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  • Badminton Fight! (Video)

    Badminton Fight! (Video)

    Hey, did you happen to catch the mens doubles finals of the Canada Open Badmintion Tournament on…um, I don’t know, ESPN 14 over the weekend?  No?  Well, me either. I don’t think it was actually on ESPN 14, or any other fictitious sports channel for that matter. And it’s a shame, too, because we missed […]

  • The 10 Best-Selling NFL Jerseys Right Now

    The 10 Best-Selling NFL Jerseys Right Now

    Back in December, when we last took a look at the best-selling player jerseys in the NFL, there were guys like Eli Manning, Andrew Luck, and even Tim Tebow in the top 10. Since then a lot has changed. Tebow is no longer a Jet, Eli Manning and the Giants failed to make the playoffs, […]

  • This Day In Sports History (July 22nd) — Sonny Liston

    This Day In Sports History (July 22nd) — Sonny Liston

    It was on this day in 1963 that Sonny Liston defended his World Heavyweight title against Floyd Patterson in a rematch from the previous year.  The fight took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sonny Liston entered the first fight against Patterson as a heavy betting line favorite.  However, Sports Illustrated along with former heavyweight champions […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 7/21/2013 — Bartolo Colon

    Stat Line of the Night — 7/21/2013 — Bartolo Colon

    What’s Bartolo Colon‘s secret?  Is it a new workout routine?  Perhaps a healthier diet?  Or maybe it’s the steroids!  Whatever it is, it sure as hell seems to be working, because at the age of 40, the righty is currently in the midst of his best season ever. Colon entered yesterday’s game against the Los […]

  • 25 Incredible Vintage Skateboard Ads

    25 Incredible Vintage Skateboard Ads

    Skateboarding has been around for quite a while now, and so too have skateboarding advertisements. As Green Label puts it, “advertising in skateboard culture is more than just a promotion tool; it is a creative calling card that created a vibe and lifestyle that spoke to youth culture around the word.” These characteristics were quite […]

  • The 21 Most Gorgeous Women to Walk the 2013 ESPY Awards Red Carpet

    The 21 Most Gorgeous Women to Walk the 2013 ESPY Awards Red Carpet

    The 2013 ESPY Awards were held on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. As usual the spectacle brought out an eclectic mix of celebrities and athletes—and of course a lot of really beautiful women. Some were athletes themselves, while others were athletes’ wives and girlfriends, famous and not-so-famous. Point is, they were all looking like a […]

  • This Day In Sports History (July 19th) — 1996 Summer Olympics

    This Day In Sports History (July 19th) — 1996 Summer Olympics

    It was on this day in 1996 that the opening ceremonies took place for the 26th Summer Olympic Games.  The games took place in Atlanta, Georgia and marked the 100th anniversary of the Summer Olympics. The Olympic torch was lit by Muhammad Ali in a very emotional moment.  Ali was also given a replacement gold […]

  • Charl Schwartzel Smashes His 6 Iron to Pieces at the British Open (GIF)

    Charl Schwartzel Smashes His 6 Iron to Pieces at the British Open (GIF)

    So far today, 2011 Masters Champion Charl Schwartzel is doing pretty well. He recently entered the clubhouse following his second round at the 2013 British Open, and through those 18 holes he recorded three birdies and no bogies for a score of -3. The cause of Schwartzel’s success in round two? He obviously put the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 7/18/2013 — Zach Johnson

    Stat Line of the Night — 7/18/2013 — Zach Johnson

    It was a slow day in the sporting world yesterday, so for this edition of the “Stat Line of the Night,” we take you all the way to East Lothian, Scotland, for the opening round of the 2013 British Open Championship.  It was there that Zach Johnson took the early lead on the rest of the […]

  • 17 GIFs of Fans Running onto the Field

    17 GIFs of Fans Running onto the Field

    We’re not supposed to like it when fans run onto the field and interrupt sporting events. We’re supposed to be perturbed and indignant and call these people “idiots” and “morons.” But the fact is, we (i.e., the majority) do seem to like it. Sporting events aren’t sacred religious ceremonies. They’re, uh, sporting events. And of all the fan field invasions […]