This blog is titled and about Arsenal Arsenal, the most successful club in London and the third most successful team in English football history. You will learn the history and read about the accomplishments of the famous football team.
The Sports Cubiclehttp://thesportscube.blogspot.com/
The Sports Cubicle has earned acclaim as one of the finest sports discussion blogs around as a result of mastermind blogger Jose's almost maniacal adoration of athletics. Such fixation on sports doesn't make Jose into a Napeoleon-like figure, but rather his posts reflect the same brand of passion and rigor that have propelled many an athlete and coach to greatness. Myriad sports comprise the fodder of the Cubicle, and Jose gets around to all the major contests.
First Round Byehttp://firstroundbye.blogspot.com/
Too many sports blogs believe that bang-pow-slam graphics and photos can make up for a dearth of quality content. First Round Bye ditches gimmicks, as shown in its bone-clean design interface, and concentrates rather on first-rate analysis of the architecture of athletic competition. The posts dissect and analyze how contests are set up, and also debate their fairness and practicality. What's more, the blog brings this in-depth coverage to a wide variety of sports favored internationally.
Long Track Long Shothttp://www.longtracklongshot.com/Blog.php
This former investment banker watched the 2010 Winter Olympics in awe, and used the competition to spur his own aims to get on the frosted tracks and make his bid to become a great speed skater in his own right. His posts here always sparkle with personable charm and unique factoids about the sport.
This blogger can definitely bill himself as the inline speed skating guru of the Toronto region. Ed is extremely passionate about the practice of his sport and does everything possible to facilitate his readers' participation in the athletic medium. For those in or planning to visit Toronto, you can also benefit from his detailed maps of the best skating zones.
This Might Hurt Our Reputationhttp://rightoverleft.wordpress.com/
This speed-skating blog might just provide the perfect fodder for a heartwarming film or television show. The narrative appeal of TMHOR began with its impetus: three friends decided to return to the ice after higher education, family, and journeys in life elsewhere kept them from lacing up for quite a while. In 2009, one of the writers' husbands counseled them to chronicle their prepwork for an upcoming skating marathon. And the rest is history -- divvied up in neat, intoxicating posts.
Glenn, the helmsman of this blog, is obsessed the thrill and adrenaline that result from an inline speed skating race well run. The title of the blog speaks to a position that this blogger might be finding himself in a little too often for his liking -- in second place, or in the spot known as the "first loser" of the race.