Aussie Golfers Making Best of Fog at Pebble Beach

It took an act of nature to slow down world number one golfer Jason Day in the second round of the AT & T Pro Am at Pebble Beach. Day was halted by fog after 12 holes. He had fired seven birdies without a bogey, including a streak of four consecutive from the ninth through…

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Money Issues Hamper British Superbike Rider Brookes

“Will Race Motorcycles for Food” could have been the phrase on the sign of Josh Brookes, who so badly wants to be on the starting grid of the World Superbikes races at Phillip Island. This is 2017, however, and rather than stand on the corner in the hopes of attracting donations for various and sundry…

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Michael Jordan to Golden State: 73 Regular Season Wins Meaningless

The Golden State Warriors will have to have a remarkable 30-game run if they are going to equal or better last year’s NBA all-timer record regular season mark of 73 – 9. With 51 games played thus far, the Warriors have already lost eight times, meaning that they can only lose one more time in…

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Fall of Rousey Accompanied by Additional Back-Stabbing

It could be called Glass Jaw Syndrome, or there might be a more politically correct term for it, but it seems that Ronda Rousey has been revealed to be unable to sustain a hit to her face without immediately crumbling into a heap. The weakness has been unequivocally exposed in her last two fights against…

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Poms Cricket Test Captain Resigns Role but Will Play On

England will have a new Test captain when the Ashes cricket affair comes along next summer, as long-time skipper Alastair Cook has vacated the role he occupied for five years. During his Test career, he was the Poms leading Test scorer with over 11,000 runs and when he ascended to the captaincy in August of…

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Four Reasons New England Patriots Beat Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl

With just several hours remaining before the world’s most viewed sporting spectacle, the NFL Super Bowl, we are tipping the New England Patriots to win the Grand Prize, for the following reasons. In Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan and Danny Amendola, the Patriots have three old, slow wide receivers who nonetheless seem to be uncover able,…

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Aussie Falcon Offensive Lineman Muir Has Shot at Super Bowl Ring

Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had nothing but praise coming out of his mouth recently when the question was raised recently about Australian Blake Muir and Muir’s contribution to the team. Ryan may be angling for NFL best and fairest and he does seem to be one of the leading contenders for that honour, which…

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Diamonds in the Rough in Netball Test v South Africa

The Diamonds are not content to rest on laurels in any way shape or form, after a loss of composure almost called time on their winning run in the Quad netball series where South Africa came close to pulling off an upset, the likes of which had not been seen in close to 50 years….

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Dustin Martin Delays Contract Talks with Richmond Tigers

In many instances, news that a footy player has decided to delay contract talks until the end of the season is good news in the respect that it removes a distraction. There are cases, however, where a couple risks enter the picture, as the uncertainty of a career in professional sports is present with every…

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All-Rounder Marcus Stoinis Clubs 11 Sixes in Losing Effort

The heroics of rearguard all-rounder Marcus Stoinis were not sufficient to carry his mates over the Black Caps at Eden Park, but it might be safe to assume that he will have less difficulty cracking the Aussie lineup in the future. Prior to his recent outing, he had only made it into one ODI, but…

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