Monthly Archives: July 2011

Ultimate Frisbee Origins Confirmed, Another Louisville First

According to WikiPedia, Ultimate Frisbee was invented by a group of Columbia High School students in Maplewood, New Jersey in 1968. As members of the 1962 J.M. Atherton H.S. Frisbee Squad have know for decades, Wiki is wrong. Now there is, as attorney’s would say, demonstrative evidence, proving beyond peradventure that the Rebels were their […]

Chestnut or Kobayashi: Who Really Deserves the Yellow Belt?

As expected, Joey Chestnut won his 5th consecutive Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Championship. He downed 62 frandfurters and buns, besting the second place finisher Patrick “Deep Dish” Bertoletti by 6. So, Chestnut, takes home the $10,000 first prize and the Yellow Mustard Belt that comes with the title. “I’ll be hitting […]

Prime Time: Who is Ready? Who is Not?

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Not ready. The guy rallied from two sets down to beat Roger Federer in Wimbledon’s quarter finals. (It was RF’s first such meltdown ever in a Grand Slam tourney.) Tsonga appeared ready in the semis against World Numero Uno Novak Djokovic. The Frenchman broke Djokovic in the match’s first game. A love game […]