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  • Alberto Contador Punched A Fan In The Face Today At The Tour de France (Video)

    Alberto Contador Punched A Fan In The Face Today At The Tour de France (Video)

    Alberto Contador has enjoyed a very successful cycling career, wining three Tour de France titles and two Giro d’Italia titles.  However, some have questioned the validity of those wins due to doping allegations, which have haunted the Spanish rider on three separate occasions during his career. Although it has never been proven that Contador took […]

  • 9 Historic Sports Sites That Should Never Be Torn Down

    9 Historic Sports Sites That Should Never Be Torn Down

    Yesterday, we did a list of 9 old stadiums that just have to go. Today, we have for you, the companion to that list: 9 historic sports sites that should never be torn down. These are those special atmospheric places where sports history was made, places which have come to embody the essence of the […]

  • Blonde Chick Crashes Bike, Faceplants Into Shallow Lake (Video)

    Blonde Chick Crashes Bike, Faceplants Into Shallow Lake (Video)

    Oftentimes we see videos of males trying to impress females as they attempt to do something incredibly daring, only to fail miserably and injure themselves during their embarrassing display.  But every now and then there is a brave female around that wants to prove to the guys that she can do something extreme.  And much […]

  • Tiger Woods Uses Craigslist To Find A New Caddy

    Tiger Woods Uses Craigslist To Find A New Caddy

    By now most of us have heard the news that Tiger Woods has decided to part ways with caddy Steve Williams after working together for the past 12 years.  And while Williams has gone on to say that Tiger wasted the last two years of his life, Woods has already begun his search for a […]

  • 9 Older Stadiums That Need To Go

    9 Older Stadiums That Need To Go

    For any huge sports fan, the stadium his or her team plays in, even if brand new, should be a of kind of shrine to legendary accomplishments, players, and memories. Unfortunately, some stadiums aren’t up to the task. Rather than serving as monuments to past achievements or future hopes, a handful of run-down stadiums suck […]

  • This Day In Sports History (July 21st) – Wayne Gretzky

    This Day In Sports History (July 21st) – Wayne Gretzky

    It was on this day in 1996 that Wayne Gretzky signed a two-year contract with the New York Rangers.  The signing reunited Gretzky with long-time Edmonton Oiler teammate Mark Messier. Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier spent nine very successful years together in Edmonton winning four Stanley Cups.  However, their reunion in New York was short-lived, […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/20/11 — Clayton Kershaw

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/20/11 — Clayton Kershaw

    It is well known throughout the Majors that when Tim Lincecum is on the mound for the San Francisco Giants, the opposition isn’t going to be providing their pitcher with much run support.  That was the case for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw yesterday afternoon, but luckily for him and his team, one run […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Hanging On By An Underwear Thread

    Picture Of The Day: Hanging On By An Underwear Thread

    I have both seen and heard of a shoe-string tackle before, but never have I witnessed an underwear-elastic tackle before in my life, until now. The player making the tackle can hang on all he wants, but it doesn’t appear as though an atomic wedgie is going to stop this Aussie rugby player from recording […]

  • 11 Hotties to Watch in the 2011 Lingerie Football All-Fantasy Game

    11 Hotties to Watch in the 2011 Lingerie Football All-Fantasy Game

    Did you know the Lingerie Football League’s 2011 All-Fantasy Game is coming up on July 30? Well, you do now. And in case you aren’t too familiar with the 40 players on the game’s roster, I’ve pared them down to a more manageable list of 11 players to watch. Now, believe it or not, the […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/19/11 — Yuniesky Betancourt

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/19/11 — Yuniesky Betancourt

    With the Pittsburgh Pirates in the midst of a surprising run that has taken them to the top of the NL Central standings, the Milwaukee Brewers entered last night’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in need of a win if they wanted to keep pace with the current division leaders.  They would get that win, […]

  • Chad Reed Survives High-Flying Motocross Crash, Finishes Race (Video)

    Chad Reed Survives High-Flying Motocross Crash, Finishes Race (Video)

    Over the past couple of weeks we have seen several Tour de France riders suffer grueling crashes, only to get back up on their bikes and finish the stage with their faces and bodies bloodied and scared.  That must have inspired motocross racer Chad Reed, who was involved in a frightening crash of his own […]

  • 9 Oldest Soccer Clubs in the World

    9 Oldest Soccer Clubs in the World

    Football, soccer, calcio, fútbol, Fußball—whatever you want to call it, “The Beautiful Game” has a long and rich history. What’s interesting, however, is that this history is not very well known, given that we’re talking about the world’s most popular sport. You see, “football” was a widely popular sport in England in the mid 19th […]

  • Sepak Takraw Looks Like A Pretty Awesome Sport (Video)

    Sepak Takraw Looks Like A Pretty Awesome Sport (Video)

    If you have never heard of Sepak Takraw, you are not alone.  This rarely seen sport combines many of the rules of volleyball with the skills exhibited in soccer to form an exciting game where teams of three use their athleticism to kick the ball back and forth over a net. So why don’t we […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/18/11 — Josh Collmenter

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/18/11 — Josh Collmenter

    After starting the season with a 4-1 record, Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Josh Collmenter has fallen on hard times, losing his last four decision heading into last night’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers.  His last start came against that very same Brewers team, and despite pitching six shutout innings he couldn’t snap his losing streak, coming […]