With the World Cup come and gone, it’s natural to reminisce about its glory. France won the title, much to chagrin of a powerful Croatia. Their breadth and flexibility of skills also made them one of the more fruitfully consistent, and therefore dominant, teams of the tournament. The French team reflects a multi-level diversity. Their … Continue reading the people’s sport
Watching people do things that I could only do in imagination is the lure of the Olympic Games. There is no doubt in the athletes’ abilities, but I have wondered whether some events are truly “sport”. One wary of labels and their confounds may fume over this thought. But the fabrics of sport and art … Continue reading is it a sport?