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Shaun White turns in epic halfpipe run to lead qualifying round

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USA’s Shaun White went lights-out on his second run during Olympic qualifying for the men’s snowboarding halfpipe. Shaun’s first run turned in a respectable 93.25 during his first run then Australia’s Scotty James and Japan’s Ayumu Hirano pulled off runs pushing White to third. As the top twelve advance to the finals, Shaun could have saved his best for the medal ...

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Wardrobe Malfunction Causes Difficulty In Olympic Ice Skater’s Performance

  by Gabrielle Okun South Korean Olympic figure skater Yura Min’s wardrobe malfunctioned during the first five seconds of her performance, yet she still managed to skate through her routine Sunday. Min recalled the difficulty in finishing her pairs performance after the hook holding her dress together came undone during a routine at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games, reported the Detroit Free ...

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Someone Broke Into Gronk’s Home While He Was At The Super Bowl

  by Anders Hagstrom Rob Gronkowski lost more than just a Super Bowl ring this weekend as an unknown suspect took advantage of his absence and burglarized his home Monday. Police confirmed to reporters that there were items stolen, but declined to specify. Police were called to Gronkowski’s home shortly after the team returned from Minneapolis on Monday evening, CBS ...

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Eagles Spring Super Bowl Upset in Blow to Patriots Dynasty

The Philadelphia Eagles are world champions for the first time since Chuck Bednarik roamed the field and Ike was in the White House. In a stunning upset that derailed the mighty Patriots dynasty, the Eagles won Super Bowl LII by a score of 41-33 in a game that shattered offensive records in the 52-game series. The win shocked many including ...

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How To Watch The Super Bowl Online

  by Robert Donachie The New England Patriots take on The Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night in Super Bowl 52 and there are a few ways viewers can watch it absolutely free. The Daily Caller News Foundation has put together a few ways you can watch the Super Bowl tonight even if you don’t have a cable subscription. So grab a ...

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Heckuva Job Roger! NFL is Third Most Hated Company in America

On this less than festive Super Bowl Sunday, it could be that the biggest football game of the year will take a ratings hit that would have been unthinkable in past years. By the time that either the New England Patriots or Philadelphia Eagles will be awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy at around 10 pm ET, the door will finally ...

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Barring a Miracle, Tom Brady Will Win Sixth Super Bowl Ring Today

All of the hype and hoopla of the most over-saturated two weeks in sports will finally come to an end this evening when the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles meet to determine who will win the Vince Lombardi Trophy. It isn’t looking good for the Eagles either. Despite the loss of budding superstar quarterback Carson Wentz who could be ...

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Poll: NFL losing core audience

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Only 51% of men aged 18 to 49, the NFL’s core audience, report that they follow the NFL, down from 75% just four years ago. A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey taken just ahead of the Super Bowl shows that the fans the NFL needs most just aren’t that into them anymore. The poll shows that fans are following the sport ...

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Cultural Cleansers Once Again Demand That Redskins Change Name

On Monday the Cleveland Indians announced that they would no longer wear the image of the beloved Chief Wahoo on their uniforms. By doing away with the popular yet controversial logo that the team has featured since 1947, the Indians appear to have caved to pressure and possible extortion over hosting the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. The left did a ...

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Political Correctness Wins as Cleveland Indians Do Away With Chief Wahoo

Last summer’s Supreme Court ruling which decided that “offensive” trademarks were protected free speech would have seemed to lead to an end to the madness of the left’s war on team mascots and nicknames. While the Washington Redskins were victorious against the cultural cleansers who had brought in the feds to force the team to change its name, fascism never ...

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Reincarnated XFL Looks to Take Advantage of NFL’s Tarnished Brand

The history of American professional football is littered with failed leagues thanks to the dominance of the NFL as well as a brand that has been cultivated for decades and has until recently proven to be virtually indestructible. However, that brand has now become irredeemably tarnished thanks to the league’s decision to choose sides in an acrimonious cultural battle that ...

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72 Percent Of HR Managers Think The Day After The Big Football Game Should Be A Work Holiday

A new survey shows that 72 percent of HR managers think the day after the NFL championship game should be a paid national holiday from work. That may not be a bad idea considering more than one-quarter of employees (27 percent) admitted they’ve called in sick or made an excuse for skipping work following a major sporting event, such as ...

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