Behind the Gloves: The Training Regimen of Boxing’s Elite

Boxing has long been regarded as one of the toughest and most physically demanding sports in the world. The level of skill, endurance, and toughness required to compete at the highest levels of the sport is truly astounding. Behind every champion boxer is a rigorous training regimen that pushes their bodies to the limit and…

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Football Association confirms improving South Asian elite representation now ‘a long-term aim’ | Football News

The Football Association has told Sky Sports News that addressing the “stark” under-representation of South Asians in the professional game is now “a long-term aim”. Yasir Mirza, who was appointed FA director of equality, diversity and inclusion last year, said the FA’s key mantra “A Game for All” is about ensuring English football is inclusive…

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SMB’s ‘Death Five’ remnants now in elite company

Chris Ross who along with June Mar Fajardo and Marcio Lassiter for three-fifths of the famed “Death Five” faction that bannered San Miguel Beer had in the past, have also joined an exclusive company following the Beermen’s run to the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Commissioner’s Cup title on Wednesday. Make way for the trio in…

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Elite field starts chase of local golf’s richest prize at TCC

Angelo Que shoots for an unprecedented fourth win. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO STA. ROSA, LAGUNA—The local pro tour’s toughest test that dangles the biggest purse after a proverbial survival of the fittest gets going on Monday with one history-seeking former champion coming into the week preparing himself for the mental grind more than anything else. “I worked…

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Naomi Osaka wins opening match on return to elite tennis

Naomi Osaka of Japan reacts after winning a point in her match against Tamara Korpatsch of Germany during the Brisbane International tennis tournament in Brisbane, Australia, Monday, Jan. 1, 2024. (AP Photo/Tertius Pickard) BRISBANE, Australia— Naomi Osaka’s first win at the elite level since becoming a mother didn’t come easily. It did come on Day…

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Steve Redgrave: Rowing seen as ‘very elite, very white’ | Can the sport change?

Britain’s most successful rower Steve Redgrave says rowing is still seen as “very elitist, very white sport” as it works to change its perception. Triple Olympic champion Andy Triggs Hodge is leading efforts to revolutionize the sport’s culture and make it more accessible to a new generation of youngsters. Can rowing move on from its…

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