Sports

Controversial player Mashhad Padideh

Myroslav Dmytrovych “Miro” Slavov (born 8 September 1990) is a Ukrainian football forward who was playing for Shahr Khodro and model. Slavov was born in Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union. Just came in the news that he has signed up with Padideh of Mashhad. Read More »

Sports leaders use social media to mourn for the country

The morning after my sister Lauren died was cold and quiet, a mid-March prairie dawn, lit by gray half-light. For several hours I tried to figure out how to get out of bed. The most routine tasks are extraordinarily difficult in the early days of grief—Lauren’s death had torn a hole in my universe, and I knew the moment I ... Read More »

Shohreh Bayat first female referee Chess

IA Shohreh Bayat was appointed as the Chief Arbiter of the Women’s World Chess Championship Match between Ju Wenjun and Aleksandra Goryachkina (January 2-24, 2020). Marika Japaridze will be the Deputy Chief Arbiter. Read More »

Zahra Khajawi among the top 10 goalkeepers in the world

Zahra Payam has been rated as one of the 10 goalkeepers in the world. Do you want to become a great one too? here is what to do. Are you a girl who likes soccer and wish to be informed about how you can become a pro in playing this game? If so, the facts about soccer that will be ... Read More »

Persepolis and Nassaji Mazandaran Game

Persepolis Football Club, is a Persian Gulf Pro League professional football club based. Persepolis F.C. was founded in 1963 by Ali Abdo and has been in the first division of Iranian football since 1968. Read More »

Yemen capital hosts first women’s pool tournament

The Yemeni capital Sanaa hosted its first women’s pool tournament this week since its takeover by Shiite rebels plunged the country into a devastating war.Organised by the women’s section of the Yemeni billiard sports federation, the tournament drew 16 participants, most of them in their 20s, ready to challenge the taboos of a deeply patriarchal society. Read More »

Commemoration of Nasser Hejazi

Nasser Hejazi (14 December 1949 – 23 May 2011), nicknamed “the legendary Iranian goalkeeper”, was a football player and coach who most notably played for Esteghlal FC (Taj). Read More »

Co-ed sporting gym is shutdown

A co-ed gym in Fereshteh Ave. area of the capital was shut down by the moral police. Having women and men working out next to each other which is not allowed by national laws. Ever wonder how people overseas feel about women only gyms? Read More »

The Women Behind The NFLs Biggest Stars

Julius Peppers and Claudia Sampedro Colombian model, Sampedro, has a health Instagram following of 2 million, who read her health and fitness blog and buy from her exercise clothing line. She’s become even more popular with her role on reality TV show ‘WAGs Miami,’ depicting her life of Carolina Panthers veteran, Peppers. Read More »

Sports that are no longer in the Olympics

The only horse long jump event took place in the 1900 Olympics in Paris. Most of the horses could reach at least 14 feet, and the winning jump was 20 feet. That’s still 9 feet and 4 inches less than the world record for a human long jump, however. Read More »