3 new charts - Sports
Don't be a bad sport... check out our new charts!
Argentina took the crown as World Cup winners back in December, and the Super Bowl is next month… but how much did the players run? Which sport is the most popular in your country? Read on to find out!
Chart #1 - We all watched the World Cup final on the edge of our seats. First 90 mins, then extra time, then extra additional time, and finally penalties. That adds up to a lot of running, but how much exactly? Check out the chart below for the average distance run per game in different sports.
Chart #2 - Which sport is the most popular in your country? It is clear that football (soccer) takes the lead by quite a margin with around 3.5 billion fans worldwide.
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Chart #3 - Our last charts shows you the most watched games from a variety of different sports. The 2019 Cricket World Cup final between New Zealand and England drew over 1.5bn viewers.
See you next Wednesday with charts on PM salaries, Population Density and more!
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