Things to do in Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands

Category Sport & Health

How Playing Sports benefits both Your Body and Brain

I participated in lots of sports as a child during my school years, including cricket, tennis, baseball, chess, hockey, cycling, karate, and badminton, and it is one of my biggest secret hopes that both my girls get involved in, and… Continue Reading →

USA Sport Stadium Funding

Naturally, sports stadiums in the United States are big. Very big. And very expensive too, partly because they keep seeming to try and one-up each other when it comes to newness and features. Of course, everyone knows that there is… Continue Reading →

FIFA Corruption, Sepp Blatter finally Resigns, and of course, South Africa looks Dirty

Each and every year before a FIFA World Cup event, we get reminded by media outlets about the various scandals and controversies surrounding world soccer’s overseeing body FIFA. Last year was certainly no different, with John Oliver and his research… Continue Reading →

Cheerleaders in Rugby? Seems a bit Unfair and Unnecessary?

Recently I was at Newlands to catch a live DHL Stormers game, and as always the rugby action on show was fantastic. Yes, my home team lost against a superior New Zealand foe on the day, but the rugby was… Continue Reading →

Food Myth Falsehoods

The thing about statements is that if they get repeated often enough, then they become facts. Fact. (See what I just did there?) Don’t believe me? Well I don’t know about you, but I grew up believing that eating carrots… Continue Reading →

Now Zlatan Ibrahimovic is just Showing Off!

Ouch, seriously don’t want to be a national English football supporter right now. Sweden delivered a big right hook to the English in last night’s international, and chief destroyer of the English defense turned out to be the one and… Continue Reading →

Tennis: An Incredibly Cheeky Shot

I’m not particularly big on tennis in that I’m not really familiar with the current crop of players gracing the ATP tour, outside of course, the big four in terms of men’s tennis, and then poor old Kevin Anderson who… Continue Reading →

Sport doesn’t care who you are, Everyone can take part!

Sport doesn’t care where you’re from, if you’re a man or a woman, tall, thin, big or short. Sport doesn’t care how you got here, how much money you make, what you believe in or not. It doesn’t care if… Continue Reading →

Quick Reflexes!

Evan Michael Longoria (born October 7, 1985) is a Major League Baseball third baseman for the Tampa Bay Rays. Formerly, Longoria was a star infielder for the Long Beach State University baseball team, the 2005 Cape Cod League MVP, and… Continue Reading →

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