What Fans Love About Cric Buzz

Cric buzz is a site that enables cricket fans to obtain just about any information surrounding cricket. With the new rapid-fire cricket, an increasing number of individuals are showing interest in cricket. Every cricket enthusiast looks for a certain place where one can visit and browse for some current details on anything to do with cricket.

Cric buzz is now accessible through mobile phones. You can obtain the quickest cricket score updates as well as ball-by-ball commentary online at your fingertips, where ever you are. The amazingly fast pace of the commentary ascertains you are informed about the happenings in real-time. Capabilities include Live Scores, Score cards of just completed matches, Ball-by-Ball Commentary, Series Standings, International Cricket Schedule and Photo Gallery.

Aside from cricket scores, Cricbuzz has several other information on cricket. It has a news category where you can browse through the most recent news surrounding cricket and updates on the action inside and outside the ground. Cricbuzz features all the details including matches, venues, dates and up and coming matches. You may also try Cricbuzz chat, which is a one-of-a-kind option provided by the site for global fans to interact on a common platform. Even more, you can play an awesome online cricket games using the Fantasy Cricket category.

You’ll be able to find all these information for all ODIs, Tests, Twenty20 Internationals and well-known competitions such as the Cricket World Cup, Indian Premier League IPL and Champions League. To say the least, Cric buzz is the ultimate place for anyone passionate about cricket.

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Vegans – Can They Be Successful in Sports?

There is a common belief that to succeed in sport, you need to eat meat and drink milk. It is thought by many that vegans won’t have the necessary strength or stamina to beat meat eaters. These beliefs are false and based on a lack of knowledge.

The ‘proof’ that’s sometimes offered is that there are hardly any vegans who are at the top in sporting endeavours. This is faulty logic which could only be applied if there were an equal number of vegans to meat eaters.

There are precious few vegans in the world. To become the best in any sport you need the dedication and focus to reach the top when there are so many distractions that could stop you. Not many people have that dedication. You need the right genes to give you the edge over your competitors. Very few have the right genes that can make them champions.

If there is only, say, 1 person in 400 who is vegan, what are the chances that that 1 person is the one who has the ruthless dedication and the right genes for the sport they are interested in? What is the chance that they will have had the right encouragement or influences when young that will bring them into that sport? You would be much safer betting that a meat eater would have those things because there are 399 meat eaters and only 1 vegan. We’d have to pin all our hopes on that 1 vegan to emerge with everything needed to be a champion. Your money would be much safer betting that one of the 399 meat eaters would have what it takes. It’s a numbers game: double the number of vegans and you’ll double the number of vegan champions.

In the UK there are supposed to be about 250,000 vegans out of a population of 60 million. That is about 1 person in 240. Some will have been vegan for just a few months. Some will revert to being meat eaters or lacto-ovo vegetarians. There is an even smaller percentage of vegans in some other countries. It is my guestimate that long-term vegans are more likely to be less than 1 in 400 or even 1 in 500. If you have a group of 400 how many will have the genes to become a champion? Very few. How many of that very few will have the determination? Very few. How many of the very few (of the very few) will be vegan? Most probably not even one. More likely those people will be meat eaters. But vegans do still manage to become champions against all those odds. Strange, isn’t it that the still common perception of vegans is of weedy, skinny, weak and unhealthy people?

There are a few vegan champions but why aren’t there more if it is such a healthy lifestyle? There are so few vegan champions because there are so few vegans. How many ginger-haired, left-handed sportsmen called Alphonse are champions? None at all. Not because someone like that is incapable of sporting success but because there are so few of them.

Most top sportspeople are single minded in their pursuit of excellence. They won’t let anything get in their way. They are willing to give up family life, friendships and leisure time to concentrate on training. They are ready to risk their health, as can be seen in the number who are willing to take dangerous performance enhancing drugs. They are willing to train to excess to such an extent that their immune systems are weakened. They care nothing about the possibility of suffering from arthritis in later years as a result of punishing their bodies in training and competition.

Winning is everything to them. They are like fanatics. And, like fanatics, nothing else matters as much as the object of their desire. Compassion for farm animals is of little importance to them in comparison. Thus, this fanaticism will prevent many individuals who might have become vegan from doing so because from an early age, like all of us, they have been indoctrinated with the lies that meat and milk are necessary for good health. This lie reduces the number of athletes and sportspeople who could become vegan and who could go on to glory in the sporting arena. Being a champion is more important to them than being a vegan. The few vegan champions are those who don’t believe the lies about meat or those who put compassion first.

There are quite a few vegan sportsmen and women who regularly beat meat eaters. I will only mention a few as representatives of the vegan sporting world.

Mac Danzig won his King of the Cage fighting title as a vegan. You have to be tough to survive in that type of contest and yet he thrived and prospered.

Carl Lewis has said that his best performances on the running track came when he was following a vegan diet.

