Curling Stories to Watch at PyeongChang 2018 | Olympic Winter Games

Pyeongchang 2018 – Stories To Watch. Curling. Curling appeared at the Olympics in 1924. After that it dipped on and off as a demonstration sport mainly, but did not become an Olympic regular again till 1998. The game itself rewards good concentration, steady nerves and team strategy, with one person sliding the rock and one…

The Rules of Fencing (Olympic Fencing) – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains, the Rules of Fencing. Fencing, sometimes referred to as ‘Olympic Fencing’, is a combat sport that is contested between two people with swords. A word of warning before you continue to watch this video – don’t blink! Olympic level fencers are bullet fast, and you’ll need quick reflexes just to watch fencing, let…

Kelly Clark Halfpipe Legend – 2018 Winter Olympics!

We are back with Team Kelly. Getting ready for Women’s Halfpipe Snowboarding Finals and then Men’s Halfpipe Snowboarding Qualifications. USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! Kelly Clark, the greatest female snowboarder in history and the single figure most responsible for the incandescence on display at the PyeongChang HalfPipe. The Washington Post 5 Time Olympian We…

The Rules of Indoor Lacrosse / Box Lacrosse – EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains the RULES of Indoor Lacrosse Indoor lacrosse, more commonly known as Box Lacrosse is a game that’s usually played on an ice rink, with the ice covered up with turf. The surface is usually about 200ftx85ft. Indoor lacrosse is played with two teams of 18, with six (6) players on the surface at…

Math in the Winter Olympic Games | Things Explained: Angles

The Winter Olympics is a major international sporting event held every four years. Athletes participate in many different sports— highlighting their strength, precision, and endurance. But if we look at the Winter Olympics from a different angle, we see that these sports involve quite a bit of math. Take ice hockey for example. The design…