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World Cup 2020: Europe’s Time?

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By Emma Whitney A bit over two weeks have passed by already, and the dust has more or less settled on World Cup 2018. Yes, the end result was not the shocker of 2016, with [...]

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Analysis

World Cup 2020: Europe’s Time?

July 17, 2018 0

By Emma Whitney A bit over two weeks have passed by already, and the dust has more or less settled on World Cup 2018. Yes, the end result was not the shocker of 2016, with […]

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Analysis

World Cup 2020: Europe’s Time?

July 17, 2018 0

By Emma Whitney A bit over two weeks have passed by already, and the dust has more or less settled on World Cup 2018. Yes, the end result was not the shocker of 2016, with […]

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In Memory of Sarah Goad

April 4, 2018 2

The Quidditch Post regrets to report on the passing of one of its own, former Chief Quality Officer Sarah Goad (SG).   SG was a pioneer in quidditch media, contributing heavily to multiple media organizations […]

Opinion

International

QP Roundtable: Quidditch in Ten Years

May 10, 2018 0

Editor’s Note: The Quidditch Post is excited to introduce a brand new segment: the QP roundtable #qprt. Once every two weeks the host, our very own former QP CEO, and IQA Trustee, Andy Marmer, invites […]

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Australia

Counterpoint: A defence of the slowball

November 14, 2017 1

by Victor Tan Kinshasa, Zaire October 30, 1974. George Foreman was a powerhouse. Already an Olympic gold-medallist, the world heavyweight champion was a dominating figure in his mid-20s, armed with a right hook that could […]