Scott Jurek is the multiple winner of 100-mile races and twice winner of the Badwater Ultra marathon, which is run over a course of 135 miles. The race starts in Death Valley, at 280 feet below sea level and finishes at Mount Whitney Portal, which is 8.360 feet above sea level. That’s a 135 miles course over three mountain ranges with a cumulative ascent of 13,000 feet and a cumulative descent of 4,700 feet. You have to be tough just to think about doing it.

Brendan Brazier is a vegan and a professional Ironman Triathlete, twice winner of the Canadian Ultra Marathon championship.

So, it is possible for vegans to be world champions in both sprinting and endurance events. But what about strength sports? Can vegans be strong? Or can they be top bodybuilders? Can they build up formidable strength or huge muscle bulk?

The answer is (you’ve guessed it): ‘yes!’.

There are many very strong vegans who train with weights. There are quite a few impressive bodybuilders who have built up their bulk on vegan diets.

But where are all the vegan Olympic weightlifting champions and powerlifting world record holders, then? Where is the vegan who has won the World’s Strongest Man title?

Give it time. As I said above, there aren’t enough vegans from whose ranks these people can emerge. It will happen. It is happening.

There are two vegan strength champions who come to mind, though. Both women. Pat Reeves – she’s a world class powerlifter. Many times the British powerlifting champion. And Jane Black olympic weight lifter who has set records in masters’ lifting events.

What about the men? Perhaps too many male strength athletes are worried about not getting enough of their usual slaughterhouse products. Again, give it time for the truth to reach them. There are many vegans in training, as can be seen in the vegan fitness and bodybuilding forums. Wait until they start to achieve more success and then the timid meat eaters will see that they have nothing to fear in giving up the meat and milk that their mummies told them they had to eat to grow up big and strong. They will realise that real men don’t need to eat meat.

What about vegan bodybuilders? Until a very few years ago there weren’t any special supplements for vegan bodybuilders. Meat eaters were spoilt for choice but vegans had no choice because there wasn’t anything to choose. Very few bodybuilders rely on just normal food. They take supplements in the form of powders and pills. And many (most pro ones?) take dangerous and illegal drugs. Many of them have muscles that are partly the product of the chemistry lab. Anyone who could build huge muscles on a meat-based diet could do so on a vegan diet.

Not everyone can build competition-winning muscles. Again, the vegan who does so must have the right genes. And the time and dedication. He must be that rare individual who just happens to have all the right attributes. Not much chance that there are many vegans who are like that. More likely that someone from the huge majority of meat eaters will have what is required. You are more likely to find a top athlete or a Nobel Prize Winner in Scotland than on the Isle of Man. Not because the Scots are inherently superior to the Manx people. But because there are more of them.

Don’t believe the lies of the vested interests of the meat and milk industries. They have invested heavily in cruelty and they need to keep the people convinced that the slaughter and abuse of their victims is necessary for the continued health of humans.

Believe instead the many healthy, strong and fit vegans who daily prove how healthy the vegan diet is. There is nothing humans need that cannot be obtained from a well balanced vegan diet. A vegan diet is suitable for humans of every age, as the American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada acknowledge.

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Real Madrid – The Best Football Club in the World

They are not only the most successful club in the world but also the richest in the world according to the latest survey done by the money league which publish their research results annually. Yes, its true that Real Madrid is the richest club by income for the season 2006-2007 probably for the season 2007-2008 too but the results are not completed yet.

So what makes Real Madrid not only the richest club in the world but more significantly, the most successful as well.Well the statistics do not lie and more often then not speak for themselves. For any club to be successful, only two titles could and should be given credit, The league and the Champions League, the rest are mere formalities as you all know (it does not take much to beat Sao Paulo in a cup final) so I am going to ignore the minor trophies here, lets have a look at most of the major football clubs track records against the Madrid Galacticos.

Manchester United have won only two Champions League trophy, one way way back when it was known as the European cup and the other in 1999, they have 16 league titles.

* Barcelona have also won two champions league trophies and 18 league titles

* Liverpool have won the competition FIVE times and they have 18 league titles

* Inter Milan have 2 champions league titles and 15 league titles

* Ac milan have 7 champions league titles and 17 league titles

There are some other major clubs as well but they have just started to grow so lets just ignore them for a moment.

Finally, Real Madrid has won 9 champions league titles and 30 league titles. Now I have listed all the great clubs of Europe above, not even a single club can match or come close to the records set by the Spanish powerhouse. Thus proving what I stated earlier that real Madrid is the undisputed champion of champions.

Real Madrid is the only team that holds the Cup in property, having won the title five consecutive times.

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British Open History – 1977 Watson Vs Nicklaus at Turnberry

The 1977 British Open was the first Championship to be conducted at Turnberry. Many in the golf world consider this Open to be one of the most memorable of all major championships. The epic duel between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus was even more compelling due to the fact that the two were paired together for the final 2 rounds.   The two players started the third round one stroke behind the second round leader, Roger Maltbie. Nicklaus and Watson so dominated the final two rounds that at the end of the tournament the third place finisher, Hubert Green, finished 11 shots behind Watson and 10 shots behind Nicklaus.  

