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2015/05/27 19:14
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The Hungarian team will play a home friendly on June 5 against Lithuania, followed by a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Finland on June 13. "I am excited to be back with the national team for this...
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2015/05/27 14:45
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... May 24. He was 65. A retired NASA engineer and an ARRL member, Lance was a veteran member of the Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) team, and one of his roles was to...
2015/05/23 03:22
2015/05/23 03:22
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Hall of Famer Marty Sheets dies at 62 Marty Sheets, a national inspiration as an embodiment of the spirit of Special Olympics and a member of the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame, died Wednesday night....
2015/05/22 09:30
2015/05/22 09:30
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The Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games is a year away, however the battle for places takes another turn this weekend with the first leg matches of the second round of the continental qualifiers. Seven...
2015/05/21 16:28
2015/05/21 16:28
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Although Cuba's national sport is baseball, boxing is the sport where they have achieved the greatest dominance at the Olympic Games. Since the 1968 Games, Cuba has won a total of 53 medals – 33 of...
2015/05/20 19:44
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The question is often asked by the random visitor to Hope concerning the plethora of famous names associated with the community: What is it about Hope that produces so many famous people; is it the...
2015/05/20 19:01
2015/05/20 19:01
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Rix, Pleasanton Eagle pass-catching end, landing this 6 ½ pound blue catfish while fishing at the Adams St. lowwater crossing on the Atascosa River, Tuesday. Gil used shrimp in making the catch...
2015/05/19 12:19
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It's Memorial Day Weekend 2015, and I'm in the middle of my search for Michigan's Best Winery. This weekend I get to spend some time in the Traverse City area. I'm excited to check out the tasting...
2015/05/18 16:57
2015/05/18 16:57
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Cable Sports reporter and NFL Network producer Krystle Rich has taken her reporting hustle to the next level with her first urban fiction Ambivalent Hope: A Gun & A Prayer,” which was released...
2015/05/14 13:57
2015/05/14 13:57
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As often discussed here in the VCReporter, when it comes to sports, Ventura County plays the suburban, younger brother to the many franchises in Los Angeles. It’s nearly impossible for any market in...
2015/05/11 15:14
2015/05/11 15:14
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The graciousness of the inductees and the humble speeches they gave made a statement in and of itself, Saturday evening at the Island Resort and Casino. Dick Franti of Ontonagon has over 500...
2015/05/08 14:51
2015/05/08 14:51
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... — Regret, ridden by Joe Notter, becomes the first filly to win the Kentucky Derby. She goes wire to wire, beating Pebbles by two lengths. 1937 — War Admiral, the favorite ridden by Charles...
2015/05/08 13:17
2015/05/08 13:17
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IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The U.S. Postal Servicebegan celebrating the 2015 Special Olympics World Games by issuing the Special Olympics World Games Forever stamp during the Special Olympics...
2015/05/07 23:31
2015/05/07 23:31
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Menlo College is starting to make good on its efforts to expand the athletic department after dropping football. The school announced this week the addition of cross country and track and field for...
2015/05/05 18:31
2015/05/05 18:31
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Former Stanford swimming and water polo Jim Gaughran has been selected for enshrinement into the International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) as an Honor Coach. Gaughran joins five other coaches from...
2015/05/05 14:41
2015/05/05 14:41
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... they also received personal coaching from Bury sprinting legend Barrie Kelly, who competed in the 1968 Olympic Games. All money raised through sponsorship will go towards Unique. To donate: go...
2015/05/05 11:42
2015/05/05 11:42
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THE MYSTERY OF CLIFFORD GREY, OLYMPIC CHAMPION WHO NEVER WAS Who knew Ipswich had so many dead? The town’s Old Cemetery is a great, sprawling place, spanning several acres. The stone I’m looking for...
2015/05/04 00:43
2015/05/04 00:43
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As I write this I wonder whether my words will be rendered irrelevant by some new development in the unfolding story of Baltimore's April unrest, but I expect that one constant will remain; and that...
2015/05/01 11:19
2015/05/01 11:19
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Alex Dowsett’s assault on the coveted World Hour record starting at 1pm tomorrow is heading for a 4,000 sell-out at Manchester’s National Cycling Centre apart from one seat. And Dowsett says support...
2015/04/29 05:28
2015/04/29 05:28
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Amy Bass, a professor of history at the College of New Rochelle, has written widely on the cultural history of sports, including the book "Not the Triumph but the Struggle: The 1968 Olympics and the...
2015/05/27 19:14
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