5 Sporting Events to look forward to in 2016

At the beginning of every new year one always has that anguishing feeling about New Year resolutions and the stress of a busy year. However 2016 will be quite a year to look forward to especially in the world of sports. Rest assured that 2016 will be quite the spectacle for sports so here are the top five:1) 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro,BrazilThis one really is a no brainer for all sport fans. The Olympic Games are back and there is plenty of hype globally. The host city Rio is already known for its jaw dropping carnival,...

Lyndon Sosa: The Luxembourgish Bullseye

Q1) What made you start the sport you are currently training in?My father was in a shooting club and he took me once there to try. So with 10-11 year i started air rifle shooting, which i still do in winter when it is too cold for clay shooting.Then with 13-14 i started the three clay shooting disciplines Trap, Skeet and Sporting/Compak. I the end I specialized in Trap and competed 2008 in my first european championship at the age of 15. So to summarise, everything started with my father.Q2) What are the greatest challenges you face in your sport?...

Pearce(ing) the Challenge

Q1) What made you start the sport you are currently training in? I’ve been on skis my whole life and was invited to pre ski the biathlon trails when nationals were in Edmonton. I when to and open house that spring and was hooked. Q2) What are the greatest challenges you face in your sport? mentally and physically? Biathlon is an incredibly mentally demanding sport because a every miss can cost you 20 sec to a minute. Also your pacing is very important if you get too exited you’ll blow up in the range on the other hand being too relaxed will cost...

Pit Seng Low: A Shuttle to Rio

Pit Seng Low from Sydney, Australia is on the Road to Rio and is aiming for the 2016 Olympic Games. His goal is to represent Australia and it would be a dream come true to bring back a medal. MAKEACHAMP interviewed him recently and these are the answers that he had for us. Q1) What made you start the sport you are currently training in?I was initially playing tennis regularly before I started Badminton. My aunt introduced us to Badminton and took us to play. Soon after, I fell in love with the intensity of the game and the physicality...