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Lost Championship Game – Why Losing Can Sometimes Be Better Than Winning

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Being a good winner is always easy, but being a good loser builds character and makes you stronger. Read More »

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Set To Fight Saul Canelo Alvarez on September 14, 2013 at MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Clearly, the stakes are high for both fighters. Alvarez has youth on his side, while Mayweather has a slight edge in experience. Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Pearl Izumi E:Motion Road N1

Pearl Izumi Men's Road N1

Has Pearl Izumi produced a pearl in the Road N1 training shoe? Read More »

IPL Spot Fixing: Cricketer Ankeet Chavan Ties Knot With Neha Sambari

Ankeet Chavan - Neha Sambari wedding.

Ankeet was granted conditional bail to attend the wedding. The bail will end on June 6 after which Ankeet will have to be locked up again per court order. Read More »

NY Mets Sweep of Yankees in Subway Series – Redemption Is At Hand!

Mets fans will always have these four games to savor. And for Yankees fans who are crying on their pinstripes, for once we Mets fans can shout, “Wait until next year!” Read More »

Running Shoe Review: Zoot Ovwa 2.0

Zoot Ovwa (sharp)

The Zoot Ovwa 2.0 is a shoe that's light but very well cushioned for training runs on almost any surface. It's a great shoe for mid-foot and heel strikers opting for fast-paced training and racing. Read More »

The Comeback Kings, Starring the 2013 San Francisco Giants

1977 Pittsburgh Pirates, 27 Comeback Wins, MLB Record

With 14 comeback wins already in 2013, the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants have a good chance to surpass the 1977 Pittsburgh Pirates record of 27 this season. Read More »

New Soccer Team to Come to The Big Apple


Will New Yorkers embrace New York City Football Club? First of all they will have to get used to “soccer” being called “football.” Read More »

The Rampant Rise of Gambling in Men’s Golf


According to a recent report by the NCAA, college athletes are naturally more prone to gambling. Read More »

Oxbow Upsets Orb at Preakness – Another Year With No Triple Crown Bid


Oxbow had a couple of things in its favor at Pimlico – namely iconic jockey Don Stevens and trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Read More »