This fortnightly column stays true to its name by discussing all things sports including controversies on and off the field. Whether you enjoy a casual brew whilst watching the rugby, or your inner demon emerges when the football comes on, this column is dedicated to you, the sports lovers of Massey.
For the last issue of Massive of the year I thought we’d do something a little different. Rather than talk about sports controversies, let’s look at the different breeds of sport supporters.
For so long it’s been argued men are naturally stronger, faster, and more agile than women. But with the blurring of this male/female binary, competing in sports has become more complex.
The sporting world and the religious world seem pretty separate. You may not know NBA star Steven Curry is christian, or that golfer Tiger Woods is Buddhist, because it doesn’t affect their careers.
Should we bend the rules and keep our players in local teams, or should they stick to protocol and watch their stars put on a different uniform?
When you think of Olympic athletes you probably don’t picture gamers.
Everyone reading this will know at least one person who lives the vegan lifestyle. For this issue, On the Line talks to vegan athletes.
Gender-equality in sports. It’s obvious we don’t yet have it otherwise it wouldn’t pop up on our newsfeed all the time.
Shift is a Wellington-based, charitable trust that aims to improve the wellbeing of women aged 12 to 20 through physical activity.
For sports fans, a post-match interview with a sports star can be as exciting as the match itself. But don’t players deserve to compose themselves before being bombarded by reporters?