Best 114 of Sport quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 19 Sep

Eusebio

The most complete footballer in the history of the game.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Our weakness is our opponent’s strength.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Blaise Pascal

Men spend their time in following a ball or a hare; it is the pleasure even of kings.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michael Owen

So proud to be joining the best team in the world.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Pawan Mishra

Acceptance of the danger is of the essence for playing a quality sport.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Pierre Desproges

Une civilisation sans la Science, ce serait aussi absurde qu'un poisson sans bicyclette.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Deyth Banger

Parkour is a Free Running sport... if you can't fight well... parkour is there to safe you.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Bobby Charlton

Alfredo di Stéfano is maybe the greatest player I have ever seen. I watched him in a match when Manchester United played against Real in the semi-final of the European Cup in Madrid the year before the accident. In those days, there was no substitutes' bench; if you weren't playing, you were in the stand. I felt like I was looking down on what looked like a Subbuteo table—I was that high up—but I couldn't take my eyes off this midfield player and I thought, Who on earth is that? He ran the whole show and had the ball almost all the time. I used to dream of that, and I used to hate it when anyone else got it. They beat us 3-1 and he dictated the whole game. I'd never seen anything like it before—someone who influenced the entire match. Everything went through him. The goalkeeper gave it to him, the full backs were giving it to him, the midfield players were linking up with him and the forwards were looking for him. And there was Gento playing alongside and Di Stefano just timed his passes perfectly for him. Gento ran so fast you couldn't get him offside. And I was just sitting there, watching, thinking it was the best thing I had ever seen. But I had been forewarned a bit by Matt Busby, the manager at the time, because he had been across and seen them play a match in Nice before the semi—in those days it wasn't easy to do that—and, when he came back, we asked him what they were like, but he didn't want to tell us. And I understood why he didn't when I saw them. I think he knew that, if he had said they were the best players he'd ever seen, it would have been all over for us before we'd started. And this was when Di Stefano was thirty. What must he have been like in his youth?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Antonio Heras

Todo el mundo quería follarse a Tidiane. Era un hecho inevitable, le pasaba desde que era un muchacho, pero es que últimamente el acoso era más duro, tanto en la calle como en el campo, tanto fans quinceañeras como sus compañeros de juego.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Software testing is a sport like hunting, it's bughunting.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Exercise promotes positive self-image and good well-being.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tim Krabbe

El ciclismo es un deporte de paciencia. “El ciclismo es rebañar el plato de tu rival antes de empezar con el tuyo”.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Billig

The sports pages are men's pages, although they are not presented as such. /.../ On foreign fields, the men win their trophies, or lose their honour, doing battle on the nation's behalf. The readers, mainly men, are invited to see these male exploits in terms of the whole homeland, and, thus, men's concerns are presented as if defining the whole national honour. The parallel between sport and warfare seems obvious...

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Politics and Sport were invented to give unknowledgeable people an opportunity to share their knowledge.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Satya Nadella

Compete vigorously and with passion in the face of uncertainty and intimidation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Miya Yamanouchi

Has anyone ever noticed that when ethnic Australians excel in sport they are heralded "Aussies"; but when something goes wrong they are thrown the "go back to where you came from" line? WAKE UP RACISTS.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

Every great athlete, artist and aspiring being has a great team to help them flourish and succeed - personally and professionally. Even the so-called 'solo star' has a strong supporting cast helping them shine, thrive and take flight.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Collin Coel

Aufgabe des Ökonomen ist es nicht, über die grundsätzliche Wahrscheinlichkeit, mit der sportliche Talente die in sie gesetzten Erwartungen erfüllen, zu befinden, sondern ebendiese durch eine leistungsorientierte Vergütung zu erhöhen.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tim Krabbe

In interviews with riders that I've read and in conversations that I've had with them, the same thing always comes up: the best part was the suffering. In Amsterdam I once trained with a Canadian rider who was living in Holland. A notorious creampuff: in the sterile art of track racing he was Canadian champion in at least six disciplines, but when it came to toughing it out on the road he didn't have the character. The sky turned black, the water in the ditch rippled, a heavy storm broke loose. The Canadian sat up straight, raised his arms to heaven and shouted: 'Rain! Soak me! Ooh, rain, soak me, make me wet!' How can that be: suffering is suffering, isn't it? In 1910, Milan—San Remo was won by a rider who spent half an hour in a mountain hut, hiding from a snowstorm. Man, did he suffer! In 1919, Brussels—Amiens was won by a rider who rode the last forty kilometers with a flat front tire. Talk about suffering! He arrived at 11.30 at night, with a ninety-minute lead on the only other two riders who finished the race. The day had been like night, trees had whipped back and forth, farmers were blown back into their barns, there were hailstones, bomb craters from the war, crossroads where the gendarmes had run away, and riders had to climb onto one another's shoulders to wipe clean the muddied road signs. Oh, to have been a rider then. Because after the finish all the suffering turns into memories of pleasure, and the greater the suffering, the greater the pleasure. That is Nature's payback to riders for the homage they pay her by suffering. Velvet pillows, safari parks, sunglasses: people have become woolly mice. They still have bodies that can walk for five days and four nights through a desert of snow, without food, but they accept praise for having taken a one-hour bicycle ride. 'Good for you.' Instead of expressing their gratitude for the rain by getting wet, people walk around with umbrellas. Nature is an old lay with few suitors these days, and those who wish to make use of her charms she rewards passionately. That's why there are riders. Suffering you need; literature is baloney.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Tumpal Sihombing

Running is an effort to escape from comfort zone.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Love yourself. Care for your body. You are God’s image.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Talismanist Giebra

Truth is a sport, and winner takes it all.

