Russia are down to the Final 4 and Canada and the USA are matched up in the Semi-Finals. You’re not going to want to miss that game. The other two teams will be Russia and Sweden who are normally the other contenders for the Gold medal.
The most exciting basketball player in the World isn't Lebron James anymore... it's a grade 9 teenager in Seattle Washington by the name of Jashaun Agosto. You have to see Jashaun play to believe just how good this little guy is. He's probably got more HYPE than any athlete in the history of sports
Thanksgiving is a time o get together with the family and eat a turkey while watching football… period. Are you in? As always, the Cowboys and Redskins take the center stage, but this year it’s a little bit different as one man seems to be on a pedestal. It’s a RG3 Thanksgiving everyone.
If there is one sport where the athletes truly deserve the millions of dollars they are paid, it’s football. It’s by far the most dangerous and sometimes the results aren’t even worth the money.
As time goes on, the NHL loses more games of the 2012-13 season, another league is growing with popularity… the KHL. The next biggest hockey league after the NHL is in Russia and it’s called the Kontinental Hockey League and it’s snapping up all the players and fans of the long lost and losing NHL.
It's time for a new sport to be invented and as the youngest generation, it's your job to be creative and come up with a new game for this world. The last sport to be invented, out of all the major sports, was basketball and that was in the 1890s. What going on? Can't we think of something new? Let's figure out how to invent a new sport!
What’s the deal with athletes going on strike and owners locking up the doors to the arenas? Money, money, money!!! As the sports industry rakes in more billions of dollars every year, everyone wants a bigger piece of the pie. Whether the owners or the players win, the fans are the ones who definitely lose.
Let's all take a moment to thank God for bringing us the NFL! Once again the NFL is on target to bring us another mind-blowing season of football. The players just keep getting faster, bigger, stronger every year. Who knows what will happen? We do. Here is the preview of the 2012-13 NFL football season.
Are you ready for some football? The most popular sport in America starts this week! Let’s take a look at all the sports stuff going on in September…
The 2012 London Summer Olympics are closed and it’s a great time to tally up the results in gold, silver, and bronze. Here is Kidzworld’s Olympic Medal Count…
Say goodnight London, the party is over. The 2012 Olympics have had their closing ceremonies and Elvis... I mean the Spice Girls have left the building. There were so many interesting stories in this last week of the Olympics, let's take a look at some of them...
We are over the half way mark for the 2012 Olympics in London and there are so many stories to talk about, Kidzworld would have to buy a second website to tell you all about them. Why don't we just pick a few of them and maybe that will satisfy your Olympic appetite.
There have been so many great sporting events on TV this year, you’re probably either a couch potato, or inspired to get out and play. One way or another, we’re all having a lot of fun this summer in the sports world. Let’s check out what August has to offer.
The Olympics are so much FUN!! New events every four years, world records broken, and miracle athletes overcoming huge obstacles. It's amazing to see how far the Olympics take athletes to new levels. But have you ever wondered where it all began?
There are so many sports going on at the Summer Olympics, it's actually a tough decision to pick and choose which events you want to watch. However, if you know some of the most exciting athletes, you might have an easier time with your decision. Here are the Top 10 Athletes to watch at the 2012 Olympics in London: