Stories about Sport from February, 2008
Albania: Gambling; Religion
Living in Shkoder writes about gambling in Albania – and posts three “Reflections on Religion” pictures.
Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Supercat
Boy, does West Indies Cricket Blog have a book for you!
Mongolia: Mongolians at electronic gaming event
Radigan Neuhalfen reports on the Mongolian team's performance at the Second Asian Indoor Games, which now include e-sports and videogames in its program.
Ecuador: Farewell to Petronio Salazar
Colorful sports commentator Petronio Salazar recently passed away after a lengthy illness and Ecuadorian bloggers pay homage to the man that were part of their joyful memories associated with sport, including in places where radio signals barely reached.
Antigua & Barbuda: 2020 Cricket
Dumani, a ten-year-old Antiguan boy, is live blogging the Stanford 20/20 Cricket Tournament in Antigua.
Football Comes Home to Ghana
For the past three weeks, soccer has come home—literally—and Ghanaians of all walks of life have not been immune to the excitement and ecstasy it has generated throughout the country.
Angola: Looking forward to 2010 CAN now
Eugénio Costa Almeida [pt] says good bye for the Angolan dream in the CAN but he is looking forward to the 2010 games. “We lost to Egypt by 2-1 with a magnificent goal from Manucho and two goals, especially the second, a little bit childish, granted by the pharaohs.”
Morocco: Marrakech Marathon
Connie in Morocco shares stories from the Marrakech Marathon and water cuts at home.
Trinidad and Tobago: Reading Andy Ganteaume
Jamaican writer Geoffrey Philp takes at look at the recently published memoirs of Trinidadian cricketer Andy Ganteaume — who scored a century in his one and only Test match, 60 years ago, then never played Test cricket again.