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The jersey that Mike Eruzione, the captain of the 1980 U.S. hockey team, wore when the Americans upset the Russians at Lake Placid, NY 33 years ago sold for $657,250 on Saturday night. The 'USA' emblazoned sweater was the centerpiece of an auction conducted by Heritage Auctions in New York City.
A California high school cheerleading coach encouraged the members of her squad to physically fight each other to resolve their differences, so, they did, more or less proving 'Fight Club' was a much better movie than 'Bring It On!'
Hopefully, Josh Hamilton is planning on flying into Texas next time he plays there, because his bridges into Dallas-Fort Worth may now be burned. The former Texas Rangers outfielder, who signed a five-year $125 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim this off-season, told a Dallas-Fort W
All 133 arbitration-eligible Major League Baseball players settled on contracts with their respective teams this off-season. It's the first time since arbitration began in 1974 that no player who filed went to an arbitration hearing.
NBA players unanimously voted to remove executive director Billy Hunter as head of their union on Saturday. Player support for Hunter waned after an independent report last month indicated that he could have misused NBPA
TopGear has done it again. Just when you think that the car-centric, UK show can't get any crazier, it makes like a gearhead version of "Jackass" and gets video of a guy making a Mini Copper do a backflip off a ramp. This really happened. Watch the video below:
Danica Patrick won the pole of the Daytona 500 on Sunday, becoming the first woman in NASCAR history to win the pole position of a Cup Series event. Patrick turned in a qualifying speed of 196.434, besting fellow drivers Jeff Gordon, Trevor Bayne, Ryan Newman and teammate Tony Ste
Europe exports music, art and culture trends to America. The U.S. exports…doughnuts. Traffic police in Scotland were called in to relieve a massive snarl during the opening of the country's first Krispy Kreme store, whose drive-thru window caused mile-long jams.
Thankfully, the Scottish police cleared the jam by eating all the doughnuts. Just kidding. They advised citizens
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