Weather & Sporting Events

July 19th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

Weather has had a history of interfering with events. And sporting events is no exception. There has been a long list of instances that proves that Mother Nature is as much a part of sports as the fans and athletes.

Remember the Metrodome? The stadium roof collapsed in Minnesota on Dec. 12, 2010 under the weight of snow and slush. The damage forced the Vikings to move their game that weekend to Detroit and the following week’s game, the Vikings ‘home’ finale, to the University of Minnesota’s outdoor stadium.

Here are some scary instances in which the term “weather delay” proved to be an understatement:

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