In our latest issue, we investigated which country boasts the biggest sporting prowess, compiling this infographic with every world cup title held as of November 2015. The US is currently king of sport – and mostly has its female athletes to thank for it.
Previously on ‘Sport’
If you’ve watched Chelsea play over the past few weeks it seems bizarre that only a few months ago, on 24th May, José Mourinho’s team landed its fifth Premier League title. With some help of Opta’s number crunchers, we looked at how the competition could have panned out if some alternative rules had been introduced.
This infographic is taken from issue #19 of Delayed Gratification, which is available in the DG shop.
After a tight race for the title, Manchester City snapped up the Premier League for the second time in three years on 11th May. But if Pellegrini had opted for an English-only team, Manchester City would have faced relegation. With the help of Opta, we threw some extra factors into the mix to show you how the last Premier League season could have ended.
We add up all the reasons the nations of the world had to cheer at the Euros, Wimbledon, the Tour de France, the Olympics, the Paralympics, the US Open and the Ryder Cup to see who won the summer.
Taken from issue eight of Delayed Gratification (Jul-Sep 2012), available for purchase at the DG Shop.
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