Topic: Sports

Where to watch the World Cup 2018

On June 14, the 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia. In 2010 and 2014, the World Cup had an average of 3.2 billion viewers. That made it the most widely watched television event in the world. Fans from across the world gather to see their teams battle it off in the world greatest football […]

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Boatsetter’s Guide to The America’s Cup Chicago

Chicago is known for many things: ‘His Airness’, deep dish pizza, the ’85 Bears, dying the Chicago River green on St. Patrick’s Day…but most importantly is Chicago is known for its locals’ love of summer. The fervor displayed toward four months of beautiful summer days is simply unmatched. If you have never been to Chicago in the summer, […]

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football and fishing

5 Things Football and Fishing Have In Common

Football players have always been known as expert fishermen! Um, well maybe not so much…but football and fishing might just have a lot more in common than you might think. For one thing, both football and fishing require bucket loads of dedication, skill, and endurance. And on occasion, fishermen have been known to trash talk and […]

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Forget tailgating, try ‘sailgating’ on MLB Opening Day

Sailgating for MLB Opening Day in San Francisco Get ready to start ‘sailgating’ and catch the San Francisco Giants’ first home run ball with Boatsetter, an international peer-to-peer boat rental service, at this year’s opening day game, April 7 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Attendees can enjoy the festivities in style with a great water […]

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