Top Five Popular Sports in America

Sports brings relaxation, keeps the body fit and fine, provide energy to the body and works as a source of entertainment for the spectators. America is the most strongest and powerful continent of the world. To keep their bodies fit and working, citizens of America keeps themselves indulged in…

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Despite Blister Woods Looks Much Better At Greenbrier

After having a few rounds at the pro-arm round on Wednesday, Tiger Woods joked with the press that he believes his game has significantly since missing out the cut for the second time in his career at the U.S. Open. “Obviously nothing much has improved,” he went on to add. Woods, who…

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Roger Federer about Novak Djokovic

World simply loves Roger Federer because he always seems so polite and humble, and on the other hand world likes Novak too, because of him goofy and funny personality and because he always seems so down to earth. What most of us have noticed is that Roger didn’t like Novak before, and some of…

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Rain Couldn’t Stop Pharaoh!

American Pharaoh made sure that he ran to win the Preakness 2015 and no amount of downpour could stop him. Already a Kentucky Derby winner, Pharaoh paraded around after winning the Preakness this year. It was the 140th race in the history of Preakness and was organized in Pimlico race course,…

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Victor Espinoza, American Pharaoh’s Jockey

Victor Espinoza rode American Pharaoh to the Triple Crown and won it for the first time in 37 years. Little did he know that he would be a jockey because as a kid, had completely different plans for himself. Espinoza was born and brought up in Mexico’s dairy farm, where he was exposed to an…

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Triple Crown Winner 2015

Did you know that Belmont Stakes winner, American Pharaoh is the first horse to win Triple Crown after 37 years? Yes, that horse sure is! More like an offspring of Pioneerof the Nile, Pharaoh gets his agile strength and great performance from its father and his offspring who have a great track…

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Most Awaited 2015 Major Baseball League

The most awaited leagues of the 2015 is the MBL 2015, which has already been inaugurated on the 5th April, 2015 along with game night of Chicago Cubs vs. St. LC in the Wrigley Field, which is worldwide famous. This year’s League will have a very long season and probably will finish on the…

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NHL Stanley Cup Finals, 2015

National Hockey League Stanley Cup Finals, 2015 will be taking place between Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning. Though both the teams have played very well in the past, the competition is still to happen. Both the teams are already tied at a score of 2-2 so far. Blackhawks can be pushed in…

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Qatar Working On Shifting The Focus Back To Football

Just weeks after high-profile FIFA officials were arrested following corruption allegations Qatar has been working effortlessly to shift the attention back to football. After it was announced that Qatar will be hosting the world cup in 2022, there have numerous complaints regarding the process in…

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Canada- The Biggest Summer Soccer is Party Coming Soon

The city burned through $1.2 million on the official fan zone right around the bend from BC Place, and a further $60,000 on different activities, including a ladies' games display at the British Columbia Sports Hall of Fame and a soccer program for at-danger youth. Reimer lets me know the city…

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CLIFF JUMPING A DANGEROUS SPORT

Precipice Jumping or the supposed Tombstoning is most likely not a fun get-away day movement, but rather a genuine, aggressive and greatly perilous game, which seems like something that you could never do, however for others its are profoundly engaged. In the meantime, we ought to note that as of…

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Boating

Boating is the comfortable action. Individuals bounce into pontoons for distinctive reasons; cruising, cruising, angling, skiing. The colossal thing about being on the water is that you're there with individuals you decide to be with – and more often than not, its extraordinary fun. There…

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Lewis Hamilton cannot wear new helmet at Malaysia GP

As you know, helmets are one of the most important equipment that all Formula 1 drivers must wear. Those helmets are specially designed just for one purpose, to be strong and can protect the driver in a case of serious crash. Although, drivers can choose their helmets (I am wondering are they paying…

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Vikings Shouldn’t Agree to Adrian’s Departure: Bell

Adrian Peterson has recently been in plenty of controversy over his involvement in a trade speculation scam, something that is propelling him to announce his departure from the Vikings for good. His agent Ben Dogra who spent several long hours in court had only comment for the press, which is to say…

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Southampton 0:2 Liverpool

Liverpool is making progress! This team has taken 23 points of maximum 27, this was their fourth victory in a row, and their two first shots on target were successful. Coutinho had his fourth goal of the season. On the other side, Southampton lost three games, and they are playing very bad! In a…

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2015 Grand Prix Motorcycle Season

In this season of GP motorcycle racing there are a few team changes, but there are many rider changes. Team changes are: Suzuki is returning to Moto GP as a constructor, Aprilia is ending its partnership with Honda and is entering with two factory supported bikes, Marc VDS Racing is expanding its…

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ZACH LAVINE BROUGHT HIS

Talk about bringing the crowd to their feet. Timberwolves’ Zach LaVine gave the slam dunk competition what it really needed reactions, in fact, two of them. The reaction you get from fellow NBA players who are competing against you for the title of best dunk at the NBA all-star game when you…

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