Tag Archives: Abenaah Nefertari Hill

Don’t Miss It! An American Football Classic in the Great State of #Michigan(Coming Sept 2020): The ‘Detroit’ Football Classic #NoCriticsJustSports

The original Detroit Football Classic was held from 2003 to 2007. The Ajamu Group secured the rights to the Detroit Football Classic several years later and decided to re-launch the event. The Detroit Football Classic features a football game between two Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Tailgating, an Ultimate Block party and a College fair. A great event for the family, an opportunity to connect with alumni from other HBCUs and experience downtown Detroit!

Check out the Indigenous Sport of ‘Archery’ #NoCriticsJustSports

View below: Worlds’ first ever Indigenous games held in Palmas, Brazil ft. Archery

A Rikbaktsa archer competes at Brazil's Indigenous Games
Feature image: A Rikbaktsa archer competes at Brazil’s Indigenous Games

Archery is the art, sport, practice, or skill of using a bow to shoot arrows.

One Year To Go! @ISClondon2020 – International Sports Convention – Global Business of Sport Gathering #NoCriticsJustSports

Check out the traditional #Sport of ‘Calva’ mainly played in #Spain #NoCriticsJustSports

The term “calva” is also sometimes used to refer to the Calvaria (skull) or Calvados (brandy)

Calva is a traditional sport played in certain parts of Spain. It has roots going back to pre-Roman times, being developed by the Celtiberians who lived in the modern-day provinces of Ávila, Salamanca, and Zamora. It was a game for shepherds, who threw stones at bull’s horns to entertain themselves. With the passing of time, the game was modified: a piece of wood (the calva) came to be substituted for the horn, and the stone was replaced with a cylinder of iron or steel (the marro). The name of calvawas derived from the field in which the game came to be played, which was free of obstacles and rocks. *Today the sport is practiced mainly in Castile, Salamanca, Zamora, and Biscay, although also in Madrid, Barcelona, Plasencia and Navarre.

Check out this #globetrotting 🏀 #GameChanger 👉🏾Jordan Morgan @JustJMo #NoCriticsJustSports

Jordan Morgan is a current basketball player for Petrol Olimpija Ljubljana in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He has played professionally for Kymi BC (Greece), the Canton Charge of the NBA G-League, Paris-Levallois (France), Hermine Nantes Atlantique (France), and Pallacanestro Virtus Roma (Italy). Jordan is a two-time Big Ten Champion from the University of Michigan. His hometown is Detroit, MI USA and he attended the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy (2009). Jordan was named to the Big Ten All-Defensive Team during his collegiate career. He helped Michigan to appearances in 4 NCAA tournaments, 2 Elite Eights, and 1 Championship. He played in the most games and tied the record for the most wins in Michigan basketball history. Off the court, Jordan was named to the 2014 Allstate Good Works Team and 2014 Michigan Daily Student of the Year. Jordan earned a B.S.E. degree in Industrial and Operations Engineering and a Master’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering during his collegiate playing career.

Recent *cover feature in The NCJA Magazine