Jack Nicklaus shot 65-66 over the final two days only to lose by one to Tom Watson’s 65-65. Nicklaus never trailed during the third round which ended in a tie and had the twosome three shots ahead of the rest of the field. During the final round Nicklaus built a 2 shot lead with 6 holes to play. But Watson charged back into a tie with birdies on the thirteenth and fifteenth holes. Watson took a one shot lead with a birdie at seventeen, a hole where Nicklaus missed a four footer for his birdie.    

On eighteen, Watson drove it right down the middle. Nicklaus however hit his ball into the deep rough to an almost unplayable lie. After Watson hit his approach to 2 feet, Nicklaus using his amazing strength managed to hit the ball onto the green some 35 feet away. He then rammed the ball home for a birdie three. This remarkable putt put the pressure back onto Tom Watson. But after careful study hr then made his short birdie putt to win the Open.

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UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 Intro (Team Logo Animated).



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Atletico Madrid (La Liga).
Real Madrid (La Liga).
Barcelona (La Liga).
Valencia (La Liga).
Liverpool (Premier League).
Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League).
Manchester City (Premier League).
Chelsea (Premier League).
Juventus (Serie A).
Inter Milan (Serie A).
Napoli (Serie A).
Atalanta (Serie A).
Bayern Munchen (Bundesliga).
Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga).
Bayern Leverkusen (Bundesliga).
RB Leipzig (Bundesliga).
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Paris Saint-Germain (Prancis).
LOSC Lille (Prancis).
Ajax (Belanda).
PSV Eindhoven (Belanda).
PAOK (Yunani).
Olympiacos (Yunani).
Zenit St Petersburg (Rusia).
Lokomotiv Moskow (Rusia).
FC Krasnodar (Rusia).
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Benfica (Portugal).
Porto (Portugal).
Genk (Belgian).
Club Brugge (Belgian).
Galatasaray (Turki).
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Istanbul Basaksehir (Turki).
Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraina).
Dynamo Kiev (Ukraina).
Rapid (Austria).
Young Boys (Swiss).
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Slavia Praha (Ceko).
Dinamo Zagreb (Kroasia).
Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel).
Celtic (Skotlandia).
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What Can an Entrepreneur Learn From the NCAA Championships?

March Madness has again come and gone. Ending in a crescendo of applause and excitement that is rife with new opportunity for the players. The players can celebrate their new success and begin to look forward optimistically to whatever new challenges they will face next in their lives. Their success in basketball no doubt came from the hard work, determination, desire to overcome obstacles, risk taking and many other personal values ​​needed to become a champion athlete. Who knows what new journey these athletes lives may take. Some will no doubt go on to find further basketball success in the NBA and begin lives as a professional athletes. Even though, they will all retire from basketball and move on to other endeavors. How will the values ​​that made them champions help them later in life?

Most people have been involved with sports at some level (even if not at the NCAA Championship level) and therefore are able to understand the kind of effort it takes to succeed in sports. They recognize that an athlete may have natural talent but they also know how much work it takes to become a champion athlete. Hard work, determination, the desire to overcome obstacles, risk taking; these are the values ​​it takes to become a champion and they are also the values ​​it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur. Some athletes are able to carry these values ​​over into their next career but others are never able to make the transition.

Likewise, there are people who think becoming a successful entrepreneur come simply from being in the right place at the right time or because the entrepreneur happens to come from a well connected family. But most successful entrepreneurs, like successful athletes, would say success in business takes the same type of hard work, determination, the desire to overcome obstacles, and risk taking that you see in an athlete. There are lessons we can learn from sports examples to learn how to apply these same values ​​when applied to business.

We hear lots of sports success stories but they all seem to end once the championship game is over. Unfortunately, most sports stories are cliff hangers that leave us to wonder what the rest of the athletes life will be like. We do not know whether the values ​​that bought them to the championship was a onetime affair or if the athlete is able to transition these values ​​into the next phase of his or her life with that same level of determination? What would happen if the story were to continue and we were able to follow the life of a champion athlete to see how he transitioned the values ​​that led to his earlier success in sports into entrepreneurial values ​​that bought similar success in business? If we were to look at the lives of one of these athletes, we would find lessons there that could help other non-athletes learn these same entrepreneurial values ​​and understand how to apply them in their own lives?

One of the lessons we might learn comes from an athlete's willingness to try over and over again. If they lose one game, they do not quit but rather come back and work harder the next time. We know that athletes do not usually compete in just a single event. In their sports career they compete in many tournaments and championship events. They apply the same values ​​over and over to become serial champions in the same way serial entrepreneurs build winning businesses over and over. Successful entrepreneurs do not quit just because one thing does not work for them. They come back, apply what they've learned from the loss and then start over again.

Athletes know that overcoming obstacles is part of the game. If one play does not work they continue to try another and another until they find a way to succeed. Successful entrepreneurs need to do the same thing when the obstacle to their success looks too great. Just like an athlete, "no" should not be an option. Successful entrepreneurs continue to search until they find the path to success. Entrepreneurs know that business is not a game and must also understand that winning means learning and applying these entrepreneurial values ​​over and over.

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