What is the most exhausting sport in the world?
According to a research promoted by ESPN, a US television station entirely dedicated to sport, the discipline that implies a greater overall effort of our body, thus being the most tiring ever (as well as one of those that involves the greatest risk of serious injuries), is boxing.
The study took into account, for each discipline analyzed, multiple parameters including strength, endurance, speed, agility and coordination required in the race, to be related to the average expenditure of energy, both physical and mental.
November as you know is the month of the mustache,Movember, from Moustache + November.
Charlie Chaplin in the world of cinema, Salvador Dalì in the history of art.
Even the world of football, which in its own way is an art, has had among its ranks numerous "mustaches" that have made the history of this sport.
In this photo gallery there are not all but the main "mustaches" in the history of football, for you someone is missing? Look at the photogallery and find out.
Who is your favorite? Who is missing for you among the most famous footballers with the "mustache" in the world?
There are so many sports disciplines in which people jump. In addition to athletics, in which jumps are divided into four categories (long, high, triple, and pole vaulting), many sportsmen and women excel in real flights, for example, with skis and snowboards, but also with cars, motorcycles, bicycles, and....parachutes.
Man has always dreamed, after all, of flying, and this is one of the most direct ways to experience that feeling of freedom that humans have been chasing for centuries.
The magazine Forbes has grouped together 10 of the longest leaps made by athletes in history. Some of them are truly impressive.