7 Underhanded Sports Tactics.

Seven cases of not-quite-standard arenas, athletes who aren’t what they appear to be, shortcuts, and hitting below the belt. Some go the extra mile to win, even if that includes bending or even breaking the rules. This article at mental_floss looks at some of the more egregious cases of unsportsmanlike behavior. Pictured is Charles “Kid” McCoy, whose story you won’t forget. Link

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Actually, the term “the real McCoy” was coined for engineering works of Elijah McCoy. He built parts for steam engines and there were many copycats to his work, often leaving engine owners wondering if the parts they were paying for were “the Real McCoy”.
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