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Is there a connection between serious injuries/deaths in boxing and having one's father in one's corner?

In the commentary on the tragic 2005 Leavander Johnson/Jesus Chavez fight, which claimed the life of Leavander Johnson, commentator Jim Lampley said that there are two things that seem to be ...

statistics training injuries boxing  
asked by Wad Cheber 7 votes

NHL Playoff Clean Sweep

After reading How many times has a sweep occurred during the Stanley Cup finals?, I was curious if there has ever been a team who has not lost a game during the NHL playoff to win the cup.

trivia nhl postseason  
asked by akadian 5 votes
answered by ᴍᴀsᴛᴇʀᴍɪɴᴅ_ᴇᴅ 5 votes

Why LBW is given not when ball is not pitched in Stump line while bowling around the wicket

When bowler is bowling over the wicket and ball pitches out side off and is hitting the stumps, the LBW is given. But when bowler is bowling around the wicket and ball pitches out side of leg but ...

rules cricket lbw  
asked by Sachin 4 votes
answered by aqwert 3 votes

Which boxers were killed or seriously injured in the ring with their father in their corner since 1980?

I'm trying to get more data in relation to the issue that led me to ask this question. So far, I have the following: Killed with father in the corner: Jimmy Garcia (1995) Johnny Owen [real name ...

training injuries boxing  
asked by Wad Cheber 4 votes
answered by ᴍᴀsᴛᴇʀᴍɪɴᴅ_ᴇᴅ 3 votes

MLB awards for players who played in both leagues in one season

Many of Major League Baseball's annual player awards are awarded to two players, one each in the American and National Leagues. (For instance, MVP, Cy Young, Silver Slugger, Rookie of the Year, etc.) ...

baseball mlb awards  
asked by Nate Eldredge 3 votes
answered by Dr.DrfbagIII 1 vote

Football coaching

I want to be football coach you know like football manager I want to know what should be my first step. well I don't play football in school or college and I am not that good but I like tactics and ...

asked by user11262 2 votes
answered by Leonardo 3 votes

Umpire induces appeal play?

What do the umpires do when a game ends on a scoring play, when an appeal (not video review) by the defense would succeed? For example: bottom of the ninth, tie score, one out, runner on third. The ...

rules baseball  
asked by DJohnM 2 votes
answered by Joe 3 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

How do you correctly learn how to hockey stop

I am having the damnedest time learning to "hockey stop" on ice. I used to play a lot of roller hockey when I was younger and started to learn to ice skate and played a very little bit when I was in ...

technique ice-hockey skating  
asked by Robert C. Barth 14 votes
answered by chrisjlee 9 votes

When is the new ball due for all forms of cricket?

Is there a standard time fixed in Test, ODI and T20 formats of Cricket, when a fielding side captain can ask for a new ball? If the captain of the fielding side doesn't ask for a new ball, will he be ...

rules cricket equipment officiating icc  
asked by Sports Fan 10 votes
answered by Peter Eisentraut 7 votes

Can you answer these?

Does Naseem Hamed violate the Marquess of Queensberry Rules in this video?

Rule four of the Marquess of Queensberry Rules: If either man fall through weakness or otherwise, he must get up unassisted, ten seconds be allowed to do so, the other man meanwhile to return to ...

rules officiating boxing  
asked by Wad Cheber 1 vote

Does "Strokes Gained: Tee-to-Green" objectify tee-to-green performance?

In short, "Strokes Gained" is a value of a golfer's performance compared to the average performance of other golfers. In 2011, the PGA Tour announced Strokes Gained: Putting. For example, the ...

statistics golf pga-tour  
asked by ᴍᴀsᴛᴇʀᴍɪɴᴅ_ᴇᴅ 1 vote
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