Sports Films by Tav Chlordane

This film looks into the many different examples of sportwashing that have taken place over the ages. It describes why individuals, companies, countries or nation states sportwash. It finishes by explaining whether sportwashing is illegal and can be stopped. 

00:00 Introduction to sportswashing. What is Sportwashing?
00:20 The Roman empire where the first to sportwash
00:32 What does sportwashing mean?
00:44 Examples of sportwashing including Hitler and the 1936 Berlin Olympics
00:58 The Rumble in the Jungle is an example of Sportwashing
01:09 Saudi Arabia and its use of Sportwashing like Clash in the Dunes Joshua v Ruiz 2
01:19 The Thrilla in Manilla, Philippines
01:30 Tyson Fury in the WWE, in Saudi Arabia
01:40 Formula One and its use in Sportwashing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan as well as Mussolini staging the football world cup
01:50 Is the Israel Start Up Nation pro cycling team and example of sportwashing?
02:00 Russia’s involvement in Sportwashing
02:33 More examples of Saudi Arabian sportwashing
03:03 Ramzan Kadyrov’s involvement in UFC, the NBA’s relationship with Paul Kagame and the NFL in China
03:19 Qatar hosting the Football World Cup is maybe one of the biggest examples of sportwashing
03:38 How does Sportwashing work?
06:28 Is sportwashing illegal?
07:56 Is sportwashing changing the sporting landscape?
09:54 Will sportwashing ever stop?
10:38 Can sportwashing be prevented?


Images from Unsplash.com (thankyou). I do not hold the right to any images or films used in this film.

This film looks into the many different examples of sportwashing that have taken place over the ages. It describes why individuals, companies, countries or nation states sportwash. It finishes by explaining whether sportwashing is illegal and can be stopped.

00:00 Introduction to sportswashing. What is Sportwashing?
00:20 The Roman empire where the first to sportwash
00:32 What does sportwashing mean?
00:44 Examples of sportwashing including Hitler and the 1936 Berlin Olympics
00:58 The Rumble in the Jungle is an example of Sportwashing
01:09 Saudi Arabia and its use of Sportwashing like Clash in the Dunes Joshua v Ruiz 2
01:19 The Thrilla in Manilla, Philippines
01:30 Tyson Fury in the WWE, in Saudi Arabia
01:40 Formula One and its use in Sportwashing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan as well as Mussolini staging the football world cup
01:50 Is the Israel Start Up Nation pro cycling team and example of sportwashing?
02:00 Russia’s involvement in Sportwashing
02:33 More examples of Saudi Arabian sportwashing
03:03 Ramzan Kadyrov’s involvement in UFC, the NBA’s relationship with Paul Kagame and the NFL in China
03:19 Qatar hosting the Football World Cup is maybe one of the biggest examples of sportwashing
03:38 How does Sportwashing work?
06:28 Is sportwashing illegal?
07:56 Is sportwashing changing the sporting landscape?
09:54 Will sportwashing ever stop?
10:38 Can sportwashing be prevented?


Images from Unsplash.com (thankyou). I do not hold the right to any images or films used in this film.

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Sportwashing, what it is, examples of and a discussion around the subject.#sportswashing #liv #pif

Do you know why the wicket is 22 yards long, or what is the most runs ever scored from one over in cricket is? Do you know what Chris Gayle did to Bangladesh at the beginning of a test match. This film containing many of crickets best and most interesting facts. It has it all!

00:00 Origins of Cricket, where and when was it invented?
00:29 Bowling underarm is not illegal in Cricket
00:45 Most runs ever in a single over
01:17 When as the first hattrick in Cricket
01:45 Australia beat England by the same number of 45 runs in test matches exactly 100 hundred years apart
02:15 James Anderson has the most not outs in international cricket
02:27 Why is it called a duck in cricket?
02:51 What are the different types of ducks in Cricket
04:08 When and where was the first ever international Cricket match?
04:21 Alex Stewart’s birthdate is the same as the number of runs he has scored in test cricket
04:37 Most consecutive overs in test cricket
04:52 Sir Viv Richards played world cups of both cricket and football
05:10 Ellyse Perry played football and Cricket for Australia
05:26 Why is a cricket wicket 22 yards?
06:35 Cricket used to be an Olympic sport
06:51 I A K Pataudi played cricket for both India and England
07:23 What is a google ball?
07:38 Chris Gayle hit a six of the first ball of a test match against Bangladesh
07:55 Don Bradman is out for the only time hit wicket, bowled by Lala Amarnath
08:10 Sir Donald Bradman only hit 6 sixes in his test career
08:23 South Africa need 111 runs to win at 11.11 am on the 11/11/11
08:41 Sunil Gavaskar is out first ball in three different test matches
09:11 Cricket joke

Do you know why the wicket is 22 yards long, or what is the most runs ever scored from one over in cricket is? Do you know what Chris Gayle did to Bangladesh at the beginning of a test match. This film containing many of crickets best and most interesting facts. It has it all!

00:00 Origins of Cricket, where and when was it invented?
00:29 Bowling underarm is not illegal in Cricket
00:45 Most runs ever in a single over
01:17 When as the first hattrick in Cricket
01:45 Australia beat England by the same number of 45 runs in test matches exactly 100 hundred years apart
02:15 James Anderson has the most not outs in international cricket
02:27 Why is it called a duck in cricket?
02:51 What are the different types of ducks in Cricket
04:08 When and where was the first ever international Cricket match?
04:21 Alex Stewart’s birthdate is the same as the number of runs he has scored in test cricket
04:37 Most consecutive overs in test cricket
04:52 Sir Viv Richards played world cups of both cricket and football
05:10 Ellyse Perry played football and Cricket for Australia
05:26 Why is a cricket wicket 22 yards?
06:35 Cricket used to be an Olympic sport
06:51 I A K Pataudi played cricket for both India and England
07:23 What is a google ball?
07:38 Chris Gayle hit a six of the first ball of a test match against Bangladesh
07:55 Don Bradman is out for the only time hit wicket, bowled by Lala Amarnath
08:10 Sir Donald Bradman only hit 6 sixes in his test career
08:23 South Africa need 111 runs to win at 11.11 am on the 11/11/11
08:41 Sunil Gavaskar is out first ball in three different test matches
09:11 Cricket joke

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