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Jealous Feminists Put Hardworking Formula One Grid Girls Out Of A Job

Formula One executives have buckled under pressure from crazy cat lady feminists and banned the time-honored tradition of grid girls. A number of industrious young women with pert busts and sensational buttocks are now without gainful employment. Instead of the glamour of well-dressed promotional girls during car races, audiences will be subjected to the children […]

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I’m Pro Skier Grete Eliassen, and This Is How I Work

It’s Olympics season, so we’re ready to talk about the Winter X Games, baby! Specifically the Games from ’05 to ’11, when skier Grete Eliassen won six medals in slopestyle and halfpipe. Since January 2017 she’s been president of the Women’s Sports Foundation, which ensures women’s access to sports programs. We asked…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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The NBA Is Toying With the Idea of Scrapping the Current East/West Playoff Format

Aside from the thrilling hoops action and exclusive sneaker sightings, the current NBA All-Star Weekend has also been the source of breaking news coverage, such as announcing the finalists for the 2018 Basketball Hall of Fame. On Saturday evening, NBA commissioner Adam Silver teased a radical idea that would shake up the current playoff bracket. […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes the First Player to Score 100 Goals for a Single Club in the UEFA Champions League

This week Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo made history by becoming the first player to score 100 goals for a single club in the UEFA Champions League; only ten in total have managed 30 or more. The accomplishment occurred during Real Madrid’s matchup against French powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain after Tony Kroos was pulled down in […]

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Roger Federer Becomes the Oldest World Number 1

On Friday Roger Federer, age 36, beat Robin Haase to become the world’s oldest number one, adding another accomplishment to his age-defying career. This title comes 14 years after he first topped the rankings. The 36-year-old beat Robin Haase 4-6, 6-1 and 6-1 in the last eight of the Rotterdam Open to replace Rafael Nadal, […]

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adidas’ SPEEDFACTORY Aims to Change the World of Football

As sneakerhead culture continues to infuse itself into sports, one brand that has seamlessly been able to blend the two worlds together is German sportswear giant adidas. Since its introduction back in the late ‘40s, the Three Stripes has managed to greatly influence both worlds by pushing the boundaries and creating exquisite, game-changing technology time […]

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Shaun White Reclaims His Halfpipe Throne While Making History in the Process

After a disappointing run during during 2014’s Winter Olympics held in Sochi — finishing one position off the podium — Shaun White found redemption today in Pyeongchang, South Korea, breaking an Olympic record in the process. The famed snowboarder/skateboarder found his footing today, putting up a final clean run during the halfpipe competition to claim […]

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How to Get Into Speed Skating 

If speeding down a long lane of ice seems like your thing, or hugging tight corners while trying to get ahead of whoever is leading the pack, maybe you should consider lacing up a pair of speed skates. You don’t have to have Olympic-size thighs to try it out, although that would certainly help. I […]

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Chloe Kim Becomes the Youngest Woman to Win an Olympic Snowboarding Medal

After four years of being an Olympic gold medalist in waiting, 17-year-old American, Chloe Kim, just won gold in Women’s Halfpipe Snowboarding at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Kim scored a near perfect 98.25 to become the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding medal. Accompanied by her extended family cheering squad, Kim overwhelmed her competitors […]

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Chance The Rapper & Dwyane Wade’s Documentary ‘Shot in the Dark’ Releases Intense Trailer

Fresh off of announcing plans to produce a basketball documentary, the first trailer for Chance The Rapper and Dwyane Wade’s Shot in the Dark has surfaced. Partnered with FOX News Sports, the documentary will chronicle the intense training of Orr Academy’s high school basketball team as they aspire for greatness under head coach Lou Adams, […]

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How Pharrell’s adidas “LIBERTY + JUSTICE” Cleats Are Honoring NFL Players

It all began in 2016 when then San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick pioneered the “Take a Knee” stance, a gesture used during the playing of the U.S. national anthem to protest against police brutality and racial inequality. This protest then swept through the NFL on September 24, 2017 when over 200 players knelt on […]

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