From the Olympic cruise ship of 1911, to the famous Titanic of 1912, or even the Brittanic of 1918, mankind have been on the quest to create the biggest and better cruise ship ever to sail the seas. Their latest addition which had broken several records, is regarded as the biggest cruise ship in existence (as at September, 2021).
Usain Bolt is probably the greatest sprinter in the history of the world. He won many Olympic gold medals during his career as a professional sprinter. However, Usain Bolt is an ardent football fan. He is a known fan of Manchester United. The Jamaican sprinter was interested in becoming a professional football player after he retired from athletics.
5. LeBron James LeBron Raymone James is a 36-year-old American professional basketballer currently playing for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. Widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, he is the only player to have won NBA championships with three franchises.
Islam is a beautiful religion and is also one of the fastest-growing. It has over the years inspired several people to study and grow in it. Celebrities also follow in this religion and you might not have known of some. These are 5 celebrities who decided to convert to Islam.
Photo Credit: Sagadeolu Instagram page 1. When the interviewer asked him to mention his full name, he replied by saying, Adeoluwa Okusaga Oluwapelumi, and he said that he is from Lagos State. 2. Saga revealed that the biggest lie that his parents told him as a child was that, their first position was in their primary and secondary school.
The popular Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage got her fans reacting after she shared a video and some pictures of her swimming skills on social media. Swimming is the self-propulsion of a person through water, during swimming, locomotion is achieved through coordinated movement of the limbs and the body.
The Undertaker is undoubtedly one of the greatest WWE legends of all time, he was in the business for over 3 decades and left behind a legacy that will be hard for any other superstar to match. He retired in 2020, after a Wrestlemania match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.
In this article, I will be unveiling the top 4 Africa nations with the highest football trophies. 1. Nigeria Coming first on the list is Nigeria which is widely considered to be the giant of the continent. The country is one the best in terms of football in the continent and the world at large.
Have you ever come across the strangest commercial that involved some of the WWE wrestlers? Well, if you haven't, just consider yourself lucky because, in this article, we are going to be looking at some of the weirdest commercials involving WWE wrestlers. Advertising 5.
With barely two months and few days to the 2021 Afcon tournament, the six stadia in six cities of Cameroon will take the centre stage when the tournament begins in January 2022. As the tournament draws nearer, it is imperative to be abreast of the match venues.
Every football player is famous because they are stars of millions of hearts. The sport of football itself has over 3.5 billion followers worldwide. Social media is dominating the world, particularly football players who interact with their fans through their social media accounts. This is the catch for us to determine which player has the most followers and huge fanatical fans around the world.
10. Miraildes Formiga (Brazil) The life of Brazilian female footballers is enough to earn a place in our main 10 biggest female football players ever. She made her World Cup debut in 1995 as a 17-year-old when Brazil beat Norway in the third-place play-off to acquire bronze.
Sometimes life takes a new twist when people are close to glory. For Oluwatobilola Amusan, she was a favorite to win a medal at the Olympic games because of her records before the games. Tobi Amusan could not live up to expectations at the Olympic games and she was truly disappointed.
Pedri made his Barcelona debut on September 27th of last year. In just over a year, the teenager has established himself as a household figure in the football world, a key part of Barcelona's squad, and one of La Liga's faces. Last season, the teen had a fantastic season in all competitions.
Nigeria turned 61 on Friday, October 1, 2021. The country has made giant strides in the sports sector. Just as a person would take stock after getting a year older, we look at some of Nigeria's major achievements in sports since it gained independence Nigeria's Dick Tiger set the pace for the Nigeria's numerous achievements in sports when he beat Wilf Greaves in November 1960 to win the Middleweight Championship of the British Empire.
Nigerian athlete Tobi Amusan has become the first Nigerian to win a Diamond League Trophy since 2010. She won the Women's 100m Hurdles Diamond League trophy in Zurich on Thursday 9th September, she also set a new African Record in the Women's 100m Hurdles with a record time of 12.42 seconds.
Anthony Joshua may soon discover that former cruiserweight Oleksandr Usyk has "enough power to absorb and withstand punches," says Michael Hunter. Joshua's IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles will be on the line when he is challenged by Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium next Saturday.
The popular saying that it is good to be kind was manifested by the kind gesture of Peres who gifted her Uncle a house for his kindness toward her. Peres Chepchirchir is a Kenyan athlete who has been taking part in long-distance contests. She won a gold medal for Kenya in the just concluded 2021 Tokyo Olympics in the women's marathon.
Alex Quiónez, an Ecuadorian sprinter, was fatally shot in the coastal city of Guayaquil early Saturday, according to authorities. Quiónez, 32, became a national hero in 2012 when he reached the final of the 200 meters at the London Olympics, finishing seventh behind Usain Bolt.
Alex Quiónez, an Ecuadorian sprinter, was fatally shot in the port city of Guayaquil early Saturday, according to police. Quiónez, 32, became a national hero in 2012 when he reached the final of the 200 meters at the London Olympics, finishing seventh behind Usain Bolt.