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Oscar Pistorious Will Be Prosecuted By The Public Regardless Of The Court Decision

Oscar Pistorious Will Be Prosecuted By The Public Regardless Of The Court Decision

Sports Session February 21, 2013 0

When news started to spread about Oscar Pistorious accidentally shooting his girlfriend or murdering her (whichever you believe) I was not surprised.  Many expressed outrage, disbelief, and even outright hate over the situation when

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The Real Reason Some Super Fights Never Happen In Boxing

The Real Reason Some Super Fights Never Happen In Boxing

Sports Session December 11, 2012 0

After Manny Pacquiao’s shocking KO loss to Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday night, there were a lot of reactions around the world.  Obviously in the Philippines there was sadness because the face of their

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The Lance Armstrong Ban Shows Why Retroactive Punishment Is A Waste Of Time

The Lance Armstrong Ban Shows Why Retroactive Punishment Is A Waste Of Time

Sports Session August 24, 2012 0

As you have probably heard by now Lance Armstrong has ended his fight with USADA over doping allegations, and will accept their punishment.  That punishment includes striping him of his seven Tour De France

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U.S. Track and Field Teams Have A Dominant Day At The London Olympics

U.S. Track and Field Teams Have A Dominant Day At The London Olympics

Sports Session August 9, 2012 1

The U.S. track and field teams had a lot of new faces coming into the 2012 Olympic Games, and they started off winning only two gold medals in the first five days of competition. 

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Lolo Jones Olympic Track & Field Schedule and Preview

Lolo Jones Olympic Track & Field Schedule and Preview

Sports Session August 3, 2012 0

Lolo Jones has become one of the most popular and recognizable faces at the 2012 Olympics.  After her disappointing final at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, where she lost her timing between hurdles and

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With the Rise of Yohan Blake, Does Usain Bolt Have To Win Gold To Cement His Legacy?

With the Rise of Yohan Blake, Does Usain Bolt Have To Win Gold To Cement His Legacy?

Sports Session August 2, 2012 0

Usain Bolt has been the most dominant sprinter in the world for the last five years.  His 100-meter dash world record-breaking performance in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing put him on the map

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Why The Athlete’s Code Is Dying A Slow Death In Olympic Basketball

Why The Athlete’s Code Is Dying A Slow Death In Olympic Basketball

Sports Session August 1, 2012 10

I was watching the USA vs Tunisia basketball game, which was actually close in the first half.  Of course as usual the United States pulled away and blew them out 110 – 63, but

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U.S. Olympic Women’s Gymnastics Team Comes Up Gold In London

U.S. Olympic Women’s Gymnastics Team Comes Up Gold In London

Sports Session July 31, 2012 0

Gymnastics is a sport most people seem to care about only every four years.  The scoring system is foreign to the average fan when you are talking about deductions based on tenths of a

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The Tarmoh vs. Felix Runoff Debacle Was Another Example Of Why Track & Field Struggles To Gain Fans

The Tarmoh vs. Felix Runoff Debacle Was Another Example Of Why Track & Field Struggles To Gain Fans

Sports Session July 5, 2012 0

The U.S Track and Field Team is set, and both Jeneba Tarmoh and Allyson Felix are members of the team, but the third participant in the 100m dash was decided because one person gave

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Why Manny Pacquiao Was Robbed with the Decision vs. Timothy Bradley

Why Manny Pacquiao Was Robbed with the Decision vs. Timothy Bradley

Sports Session June 10, 2012 0

We plucked down our $64.99 to watch Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley expecting to see the laughter of a fight that we predicted earlier this week.  It wasn’t that we did not respect Tim

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