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Intelligence in Sport, and the Lack of it – Part One, Cricket

World Cup Blunders In the writing, broadcasting and discussion of sport, we are assailed with opinions about the skill, power, speed, nerve and bravery of individual sportsmen and women. The importance of one factor is too often neglected. Intelligence, or

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Rugby Sevens – Top of the World?

We have become used to seeing New Zealand top the annual Sevens World Series, for they have finished winners of 12 of the 15 tournaments but we may shortly be in for a change. Although they are once again defending

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Headaches for Heyneke

South Africa’s end of year rugby tour overseas must have been a rather depressing few weeks for Heyneke Meyer and for a man who suffers every sporting setback more acutely than any of the players, may mean a less than

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Reconstrution of the Christmas Truce soccer match of 1914

Reconstrution of the Christmas Truce soccer match of 1914