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Canada’s Rugby Sevens team

Canada’s Rugby Sevens team

The Canada national Rugby Sevens team and the Canada women's national Sevens Rugby Union team are Canada´s representatives of Rugby Sevens for Canada in several international major tournaments. These tournaments include: the Sevens World Series, Pan American Games, the Commonwealth Games,…

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Lionel Messi in Trouble Over Tax Evasion

Lionel Messi in Trouble Over Tax Evasion

Lionel Messi is an Argentine sports superstar and is regarded as the best football player of all time. But this does not excuse Messi from having to pay for violating the law. Lionel and his father have to stand trial as ruled by the court in Spain. The judge handling the case did not grant the…

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Mateschitz may pull Red Bull out of Formula One

Mateschitz may pull Red Bull out of Formula One

Formula One racing is a standard bearer within the international sports world. In the last ten years or so, the Red Bull company has made a name less from its energy drink, and more from producing top level content, and sponsoring athletes who perform various stunts, or participate in high…

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Connor McDavid returns to Oilers lineup

Connor McDavid returns to Oilers lineup

It is great news for the Edmonton Oilers. The rookie, Connor McDavid, after missing 37 games, will officially join the Edmonton Oilers lineup for the game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Oilers have missed McDavid but with his return, the team feels an extraordinary charge of excitement,…

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Allegations regarding Patrick Kane

Allegations regarding Patrick Kane

Recapping events surrounding Chicago Blackhawk’s right winger, Patrick Kane, and allegations of rape, it all began on August 6, 2015. The Buffalo News reported that Kane was being investigated by the Hamburg Police for a rape incident that supposedly happened between August 1 and 2, 2015. A…

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There is a corruption in FIFA

There is a corruption in FIFA

According to Switzerland’s authorities, a FIFA official have been extradited to the United States. This person is just one of 7 FIFA officials who were held in Switzerland on corruption charges. According to the Swiss Justice Department, he has been taken to the New York by an escort of three…

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Mike Minor’s Shoulder Injury

Mike Minor’s Shoulder Injury

A shoulder injury that Mike Minor have will force him to miss the remaining part of the season, Mike began his season on the 15- day disabled list which he joined on April 5, after he was sidelined after he experienced some soreness during his spring training. The struggle he had during the spring…

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Highlights of Women’s Soccer World Cup, 2015

Highlights of Women’s Soccer World Cup, 2015

The Women’s Soccer World Cup of 2015 was not only the most watched football match in the entire history, but it has its various glorious moments that made it a historic one. Reclaiming its victory for the third time, the US women’s national football team redeemed its loss to Japan in the…

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Molding Yourself into a Midfield General

Molding Yourself into a Midfield General

Do you play holding midfield in your college soccer team? Then you might well be the key to winning next season. The midfield general holds possession, breaks up opposition play and keeps the passes ticking within the team. These key tips will help you mold yourself into a formidable midfield…

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Best players of NHL 2015

Best players of NHL 2015

If you are a die-hard fan of National Hockey League, then here’s a complete list of best players of NHL 2015 so far. Let’s have a look at them: Mackenzie Blackwood Mackenzie is one of the best goaltender in North America and is widely known for his moves on the hockey court. He is…

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The Fantastic Game of Baseball

The Fantastic Game of Baseball

Baseball is a typically a bat-and-ball game played between two teams, each consisting of nine players who take turns of nine players each who take rotations for batting and fielding. Baseball has grown from older bat-and-ball games, which was originally played in England. The offense makes efforts…

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Life on the Fast Track

Life on the Fast Track

In a crouching position, the men leaned forward applying pressure to their starting blocks and then, ‘Bang!!!’ From a well aligned body position, each man pushed both their legs to get the maximum amount of acceleration in order to reach the finishing line first. That is what sprinting…

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Aquathlon

Aquathlon

"Aqua" means water and "thlon" means wrestling. Essentially, it is hand to hand fighting and wrestling submerged. This is also known as underwater wrestling. The concept of this wrestling is that two contenders wearing covers and blades wrestle submerged trying to expel a lace…

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Why USA Leads World in Olympic Games

Why USA Leads World in Olympic Games

USA being one of the most powerful countries or perhaps the only powerful country is not only famous for its richness, economy and power but also for games. The biggest example of American expertise is the history of Olympic Games. It is found that people in USA love playing for the country. They…

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Turkey gone mad for Federer

Turkey gone mad for Federer

The whole world simply loves Roger Federer. Not only because he is one of the best tennis players EVER, but also because of his humble attitude, and appealing personality. He is currently No. 2, and he has won the singles tournament in an open-era record of eighteen countries. He traveled the world,…

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Nadal disappointed

Nadal disappointed

One of the best tennis players in the world Rafael Nadal was very disappointed when he lost to Fabio Fognini, saying that his game was " vulgar ". Nadal pointed out how his game was disastrous, and the only thing he can do is improve his game. Fabio Fognini was really better than me, and…

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Trevor Booker’s trickshot

Trevor Booker’s trickshot

A crazy, one in a million shot was just performed by Trevor Booker currently playing for Utah Jazz in the match against Oklahoma Thunder. However as amazing as it might have been it did not win the game for Utah in the end.Apparently the shot was not planned it just happened to happen with only 1:02…

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MSHSL Board approves transgender policy

MSHSL Board approves transgender policy

The Minnesota State High School League voted to approve a policy regarding transgender student athletes on high school sports teams Thursday. The policy will take effect for the 2015-2016 school year.The board heard from a jam-packed room of parents and community members on the topic, many hoisting…

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Sports Car Driver Critically Injured in Rancho Santa Fe crash

Sports Car Driver Critically Injured in Rancho Santa Fe crash

A 21-year-old Rancho Santa Fe man was critically injured and his passenger also suffered major injuries when a speeding sports car, a rare Ariel Atom, went out of control on a curve on Christmas Eve and struck an SUV head-on, California Highway Patrol officers said.A 62-year-old San Diego man and a…

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Obama: More sports stars should speak out on issues

Obama: More sports stars should speak out on issues

President Obama, a sports fan who makes a living dealing with political issues, says more sports stars should speak out on public matters and should be actively participating in discussion of such issues.In an interview with People magazine, Obama praised basketball star LeBron James and other…

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Masai Ujiri: Most influential in Canadian sports

Masai Ujiri: Most influential in Canadian sports

Masai Ujiri is our audience's pick for the most influential figure in Canadian sports in 2014. The Toronto Raptors general manager won the final match up against Olympic speed skater Gilmore Junio, earning 51 per cent of votes.Ujiri emerged from a list of eight finalists that were pitted against…

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