Tag: sport

Human Rights Court Finally Bans Burpees

FIT people and sort-of fit people alike shared tears of joy outside the Court Of Human Rights in Strasbourg today, after a landmark ruling which outlawed the notorious ‘burpee’ exercise after decades of misery and sore arses. The court took less than ten minutes to declare the half-squat, half-plank exercise to be a gross incursion… Read more »

Woman Wins Woman Thing

A COUNTY Wicklow woman has won an all female competition beating another woman to defend the world title in boxing, WWN sport is forced to report. Female woman boxer, Katie Taylor, reportedly slapped her Belgian opponent into defeat on Saturday night following a brilliant Leinster V Munster rugby match, which saw Leinster defeat their rivals… Read more »

Tipp Girl Wearing County Jersey Everywhere

DETERMINED not to let the coronavirus pandemic come between her and her public adoration of her county team, Tipperary woman and die-hard supporter, Anne Phelan has vowed to proudly wear her Tipp jersey everywhere she goes. Despite all hurling fixtures being rescheduled for November, Phelan’s own biological GAA clock was hesitant to change, defiantly opting… Read more »

Local Man Afraid To Watch Cricket In Case He Likes It

THE ongoing series of test matches between England and Pakistan is of no interest to 7-year-old James O’Brien, who is not now nor has ever been a fan of that slow-paced, highly engaging sport played by those lads who all look like they’re having a great time, throwing and catching and running and hitting wickets… Read more »

5 Dazzling Ensembles That Lit Up The Galway Races

THE Galway Races got underway behind closed doors yesterday afternoon amid ongoing Covid-19 public health restrictions, but that didn’t stop WWN Style from checking out what this year’s festival had to offer the world of fashion. Despite only essential personnel allowed entry to Ballybrit over the course of the week, the festival was not devoid… Read more »

De Gea Regrets Experimental Hand Swap Surgery

IN THE WAKE of his latest high profile blunders in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea, Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has finally admitted regret over his experimental hand surgery, WWN Sport can reveal. “I’ve got to put my hands up and say it’s not good enough,” confirmed De Gea while wildly waving his… Read more »

Zidane Wins Appeal Over Bald Fraud Conviction

AN EGREGIOUS miscarriage of justice that has been the subject of several Making A Murderer style documentaries on online streaming platforms has finally had a happy ending after Zinedine Zidane has his bald fraud conviction overturned after a successful appeal. An injustice to rival any, Mr. Zidane (48) was convicted by a jury convened by… Read more »