Boyfriend bails as foul ball hits girlfriend

<h2>Worst date ever: Boyfriend bails as foul ball hits girlfriend</h2> Many women would do anything for a boyfriend who likes to dance. But as one woman unfortunately learned on Monday, a man who decides to do the Texas two-step and electric slide away from your side as a foul ball screams toward you into the […]

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Cheerleaders protest skimpy uniforms

<strong><img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-5453″ title=”sports_prep_rally” src=”http://www.prisonbreakfreak.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/sports_prep_rally.jpg” alt=”” width=”350″ height=”251″ />Connecticut cheerleaders want uniforms with more coverage</strong> Earlier this year, cheerleaders in one Florida district had to get special permission to wear their skirts on game day, because the uniforms were too skimpy for a new dress code. In a fascinating twist, last week cheerleaders in […]

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SeaWorld Reopens

<span style=”font-family: Arial,Helvetica; color: #000000;”> <strong>Whale show resumes by honoring trainer</strong> Employees wept and audience members grew silent Saturday at SeaWorld as the theme park’s popular killer whale show resumed with a photo montage memorial for a trainer who was killed by one of the orcas in front of horrified spectators three days ago. The […]

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The World’s Most Powerful People

<strong>The 67 heads of state, criminals, financiers and philanthropists who really run the world.</strong> “I love power. But it is as an artist that I love it. I love it as a musician loves his violin, to draw out its sounds and chords and harmonies.” — Napoleon Bonaparte Power has been called many things. The […]

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Vince Young Leads Texas Over USC In The Rose Bowl

On January 4, 2006, University of Texas quarterback Vince Young makes an eight-yard touchdown run on fourth down with 19 seconds left in the game, capping one of the best individual performances in college football history while leading his team to a Rose Bowl victory and a national championship title over the University of Southern […]

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Lance Armstrong Wins Seventh Tour De France

On this day in 2005, American cyclist Lance Armstrong wins a record-setting seventh consecutive Tour de France and retires from the sport. After Armstrong survived testicular cancer, his rise to cycling greatness inspired cancer patients and fans around the world and significantly boosted his sport’s popularity in the United States. However, in 2012, in a […]

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George Mikan Dies

On June 1, 2005, Basketball Hall of Famer George Mikan dies at age 80. The first true gate attraction in professional basketball, Mikan drew fans to NBA games at a time when the league’s success was far from assured. George Lawrence Mikan was born June 18, 1924, in Joliet, Illinois, and was an awkward 6 […]

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Tiger Woods Wins Fourth Masters

Tiger Woods wins his fourth Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club after a 15-foot birdie on the first hole of the sudden-death playoff against Chris DiMarco on April 10, 2005. The victory was Woods’ ninth major championship on the PGA tour. Eldrick “Tiger” Woods was born December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California. A […]

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