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A History of How March Madness was Coined Basketball fans rejoice – the moment is finally here! After a long and well-fought season, the cream is finally rising to

This Sunday is the big game. This year, we’re especially excited because it’s all going down in our hometown, Atlanta, Georgia. The reigning Super Bowl champions, the Patriots,

Our Watch Picks for the NFC South For many sports fans, the best part of fall is the kickoff of football season. Nowhere is this truer than in the

Rolex and the sport of tennis have a partnership that spans four decades. It all began in 1978. That year, Rolex became the official timekeeper at Wimbledon, the

The Origin of Rolex and the British Open Rolex has an established partnership with the sport of golf spanning more than five decades. One of their longest-standing relationships has

The Origin of Rolex and Wimbledon The partnership between luxury watchmaker Rolex and the sport of tennis began in 1978. That year, the brand became the official timekeeper at

Hublot: The Official Timekeeper We’re in the last days of the highly anticipated World Cup. Here, the top two teams are in the final round, hoping to claim victory

Athleticism runs in Jordan Spieth’s blood. Both of his parents are former college basketball players, and Spieth showed a breadth of skill at a young age. Growing up,

2018 World Cup Players Earlier this month, one of the most significant global sporting events kicked off in Russia: the 2018 World Cup. Many of the top soccer players

  Last week, the first of golf’s four major tournaments kicked off at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Established over eight decades ago in 1934, the

The Madness that is March is kicking off this week. Each year, the top college basketball teams face off for a month of head-to-head competition. Only the best

It is that time of year, where half the country is seeing signs of spring and the other half is still digging themselves out of snow. Clocks are

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