By Anonym 19 Sep

A. G. Starling

Well, with that filly in my line of vision blushing like a virgin, something in me was bound to stand at attention. And my walking legs were occupied.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Tj Eisenhart

I love the suffering that goes into the sport, to become the best.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jason Gesser

Even after Jason was met by so many defeats, he never said no to any situation. Jason Gesser moved on and on with his determination and willpower. Sticking around the Rose Bowl was something he couldn’t do for a while, but then he rose from all the downtrodden history and made a match for himself. He killed the whole game with his zeal and enthusiasm. Since then, he is known as the golden boy who has played through the cracked and the dislocated ribs with a severely sprained ankle during his Washington State Career. This was in the final and the biggest game. Gesser has been sacked around six times by the blitzing Oklahoma defense and has two passes in the game. Jason Gesser has played and won various games. He once completed 17 completions in 34 attempts for around 23 yards.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

Many think that the mark of a great champion is the nature and margin of their victories and the peaks they scale and reach. That’s only part of it. The mark of the greatest of champions is how they react and respond to defeat. That is when they become enshrined in our hearts and minds – as they rise again and into the immortal pages of history.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Sports benefit the spectators the least.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Sepp Blatter

You were my hero when I was fourteen or fifteen because you represented a totally new philosophy of football. You will always embody the ideas of loyalty and fair play in football.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Fennel Hudson

Angling is a recreation. It’s supposed to be fun.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Suzette R. Hinton

Love is a contact sport you were born to win.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Adriana Rodrigues

The sunrise was the most amazing part of the day. The quiet of the block seemed even more silent when I watched the light make its way effortlessly into the world. Its serenity bathed itself in the rose colored light above bleeding into the sky. The road was vulnerable. The pink and the orange seeped onto the street and lit up my path, just for me. I saw it in front of my feet and it pulled me forward, my footsteps hitting the gravel. I wanted to run into it, to dive feet first and plunge into the harmony of my safe haven. It serenaded me into a calm sense of security. A calm idea that everything was just the way it was supposed to, and everything else, would always get better. Siempre mejorando.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ragir Saeed

while you play bowling with one ball you will be late because untill come in that ball it's need time so you need more than one ball in order to defeat the whole army .

By Anonym 17 Sep

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Mi hanno chiesto spesso, ovviamente, che cosa avrei fatto se non fossi diventato un calciatore. Non ne ho la più pallida idea. Forse sarei diventato un criminale.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Expecting defeat more than halves the potency of our effort, and more than quadruples that of our opponent’s effort.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

Don't expect others to hand success to you. Create it - with heart, energy and enterprise - and you'll make it come true

By Anonym 20 Sep

Rodney Ulyate

Would that cricketers had better lines, or at least that their most famous were not also their tritest or most banal. 'This thing can be done,' said Fred Spofforth in 1882. 'We'll get 'em in singles,' George Hirst did not say twenty years later. 'You guys are history,' growled Devon Malcolm in 1994. 'You've just dropped the World Cup,' Steve Waugh may have crowed in 1999. At least two of these could have been put into the mouth of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Pierre Desproges

Voila bien la différence entre le singe et le footballeur. Le premier a trop de mains ou pas assez de pieds pour s'abaisser à jouer au football.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Peter Sloterdijk

Above all: only grant the suspicion that sport is a pastime for the most stupid as much space as it deserves, do not misuse it as a pretext to drift further in your customary state of self-neglect, distrust the philistine in yourself who thinks you are just fine as you are! Hear the voice from the stone, do not resist the call to get in shape! Seize the chance to train with a god!

By Anonym 19 Sep

Rasheed Ogunlaru

Unlike sport in business the win-win is the best possible score

By Anonym 16 Sep

Mark Simpson

In a spornographic age it’s no longer enough for the male body to be presented to us by consumerism as merely attractive, or desiring to be desired, as it was in the early days of nakedly narcissistic male metrosexuality. This masculine coquettish-ness, pleasing as it is, no longer offers an intense enough image. Or provokes enough lust. It’s just not very shocking or arousing any more. In fact, it’s just too… normal. To get our attention these days the sporting male body has to promise us nothing less than an immaculately groomed, waxed and pumped gang-bang in the showers.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Jon Krakauer

Bouldering isn't really a sport. It's a climbing activity with metaphysical, mystical, and philosophical overtones." -John Gill-

By Anonym 19 Sep

Fennel Hudson

Traditional angling is a mindset. So,have you set your mind?

By Anonym 16 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

Happiness is a state of mental,physical and spiritual well-being. Think pleasantly,engaged sport and read daily to enhance your well-being.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Millar

I was not a doper, I told myself - I just injected myself to recover and needed pills to sleep.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Steve Waugh

The minute you hesitate you are in trouble.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Michel Platini

A great amongst the greats.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Lailah Gifty Akita

You can begin to dream, to love, to dance, to read, to sing, to study, to paint, to teach, to draw, to swim, to exercise, to write….!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Cristiano Ronaldo

Don Alfredo leaves us, but his memory will last forever in our hearts. Legends never die. Thanks for everything Maestro.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ljupka Cvetanova

To many people chess is an extreme sport. It requires thinking.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Bobby Charlton

He was simply the most intelligent football player I ever saw. If I had one player to choose, out of all of them, to save my life, he'd be the one.