• Source In which the history of the development of the racing broom is discussed, including the various manufacturers of famous brooms. Read More
• Books and Literature • Quidditch • Sports and competitions The book Quidditch Through the Ages is the standard guide to the game of Quidditch, favored by fans all over Britain. It was written by Kennilworthy Whisp and first published in 1952 by WhizzHard Books. The book contains information about the history of broom sports, and Quidditch in… Read More
• Event Quidditch Through the Ages, the extremely popular book by Kennilworthy Whisp, has since gone through many revisions — the current edition which contains information into the 1990s. However, the original edition was published in 1952 by Whizz Hard Books, Diagon Alley, London. Read More
• Headlines and advertisements Quidditch League Table & Match Information is a regular Quidditch feature appearing on the Sports page of the Daily Prophet (DP1, DP2, DP3, DP4). Quidditch League Table Heading up the Sports section of the Prophet, the League Table sets out the current standings for the British and… Read More
• Event The game is brutal and so fast-paced that Ludo Bagman’s commentary can barely keep up. The Bulgarian National Team’s young seeker, Viktor Krum, uses his excellent flying skills to catch the Snitch, doing so despite his team being down more than 150 in order to avoid further humiliation at the… Read More
• Event In the article headlined “Disastrous Opening Ceremony Leads to Questions about Quidditch World Cup Security“, the Daily Prophet covered the riot and disaster that took place during the Opening Ceremony preceding the 2014 Quidditch World Cup tournament, documenting both the excuses and finger-pointing between Argentinian officials, commentators… Read More