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The Nike Commercial Jinx

Posted on 1 Jul, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

As with every World Cup or big soccer tournament, Nike come out with a huge, flashy, full of stars commercial to get you ready for the biggest tournament in the world and to make extra cash to get through the day. This time, Pretty much everyone starring in the 2010 Write your future Commercial didn’t really live up to the hype, with some failing, along with their nation’s side, quite miserably. More

Isner – Mahut : The Numbers

Posted on 24 Jun, 2010, by in Tennis

Here it is – 6-4, 3-6, 6-7, 7-6, 70-68. Yes, this isn’t basketball. John Isner beat Nicolas Mahut as the two completed the longest match in Tennis history. Herculean, said John McEnroe. Farce, say others. Doesn’t matter which side of the fence you’re on, this was quite a physical feat by both men who need to take the rest of the year off. Here are some of the numbers, now in Wimbledon and tennis record books. More

Meanwhile, In South Africa…

Posted on 13 Jun, 2010, by in Rugby

Not everything is World Cup soccer these days – South Africa, the world rugby union champions, crushed the French national side, who are coming off a grand slam six nations win, 42-17. Here are some of the nicer moments from this clash, which will have a world cup twin coming soon, with both teams still looking for their first win. More

Top 7 Photos From Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals

Posted on 10 Jun, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

Forty-Nine years, and then came Patrick Kane, scoring the winning goal in overtime, giving the Chicago Blackhawks the 4-3 win over the Philadelphia Flyers, stunning the Philly fans, who watched their team lose in the Finals for the 6th time since their 1975 title. Here are the 7 best moments caught on camera from the game – More

Peter Crouch Flirting and Joe Cole Holding it in

Posted on 2 Jun, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

England’s final moments before heading to South Africa – Joe Cole has had better looking moments and Peter Crouch enjoying some time with the stewardess. More

Italian Love

Posted on 29 May, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

Di Natale trying to get some sugar from Angelo Palombo More

The Roland Garros’ Greatest Champions

Posted on 18 May, 2010, by in Tennis

Six days before the Roland Garros begins. A year ago, Rafael Nadal came in as the World’s number one player but after a loss to Roger Federer in the Madrid final. Nadal was stunned early on by Soderling while Federer finally captured his white whale. This year? Federer is way off his mark although still holds the number one spot. Nadal? Still hasn’t lost on clay this season, looking ready to continue his Paris domination. As a historical and statistical preview – here are the men who have won at Paris more than once, the true greats of the Paris clay courts. More

Cricket Player Swallows Bug, Almost Throws Up

Posted on 17 Apr, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

Andrew Symonds of the Deccan Chargers, one of the franchises in the IPL, the Indian Premier League, swallows a bug on his team’s visit to Dharamsala and almost loses his lunch for it. More

The Athletes Strike Back – When Players Attack Fans

Posted on 7 Apr, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

Following Hamburg’s Jose Paolo Guerrero water bottle incident, here are eight more incidents that involved athletes hitting fans. More

Greatest Champions in the History of the World Snooker Championship

Posted on 6 Apr, 2010, by in Miscellaneous

The most successful players in the history of the World Snooker Championship in the modern era (since 1969), the eight men to win the event on multiple occasions. More