Monthly Archives: July 2015

Kim Collins – The Tim Duncan Of Track & Field

I reached a conclusion this other day, when I saw Kim Collins compete in one of this year’s Diamond League events. Kim is already 39 years old, and the level he’s performing at these past few years is unparalleled in men’s T&F. To be such a consistent performer for such a long time? This is fucking unbelievable. Continue reading

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All-Star All-Aroundness

Let’s return for a while to posts about the NBA, before we get the Swimming World Championships in Kazan next week. Yes, I know it’s the Aquatics World Championships, thank you very much. However, I don’t really care about water polo and synchronized swimming. Swimming is life. Anyway, when the time comes I hope to post daily posts summarizing everything that happens in Kazan (and stays in Kazan?), like I did with the European Athletics Championships last year. But now is not the time for that. Now is the time for write some more about the NBA All-Star game. Continue reading

2015 Israeli Track & Field Championships

The Israeli Track & Field championship was held in the beginning of July, so I figured I might as well write about it. I planned on writing this post earlier, but hey – classic planning fucking fallacy. Continue reading

Detroit vs. Everybody

I’m starting a new thing today – posts that won’t be sports-related (although this one is. Dammit, Michael – be consistent!). I wanted to do this for a long time, and I even warned about it in the “About Me” section. For example, I do want to write sometimes about some of my favorite songs. So, the blog is still dedicated to sports statistics, but yeah, sometimes I will post some other things. Continue reading