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Kenya’s Wesley Korir Wins Boston Marathon

For those of you not paying attention, it’s Patriot Day in Boston. That’s why the Red Sox hosted the Rays in a game starting at the bararic time of 8:05 AM Pacific. It’s also the traditional running of the Boston Marathon which was won–like so many other years–by a Kenyan competitor. Wesley Korir overcame leg cramps and unseasonably high temperatures to battle back and win the 116th Boston Marathon in gutsy fashion. At one point, Korir had to slow down


Bob Bradley Fired As US Men’s Soccer Coach

Better late than never, the ‘reign of error’ of US Men’s soccer coach Bob Bradley is over. The last straw was a loss to the visiting Mexico team in the recently completed Gold Cup. He led the US team to


Montreal Quarterback Calvillo To Start On Friday

Montreal Alouettes’ quarterback Anthony Calvillo is one of the toughest players in any professional football league. For that reason its not a huge surprise that he’ll be starting on Friday night against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats despite being knocked out of


Dale Earnhardt Jr. Not Happy With The State Of Restrictor Plate Racing

Dale Earnhardt Jr. may be NASCAR’s most popular–and highest paid–driver but he’s mired in a 94 race losing streak and it’s apparently starting to take its toll. After a disappointing 19th place finish in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

Kurt Busch

Kurt Busch Wins NASCAR Road Course Race At Sonoma

Kurt Busch has been running well lately after a rough start to the 2011 NASCAR season, and that good form continued on Sunday with his first career win on a road course. Busch had the dominant car all afternoon en

Ryan Newman goes over pre fight strategy with crew chief Tony Gibson

NASCAR May Have ‘Secretly Fined’ Ryan Newman

Never a dull moment in NASCAR, as was evident last weekend with 65 year old team owner Richard Childress beating up Kyle Busch in the garage following Saturday’s Camping World Trucks Series race earning him a $150,000 fine. On Monday