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Liza Raymond becomes oldest No.1 in Tennis History

Filed in Amazing Stories, Sports, Tennis, World by on April 24, 2012 0 Comments

Lisa Raymond becomes the oldest man or woman in history to be at the top of a professional tennis ranking. According to WTA news report, Lisa Raymond stated that: “It’s definitely a lot more special this time than ever before, I’m the fittest I’ve ever been in my career, and I found the right partner too.”  Raymond, will be a co-No. 1 […]

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Dwight Howard will undergo back surgery, Howard’s season over?

Filed in Basketball, Health, Sports, United States by on April 20, 2012 0 Comments

Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard will undergo back surgery Friday morning in Los Angeles to repair a herniated disk, effectively ending his season and eliminating him from participation in the 2012 Summer Olympics, Howard’s agent said Thursday night. Howard has been complaining of back problems since early March, but it wasn’t until Los Angeles-based spine […]

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UK Festival: Grand National Horse Race 2012

Filed in Animals, Events, Sports, United Kingdom by on April 14, 2012 0 Comments

The Grand National at Aintree has been a British sporting institution since 1839, when a horse called Lottery won the first Grand National and Captain Becher parted company with his horse at a now famous brook. The Grand National is a race synonymous with a horse called Red Rum, the horse who captured the nation’s […]

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FIBA Asia Player Mohammad El Akkari scores 113 points (Video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Baseball, Featured, Sports by on April 10, 2012 0 Comments

FIBA’s Akkari-nsanity is in when Mohammad El Akkari joined the exclusive 100-point-game club as he scored 113 in a Lebanese league game Tuesday. The undistinguished 27-year-old guard for Moutahed made 113 points on 40-of-69 shooting in a 173-141 wins over Bejjeh in a Lebanese Division A League game. Akkari, who is averaging  just 7.6 points […]

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FIBA Asia Player joins 100-point-game club: Mohammad El Akkari scores 113 in a game

Filed in Amazing Stories, Baseball, Featured, Sports, World, World News by on April 5, 2012 0 Comments

NBA’s Linsanity out for now, FIBA’s Akkari-nsanity is in when Mohammad El Akkari joined the exclusive 100-point-game club as he scored 113 in a Lebanese league game Tuesday. The undistinguished 27-year-old guard for Moutahed made 113 points on 40-of-69 shooting in a 173-141 wins over Bejjeh in a Lebanese Division A League game. Akkari, who […]

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2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Kentucky tops Kansas 67-59 for NCAA 2012 Championship Game

Filed in Baseball, Featured, Sports, United States by on April 3, 2012 0 Comments

Kentucky players celebrate at the end of the NCAA 2012 basketball tournament championship game against Kansas on Monday, April 2, in New Orleans. Doron Lamb scored 22 points, and Kentucky won its eighth national championship holding off Kansas for a 67-59 victory. Kentucky’s Anthony Davis, only the second freshmen to be selected national player of the […]

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12-year-old Skateboarder Lands Word’s First 1080 (Video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Featured, Sports, World, World News by on April 1, 2012 0 Comments

Tom Schaar pulled off the first ever 1080 on a skateboard at Woodward West action sports camp. Yes, it was on a Megaramp, but he’s only 12 years old. Jacked up on Red Bull, Tom cruised into the monsterous wall of a custom built 27-foot ramp riding backwards and pulled off a cab-1080. “For years the […]

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2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Kentucky, Kansas to meet for NCAA title

Filed in Baseball, Sports, United States by on April 1, 2012 0 Comments

Anthony Davis and top-seeded Kentucky are right where they planned to be all along, playing for the national title after finally putting away pesky Louisville 69-61 in the Final Four on Saturday night. “I have a team that’s had teams come at them all year,” said Coach John Calipari. It will be Kentucky’s first appearance […]

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Jeremy Lin needs knee surgery, out for six weeks

Filed in Baseball, Sports, United States by on April 1, 2012 0 Comments

Linsanity may be over for this season. Jeremy Lin will undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair a chronic torn meniscus in his left knee and will be out six weeks, the Knicks announced prior to Saturday night’s game at the Garden against Cavaliers. While most Knicks fans will miss Jeremy Lin’s humility and the confidence that […]

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2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Kentucky off to title game, beats Louisville

Filed in Baseball, Sports, United States by on April 1, 2012 0 Comments

Player of the year Anthony Davis has Kentucky right where it expected to be, in the national title game, scoring 18 points and 14 rebounds as the Wildcats held off pesky Louisville 69-61 on Saturday night. As the final seconds ticked down, Davis screamed at the crowd and pointed to the court as if to […]

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12-Year-Old skateboarder Tom Schaar, first person to land a three-rotation 1080 skateboard trick (Video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Featured, Sports, World, World News by on April 1, 2012 1 Comment

Tom Schaar, a 12-year-old boy set a world record to become the first person to land a three-rotation 1080 move. Schaar, a six-grader from Malibu, California has skated throughout his short life. He pulled off the maneuver consisting of three full rotations that has been unsuccessfully attempted even by professional skateboarders. He completed the difficult […]

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Johanna Quaas, 86-year-old performing parallel bars routine goes viral (Video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Featured, Sports, World, World News by on March 31, 2012 1 Comment

Is she preparing for the London 2012 Olympic Games? No, the 86-year-old gymnast ‘Johanna Quaas’ exhibition of parallel bars routine on PB – “Turnier Der Meister” Cottbus 2012 was part of an event that feature two Americans who are potential Olympians, Paul Ruggeri and John Orozco won silver and bronze medals for their work on the high […]

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