Friday, March 31, 2006

Top 20 Sporting Social Networks

With the baseball playoffs going on, American football in full swing, and the English Premiere League season heating up, it seems sports are everywhere nowadays. So, we’ve gathered 20+ social networks related to sports for you to check out and see if any strike your fancy. – For all the fishermen out there. Share your catches and compare, talk about your favorite spots and more. – A wiki based sports site where very fan has their own talk page so you can leave messages for one another. – Meet other bikers, share routes, show off pictures of your gear, and more. – Run by and, the site is a mixture of news and social networking. – Share the teams you are passionate about, – Get together with other people who enjoy working out, share hiking & running paths, show off your latest workout stats and more. – Not just a social network, you can also locate golf courses all over the world, and find nearby golfing buddies to play with. – Create a profile, share photos & videos, post your scores, find courses to play on and more. – Meet other golfers, talk about the game you love, blog about it. – A network for high school athletes to chat, upload videos, blog, and more. – A social network for fans of any and all sports. – Dedicated solely to NASCAR racing enthusiasts. – Track your scores, post from your mobile, meet other golfers. – A social site dedicated to the popular world sport of cricket. – A site dedicated to all sports. Rewards members with points for contributing, points will someday be redeemable for sporting goods. – A site for those wishing to find othes to participate in recreational sports. – A site for high school athletes to post photos, videos, share statistics, schedules and more. – A sports site not focusing on any one sport, but more of a site about the fans of sports. – A site for those who are enthusiastic about their walking to meet others that share your love. – A sports network dedicated to all of the extreme sports. – A network focusing on the most popular sport in the world, football (AKA soccer). (via)