Digital Sport’s Weekly Wash-Up 31/3/17
March Madness gets down to the finish
Last weekend saw the Elite Eight become the Final Four. University of North Carolina continued it’s run as school with the most Final Four, notching its twentieth on Sunday. The team offered some insider video of the locker room after their win.
— Carolina Basketball (@UNC_Basketball) March 27, 2017
The University of Oregon is making its first trip back to the Final Four since they won in 1939, the first year of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Ducks offered a look as the players arrived at the massive University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.
— GoDucks (@GoDucks) March 31, 2017
Chicago Fire for the World Cup?
If you haven’t already seen, a reporter asked new Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger if his club could win the World Cup. Though the journalist later clarified that he was asking about the FIFA Club World Cup, the Chicago Fire didn’t let it go so easily.
— Chicago Fire (@ChicagoFire) March 29, 2017
Ronaldo tribute goes awry
On Wednesday, Madeira International Airport became Aeroporto Cristiano Ronaldo. At the ceremony, an unfortunate state was also unveiled. Bleacher Report wasted no time in making their own tribe to the new movie It, based on Stephen King’s book about a murderous clown.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 29, 2017
Snapchat goes to Pyeongchang
Snapchat extended their Olympic deal with NBC Universal to the tune of a $500 million investment in Snap. Snapchat will provide unique, exclusive content from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
— The Drum (@TheDrum) March 30, 2017
Beauty and the Beast gets a makeover
The Chicago Bulls celebrated the release of the new Beauty and the Beast film with a new instalment of their Snapchat series. Featuring Bulls player Robin Lopez as Gaston, the Bulls created a masterpiece.
Beauty and the Bull, a Snapchat Musical should win an award
— Hector Diaz (@iamHectorDiaz) March 23, 2017
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