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Pilot Pen drops New Haven tennis event

Pilot Pen will drop its sponsorship of the annual New Haven professional tennis event, the New Haven Register reported, putting one of the only professional sporting events in Connecticut's second largest city ...
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Kiwi Olympian funds training by opening brothel

Former Olympian and 2012 Olympic hopeful Logan Campbell can’t afford to fund his own training. Tired of seeking cash from his parents, the 23-year-old New Zealander decided to venture into entrepreneurship.
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Venus Williams out at French Open

Third-seeded Venus Williams, a 2002 finalist at the French Open, was upset on Friday by no. 29 seed Agnes Szavay 6-0, 6-4 at Roland Garros on Friday. Sister Serena Williams is set to meet unseeded Maria Jose Ma...
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2009 Stanley Cup finals schedule

In a rematch of last year's finals, the Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins are slated to face off for the Stanley Cup. Last week, the NHL said the Cup finals wouldn't begin until June 5, but the seri...
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Brady back in action

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw a football in front of his team and the media at Gillette Stadium yesterday afternoon. It was his first time in front of an audience since tearing his ACL and MC...
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Rachel Alexandra wins Preakness Stakes

Rachel Alexandra became the first filly to win the Preakness since 1924, finishing in 1:55.08 over Kentucky Derby darling Mine That Bird. The only filly in the race, Rachel Alexandra went off as the 9-5 favo...
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Iverson out for season, hopefully forever

The most selfish player to ever play in the NBA, Allen Iverson, is out for the remainder of the season for the Detroit Pistons with a so-called 'hurt back.' Earlier this week, Iverson whined about coming off...
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Vintage in Blue

It all began with a girl who had nothing to wear. Liza Goncalves was hosting MADD Sports on BET, and she had resorted to cutting up old jerseys to create dresses for her onscreen wardrobe.‚  "It was out of n...
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Schilling calls it quits

Three-time world champion Curt Schilling has announced that he will retire. "This party has officially ended," Schilling wrote in an email. "After being blessed to experience 23 years of playing profession...