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Tokyo Olympics 2021: IOC officials still plan for Summer Games as reports of possible cancellation emerge

Tokyo Olympics 2021: IOC officials still plan for Summer Games as reports of possible cancellation emerge

site: media | arena: olympics | pageType: stories |section: | slug: tokyo-olympics-2021-ioc-officials-still-plan-for-summer-games-as-reports-of-possible-cancellation-emerge | sport: olympics | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/olympics/reg/free/storiesByOfficials for the International Olympic Committee are working to quiet concerns over a potential cancellation of the 2020 Tokyo Games -- which were rescheduled from last year, but retain the 2020 name -- according to the New York Times. Thomas Bach, the president of the IOC,  in Japan to calm things down as coronavirus cases surge...

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Gabriel Fernandez
Jan 22
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Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for $5.2M, breaking all-time record for trading cards

Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for $5.2M, breaking all-time record for trading cards

site: media | arena: mlb | pageType: stories |section: | slug: mickey-mantle-baseball-card-sells-for-5-2m-breaking-all-time-record-for-trading-cards | sport: baseball | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/mlb/reg/free/storiesByA new record in the world of collectable trading cards has been set thanks to an entrepreneur's willingness to shell out seven figures for a bit of history. It was announced Wednesday that Rob Gough purchased a 1952 Mickey Mantle card for $5.2 million. The purchase smashes the previous record set by a 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospects Superfactor card of...

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Paraguayan soccer player faces punishment for exposing penis during goal celebration

Paraguayan soccer player faces punishment for exposing penis during goal celebration

site: media | arena: soccer | pageType: stories |section: | slug: paraguayan-soccer-player-faces-punishment-for-exposing-penis-during-goal-celebration | sport: soccer | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/soccer/reg/free/storiesByA Paraguayan soccer player is facing punishment after exposing part of his penis during a goal celebration last week. Raul Bobadilla, a 33-year-old striker for Club Guarani, scored a late goal to give his club a 3-2 aggregate victory over Libertad in a cup tie.The head of Paraguay's football association (AFP), Dr. Raul Prono, said that an inquiry was...

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Dec 31
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Nate Robinson knockout: Steph Curry, Joel Embiid, NBA stars react to Jake Paul's stunning KO

Nate Robinson knockout: Steph Curry, Joel Embiid, NBA stars react to Jake Paul's stunning KO

YouTube personality Jake Paul finished his fight against former NBA player Nate Robinson on Saturday with an emphatic right hand that knocked the ex-slam dunk champion out cold. The moment happened about midway through the second round after Robinson had been knocked down two times prior. Paul, for what it's worth, has been training for this kind of competition -- boxing is something he says he wants to make a career out of -- for the better part of a year, so it was a pretty deserved win, especially when you consider the notable talent disparity between the two in the ring. Still, that...

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Nate Robinson knockout: Steph Curry, Joel Embiid, NBA stars react to Jake Paul's stunning KO

Nate Robinson knockout: Steph Curry, Joel Embiid, NBA stars react to Jake Paul's stunning KO

site: media | arena: nba | pageType: stories |section: | slug: nate-robinson-knockout-steph-curry-joel-embiid-nba-stars-react-to-jake-pauls-stunning-ko | sport: basketball | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/nba/reg/free/storiesByYouTube personality Jake Paul finished his fight against former NBA player Nate Robinson on Saturday with . The moment happened about midway through the second round after Robinson had been knocked down two times prior.Paul, for what it's worth, has been training for this kind of competition -- boxing is something he says he wants to make a career out of...

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Aaron Rodgers wonders if NFL COVID-19 protocols are actually 'based on science'

Aaron Rodgers wonders if NFL COVID-19 protocols are actually 'based on science'

site: media | arena: nfl | pageType: stories |section: | slug: aaron-rodgers-wonders-if-nfl-covid-19-protocols-are-actually-based-on-science | sport: football | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/nfl/reg/free/storiesByquarterback has some questions about the 's approach to limiting the spread of coronavirus among NFL players and staff. In an interview with former punter , Rodgers noted some of the "double standards" that the league has employed when it comes to protocol."You can go down to practice and hit each other and be in close contact, but you have to have plexiglass in...

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Nov 13
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Delonte West is back playing basketball after entering rehab with support from Mark Cuban

Delonte West is back playing basketball after entering rehab with support from Mark Cuban

We and our partners use cookies to understand how you use our site, improve your experience and serve you personalized content and advertising. Read about how we use cookies in our and how you can control them by clicking . By continuing to use this site, you accept these cookies.AcceptRejectUpdate ConsentNo ad availableByFormer NBA guard Delonte West has been on quite a journey towards getting better over this past year, a process that has been accelerated thanks to the . Back in October, Cuban reconnected West with his family and got him to go into a rehab facility in Florida.The most...

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Steelers' Alejandro Villanueva covers name of police shooting victim on helmet with name of military veteran

Steelers' Alejandro Villanueva covers name of police shooting victim on helmet with name of military veteran

site: media | arena: nfl | pageType: stories |section: | slug: steelers-alejandro-villanueva-covers-name-of-police-shooting-victim-on-helmet-with-name-of-military-veteran | sport: football | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/nfl/reg/free/storiesByoffensive lineman chose to cover the name of police shooting victim Antwon Rose Jr. on the back of his helmet during Pittsburgh's game against the  on Monday. Villanueva chose instead to write the name Alwyn Cashe, a veteran who died during the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2005.As the has allowed players to wear helmet decals honoring the...

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Sep 16
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LOOK: Dodgers fans heckle Astros bus with asterisk signs and trash cans prior to game in Los Angeles

LOOK: Dodgers fans heckle Astros bus with asterisk signs and trash cans prior to game in Los Angeles

site: media | arena: mlb | pageType: stories |section: | slug: look-dodgers-fans-heckle-astros-bus-with-asterisk-signs-and-trash-cans-prior-to-game-in-los-angeles | sport: baseball | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/mlb/reg/free/storiesByDue to coronavirus restrictions, fans will not be allowed to get an opportunity to fill up their home ballpark and shower the with harsh boos and vitriol. But even with that roadblock in the way, some dedicated supporters decided to find ways to still get their anger and heckling across to the team behind in recent sports memory.Fans were...

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Sep 13
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2021 Women's NCAA Tournament: NCAA says women got smaller gym than men because there wasn't enough space

2021 Women's NCAA Tournament: NCAA says women got smaller gym than men because there wasn't enough space

site: media | arena: collegebasketball | pageType: stories |section: | slug: 2021-womens-ncaa-tournament-ncaa-says-women-got-smaller-gym-than-men-because-there-wasnt-enough-space | sport: collegebasketball | route: article_single.us |6-keys: media/spln/collegebasketball/reg/free/storiesByOn Thursday, images that sports performance coach Ali Kerschner displayed a drastic difference between what men's teams competing at the in Indiana get to use to work out and what the women competing at the NCAA Tournament get in Texas.CBS Sports HQPlease check the opt-in box to acknowledge that you would...

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Gabriel Fernandez
Mar 21
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