#TBT Sports Blog: Olympic Weightlifter Pocket Hercules

Today’s #TBT sports blog is a chapter excerpt from one of my sports comic books. It focuses on a tiny Olympic weightlifter who could effortlessly throw weights around in the gym.

Half of this clever nickname comes from Hercules, son of the Greek mythological god Zeus, who was known for his feats of strength.

The other half of this nickname comes from the tiny size of this amazing Olympic and World Weightlifting Champion.

Pocket Hercules showed uncommon strength for a person of his short stature. In addition, his interesting personal life story makes him one of the sports world’s all-time best personalities.

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Friday Sports Funny: Team Came Up Short

Today’s Friday Sports Funny recalls a sports cliche all sports fans have used to describe the outcome of a game. Sure, the comic is totally ridiculous, but it’s also pretty funny. The sophomoric depiction brings to life the over-used sports … Continue reading

#TBT Sports Blog: Retired NBA Guard Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues

Today’s #TBT sports blogs looks back on a tremendously undersized point guard who enjoyed a brilliant NBA career. Celebrating his 50th birthday this week, this tiny playmaker made a huge difference every time he set foot on the basketball court. … Continue reading