Athletes to watch out for: Where are Nanjing 2014 YOG stars now?

Youth Olympic Games were established in 2010 with the intention to educate, engage, influence, and inspire young athletes to play an active role in their communities. Every four years more than 200 countries and 3,600 athletes between 14 to 18 years participate in Winter and Summer Games and show to the world their outstanding abilities. …

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State of the Project – March 2019 Edition

While our community managers (Andreja on social and Sean on Telegram) are quick to answer any questions you might have regarding SportyCo, we’ve collected all the info spread on all channels in one place. The revised SportyCo platform is live and kicking! We have implemented wallets on the platform, enabling you to send and receive …

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Champions League Group Round aftermath

Three very exciting months of Europe’s premier club football are behind us. We watched 96 Champions League 2018/2019 matches and witnessed 275 goals, from which 32 were scored in first 15 minutes and 20 in the last 90+ for extra drama. All the teams are now known for the Round of 16 draw, that is …

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Fight for what you deserve

Ronda Rousey, Ultimate fighting championship (UFC) Women’s Bantamweight Champion, won her title in 2012 and managed to defend this title for over six times. In 2015, Ronda became the first mixed martial artist to win an ESPY award for “Best Fighter”. Since then she increased her net worth to around $12 million, making her one …

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It’s been a year

On November 21, 2017, the SportyCo Token Crowdsale started. And the rest is, as they say, history. Today, with the cryptocurrency market bleeding and all hodlers in a crunch, revisiting November 2017 seems very distant. The SportyCo project origins began in spring 2017, with the founders putting their ideas and knowledge together and searching for …

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Can’t pay? Can’t play.

Kathleen Castles, now a 46-years-old doctor of psychology and running coach at two Veterans Affairs hospitals in New Jersey, loved sports as a child and was a very talented athlete. She managed to beat all the other elementary-school girls in the town’s annual mile race from third to sixth grade, competed at the regional cross-country …

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Achieving gender equality in sports

Over the last decade, female participation in sports has witnessed a sharp increase. Every Olympics so far, the percentage of women part slightly grew. This sign of minimizing the gap between the genders is, of course, positive. However, completely balancing out the sexes within sports is a lengthy process and will only be achieved when …

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Historic recurrence and Cryptocurrency

As we approach the final month of the year, cryptocurrency investors hold their breath in anticipation. As history generally has a way of repeating itself, all fingers are crossed and eyes are pointed at the market, holding on to the emotions that were experienced 365 days ago.  With optimism wired in our brains, the expectations …

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Avaí FC Token Crowdsale has ended

Alas, it wasn’t meant to be. The AVAI Token Crowdsale has ended after a strong showing, as it failed to reach the soft-cap. Setting up an ICO under current circumstances in the cryptocurrency world is almost a mission impossible – investor confidence is low, the crypto market cap is lower than any time in 2018 …

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