I think what endurance sports teach you is to stay dedicated, stay focused, and also to understand youre going to have ups and downs, but you need to keep running right through them.
I think Marshawn Lynch is the most important player in this football game.
I wasn't really serious about acting - I was serious about baseball
For guys playing sports at a high level, for money, I can't put my finger on it, but in a man's world of sport, there is something visceral to beating another man.
I played professional level sports. When you're playing for money, it's a whole other level.
James Finch has always had pretty stout cars for the restrictor-plate races and I know we'll be very competitive at Daytona.
I am grateful to Penske Racing for six very productive years. Together we won a lot of races - 16 in all. I'm proud that we won on a variety of tracks.
Pro wrestling is not fake; it's sports entertainment. We go out there and we perform, and a lot of what we do out there is real, but we're not going to insult anyone's intelligence - there is a predetermined winner. It's just the fans don't know who it is, and that's what makes it so intriguing.
Rap is like a set-up...a lot of games,A lot of suckers with colorful names.'I'm so-and-so,' 'I'm this, I'm that.'But they all just wick-wick-wack.
I think there absolutely are so many lessons that can be learned from sports and so many different positive things that don't necessarily get the spotlight and the attention.
In terms of history and sports, I don't think people will forget.
Embrace your sweat. It is your essence and your emancipation.
I was a runner and a soccer player living in Okinawa, Japan and I didn't have recruiters coming in to recruit me for sports. So how many kids out there and planning to go to college are super stud athletes but don't have a chance because they come from some podunk town and no one comes to watch them?
Resolutions are exhausting. Embrace ease.
I am a huge sports fan. I grew up playing sports and I'm a huge [Arkansas] Razorbacks fan, but any sports personally.
I've realized the extraordinary power of sports to heal, unite and inspire. I believe the Olympics will serve as the ultimate platform to provide positive changes and I hope to inspire all of Japan through my strong showing there.
Sports are such a great teacher. I think of everything they've taught me: camaraderie, humility, how to resolve differences.
There's been a lot of talk of me being a one-man show but that's simply not the case. We win games when I score 40 points and we've won when I score 10.
I write all day and outline stories, a sports mythological universe.
Football is a game played with arms, legs and shoulders but mostly from the neck up.
One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than a hundred teaching it.
I didn't want to fall into the trap of competing with all these other great guitar players. I just want to sidestep the whole thing and get out of the race.
As a sportsman, I accept being beaten. Everybody tries to be a winner, but only one in a race will win. It's fun to win. But I don't find unhappiness if I lose.
Knowin' all about baseball is just about as profitable as bein' a good whittler.
You don't drive races on paper.
We in US need active intelligence: people being on the streets, people being able to stop and ask questions of individuals that they suspect to put it together. Why wouldn't we be wanting to get some information that could actually prevent a terrorist attack, especially since we have so many individuals fighting that have passports coming back and spreading jihad.
I think in most sports sometimes you need a little luck for the ball or calls to roll your way.
I always think of baseball as so existential. Like, you're just out there in a field, in a big expanse of green grass ...
A supermodel needed to be able to be on 'Sports Illustrated,' to be able to walk runways, to be able to do beauty ads, to be on covers. And the girls now can no longer be on covers and be in the ads because your actresses have taken over all the jobs. I don't know what happened, but we want our jobs back.
I gave birth to my first son in April 1986. I thought it would be a good goal to get back in shape after having a baby if I ran the New York City Marathon. I ran in it November 1986. I had just shot the 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit issue, so I was in great shape.
The sports apparel industry was dominated by the big shoe companies. But there was a void in apparel and I decided to fill it.
I stopped playing video games, I stopped playing other sports, and I just dove head first into wrestling and it's been my passion ever since I discovered it.
I play a lot of sports. I'm not real good at any of them. I'm above adequate.
The great players have a set of golf clubs in their feet
Football's always easier when you've got the ball.
I had my boy in Boston on Easter Sunday. That kills me, from a sports perspective. He's a Boston baby and I'm a New York guy.
Malina looked incredulous. "Are you anything more than a Druid?" "Of course I am. I own this shop and I play a mean game of chess, and I've been told that I'm a frakkin' Cylon." "What's a frakkin' Cylon?" "I don't know, but it sounds really scary when you say it with a Polish Accent.
Sports are basically our way of feeling sorry for ourselves. Most men can't become athletes. We're watching guys who actually made it. We see them dunking and making touchdowns. Then we think about ourselves when we were younger.
Oosthuizen's red spot is a classic example of what's known in sports psychology as a process goal-a technique by which the athlete is required to focus on something, however minor, to prevent them from thinking about other things: in Oosthuizen's case, all the ways he could possibly screw up the shot.
I probably play games more than I practice.