November 14, 2011

GetRealHockey is pleased to present

GetRealHockey likes to bring innovative sites, ideas, products and opportunities to our readers.  We are pleased to present our new partner  Let's represent hockey on the site and let us know what you think of this new kind of site @ is a new user-content sports site, written by sports fans, for sports fans, online since June 2011.

Who is the greatest athlete ever? That is a question that has troubled many, many, many young minds around the world for years; a question that has made friends fight, torn families apart (well, probably not, but you get the our point). Well, it's about time we put our minds together and settle the score.

Is it Jordan? Pelè? Ruth? Or maybe it's Jim Thorpe?
One thing is sure: the only people who should make that call are us, the sports fans. aims to do exactly that - let us, the sports fans, be the judge on who is a great athlete and who isn't.

We do that by creating a website where you can log in (via Facebook connect) and add the story about the greatest game of your idol, the game that made you think, “Well, he is definitely The Greatest.”

Besides putting your own idol in the mix, you can vote for other sport fans stories (using the "like" button). To make it interesting, posts that will get 10,000 votes or more will get into a “Hall of Fame” section. So, let the games begin.

Seriously though, besides creating another arena for sports fans to argue and compete with one another, we have a more noble cause. is not just about information (there’s Wikipedia for that). We aim to create a reflection of sports fans’ memories; memories of glory, memories of human spirit, memories of triumph: the great NBA game you saw with your father, the home run by your baseball hero that made you join little league, the wonderful touchdown that your family kept talking about the entire Thanksgiving, the amazing goal that turned your mom into a "soccer mom". was created first and foremost for sharing those memories with each other, and by doing so, honoring the great athletes who made them possible.

Please direct all questions, feedback, and information requests to Zvi Adller, the editor-in-chief of at

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