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Last Word Staff - Oct 21, 2021

Sports are an excellent way to boost your health and fitness. It allows you to maintain physical fitness and amp up your day like no other. But we often tend to indulge in the same long-drawn sports we have played all our lives. Cricket, badminton, tennis, and football are the most common ones. But did […]


Sponsored Post - Mar 2, 2016

Many sports league are cutting deals with companies, which are involved in sports betting. The leagues are contracting with the bookmakers in open and secret.

Oscar O'Mara - Feb 18, 2016

Forget Lance Armstrong, forget WADA and USADA, forget Dwayne Chambers, the Russian doping scandal and the IAAF. Performance-enhancing drugs may still endure most sports, yet there remains a similar and ever-present problem compounding all sports; recreational drugs. In 2015, Jake Livermore of Hull City Football Club failed a drug test for Cocaine, Aaron McCary of […]

Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Feb 3, 2016

Read about the three most important years in baseball history, and take part yourself!

Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Jan 21, 2016

Of the 14 SEC teams, five of them share a name with another school within the conference: 3 Tigers and 2 Bulldogs.

Press Release - Dec 30, 2015

Horse racing wagering is an easy way to add even more excitement to the celebrated sport of kings.

Christopher Abbott - Aug 28, 2015

19.55 seconds was all it took to remind people of the human brilliance of sport. That his name is Usain Bolt and that he holds previous form, simply speaks of a greater legend. Athletics has had a tough run – if you’ll excuse the pun – of late. The expose of cover ups related to […]

Christopher Abbott - Aug 5, 2015

With the 2016 Rio Olympics now just one year away, the crescendo of media, marketing and public interest will dichotomise its veracious newsfeed, between stories of triumph and hope to the forbearing of poverty and pollution as the axiom of not mixing sport and politics is hung out to dry.   For as long as […]

Nicholas Di Giovanni - Jul 8, 2015

Water polo at the Pan-Am Games gets a head start with the other disciplines are they begin their competition this week. The spotlight will be on the sport.

Carlin Bardsley - Jun 26, 2015

We here at Last Word on Sports are always looking for the latest way to bring our fans the best sports analysis and commentary in the industry. Today we bring good news to boxing fans. We have partnered with a boxing podcast with a uniquely Canadian flavour. Hosted by Canuckleheads Carlin Bardsley & Shawn W. […]

Carlin Bardsley - Jun 19, 2015

This week’s Standing 8 Count features the first world champion to join the broadcast! Ishe Smith talks about being the first world champion from Las Vegas.

Carlin Bardsley - Jun 6, 2015

We here at Last Word on Sports are always looking for the latest way to bring our fans the best sports analysis and commentary in the industry. Today we bring good news to boxing fans. We have partnered with a boxing podcast with a uniquely Canadian flavour. Hosted by Canuckleheads Carlin Bardsley & Shawn W. […]

Carlin Bardsley - May 29, 2015

We are joined by Mark Turley, whose book “Journeymen” looks at one of the more unheralded aspects of the sport. We also do news of the week.

Oscar O'Mara - May 28, 2015

Sixty-seven and a half thousand people had gathered at Wembley Stadium, London to cheer on an England team in a World Cup Semi-Final. The hopes of a nation rested upon 17 great men and with 20 seconds to go England fans were still dreaming of a World Cup Final. Sadly it was not to be […]

Carlin Bardsley - May 23, 2015

We have an interview with Tyson Cave who became a star after Teddy Atlas lost his mind on commentary when Cave was robbed of a decision.

Carlin Bardsley - May 17, 2015

This episode of the Standing 8 Count features an interview with The Fight Network boxing guru Corey Erdman, plenty of talk about Canelo Alvarez vs. James Kirkland, a look forward to Gennady Golovkin’s next “big drama show” and our classic fight of the week is Marvin Hagler vs Thomas Hearns! Check it out for plenty […]



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Last Word Staff - May 17, 2015

Football s one of the most followed sports on the planet and has billions of loyal fans. While leagues like Serie A are very popular, the biggest draw is arguably the English Premier League. There are many reasons for this – with the fast-paced action and tough tackling being important. The Premier League is also […]

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