Olympics Begins: First Women’s Soccer Match Played

Even though the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Olympics takes place on Friday 27 when 10,000 athletes from 205 countries will make the inauguration, the Games already started on Wednesday July 25 with a women’s soccer match between the host… Continue Reading →

London 2012 Inspires the World, Research Shows

London, UK – London & Partners launches new SMG Insight / YouGov research which shows London fever has spread around the world. London is set to inspire the world over the next 4 months in the run up to London 2012… Continue Reading →

Bernard Hopkins Becomes Oldest Champion In History

46 year-old Bernard Hopkins made history Saturday night at the Bell Center in Montreal, Canada, defeating 28 year-old Canadian fighter Jean Pascal for the WBC light-heavyweight title. With his victory, Hopkins became the oldest champion to win a legitimate title… Continue Reading →

Dwight Howard to Miss Rest of Season, Playoffs, and Olympics

According to both his agent and team officials on Thursday night, Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard will miss the remainder of the regular season, the entire post-season, and also, the 2012 Summer Olympics because of surgery to repair a herniated… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Golden Moments of the London 2012 Olympic Games

New York, U.S.A. €“ It’s been quite an exciting summer so far in Britain as the London 2012 Olympic Games have just come to a close. VisitBritain, the national tourism agency for England, Scotland and Wales, takes a look back at some of the most memorable and… Continue Reading →

Guillen Apologizes for Castro Comments, Suspended for Five Games

Just minutes prior to taking the podium in front of a room jam-packed with members of the Miami media on Tuesday morning, the Miami Marlins announced that manager Ozzie Guillen had been suspended by their front office for five games… Continue Reading →

Why the BBWAA Should Revoke Braun’s MVP

It is a shame to admit, but the Baseball Writers′ Association of America must revoke Ryan Braun′s MVP Award, following reports that he tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in October. The BBWAA′s awareness of that sentiment is exactly why… Continue Reading →

Week Two: AFC East Teams Break Even

Remember everything that happened in the AFC East last week? Well forget it all and flip the script! Week 2 of the 2012 NFL season saw some serious surprises, highlighted by the defeat of defending AFC champions New England Patriots… Continue Reading →

Dallas Cowboys Blowout Bills at Home 44-7

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys offense looks like its back to full power and with a solid defense the Cowboys are looking strong. They dominated the Bills in more than convincing fashion with a 44-7 victory. With the Cowboys schedule… Continue Reading →

Manny Returns to Baseball, Signs Minor League Deal with A’s

Looks like Manny Ramirez′s playing days aren′t over just yet. The 39-year-old veteran outfielder, who immediately retired at the beginning of last season following his second known positive test for performance enhancing drugs over his career, signed a minor league… Continue Reading →

Four Aces are Philthy

The Philadelphia Phillies have lived up to expectations so far this season with their excellent pitching staff and are tied for the best record in the major leagues. The Phillies are 15-7 going in to Tuesday night and have allowed… Continue Reading →

Schott in the Foot? Brian Schottenheimer is on the Hot Seat

After the Jets lack luster play in the last three weeks, especially by the offense, offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimers′ name has begun to come up more and more with the New York media and fan base. Many people are already… Continue Reading →

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