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    He still can’t beat Serena when she playin’ with her left.

    Over the weekend, Drake aka Champagne Papi and Serena Williams aka The Greatest Athlete In The World were spotted canoodling at a restaurant in Cincinatti.

    Over the weekend, Drake aka Champagne Papi and Serena Williams aka The Greatest Athlete In The World were spotted canoodling at a restaurant in Cincinatti.

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    We think we might know what kinds of surprises Drake has waiting for Serena.

    We think we might know what kinds of surprises Drake has waiting for Serena.

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    Running her bath water with coconut oil imported from a small island off the coast of Canada.

    Running her bath water with coconut oil imported from a small island off the coast of Canada.

    Oprah approves.

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    The fastest man in the world can’t outrun a Segway.

    Usain Bolt continued to crush the competition at the athletics World Championships in Beijing today, winning the 200 metres final with a time of 19.55, having already won the 100 metres.

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    But he couldn't escape the cameraman riding a Segway who crashed into him moments after he'd crossed the finish line.

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    This Vine is even better, thanks to the Italian commentator.

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    Under every player’s shoulder pad there’s a tiny chip transmitting his location, down to the inch. A look at the tech that could change the game.

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    The NFL is rolling out new on-field tracking tools that let it know where its players are, where they're going, how fast they're getting there, and which route they're taking.

    That's not surprising. Major league sports aren't just a physical contest — they're a data dump. Statistics fuel bets, fantasy leagues, and armchair coaching; they inform coaching decisions and give fans the opportunity to embed themselves deep into a sport. The NFL, though, has recently introduced an unprecedented level of that data collection.

    After testing it last year, as of this season, the upper decks of all 31 NFL stadiums are ringed with sensors, all pointed at the field. They're looking for sensor tags, located under each of the players' shoulder pads, that are capable of live-tracking movements on the field of play. The tracking is extraordinarily accurate — according to Zebra Technologies, which makes the tags, the margin of error is less than six inches. That's a tiny amount, especially when compared to GPS, which is usually only accurate within yards.

    Here's what one of the receivers looks like in action at Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium.

    Here's what one of the receivers looks like in action at Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium.

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    The result is a lot of data. The NFL knows where every player on every team is from the moment he walks out of the locker room on game day — when wireless gate technology activates his tags in the doorway. Once he gets on the field, he's tracked for the duration of the game, the sensors measuring movement, speed, and plays. These statistics are processed by Zebra, then passed to the NFL servers before being parceled out to different broadcast networks, box score providers, and — starting with this year's regular season — Xbox One.


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    *Squeeeeee*

    Every kid has a hero, and Lilley's is Port Adelaide AFL star Jarman Impey. So last week as he walked by, Lilley had a special message for "Jars."

    Every kid has a hero, and Lilley's is Port Adelaide AFL star Jarman Impey. So last week as he walked by, Lilley had a special message for "Jars."

    Via Facebook: PortAdelaideFC

    As she explained to Channel 7's Hamish McLachlan, she didn't really think she would get married to Jarman. She "just said it" on the spur of the moment. Girl, we've all been there.

    But a lady can hope, and McLachlan promised to keep his fingers crossed. Sure enough, a few days later Jarman came to say hi.

    But a lady can hope, and McLachlan promised to keep his fingers crossed. Sure enough, a few days later Jarman came to say hi.

    Via Facebook: 188342508881

    The pair exchanged flowers.

    The pair exchanged flowers.

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    Failure to specify a code doesn’t really matter.

    A Reddit user has uncovered Rugby Union / League superstar Isreal Folau's high school yearbook, and in it Folau seems to have a pretty good idea of where he's heading.

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    We gave Welsh people the opportunity to ask the questions they’ve always wanted to ask (h/t Paul Rowland, James King, Rachael Krishna, Elena Cresci, Geraint Criddle).

    "What is it about matchdays that just screams gilets and tweed?"

    "What is it about matchdays that just screams gilets and tweed?"

    Canterbury

    "Can you name two songs?"

    "Can you name two songs?"

    "Only you just seem to sing that one song – and the rest of the world has noticed."

    Twitter

    "Did you win the World Cup in 2003?"

    "Did you win the World Cup in 2003?"

    "It's just that you never seem to talk about it or randomly bring it up in conversation."

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    "When was the last time you won a Grand Slam?"

    "When was the last time you won a Grand Slam?"

    "Clue: It was in the year you never, ever stop talking about."

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    Turns out there are not very many sports where a goalie would tend the net in the third quarter of a tie-game rivalry …

    I can't accept that it's over...
    And I will block the door like a goalie tending the net
    In the third quarter of a tied-game rivalry


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    Umm, boys. I think we added too much masala.

    A clip from 2004 Telugu movie Sye is being circulated on the internet as it is possibly the most bizarre depiction of rugby ever.

    A clip from 2004 Telugu movie Sye is being circulated on the internet as it is possibly the most bizarre depiction of rugby ever.

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    The video resurfaced after a Reddit user posted it to the site saying, "We need more sound effects in rugby!"

    The video resurfaced after a Reddit user posted it to the site saying, "We need more sound effects in rugby!"

    It was quickly picked up by websites based in Wales and New Zealand, both prominent rugby-playing nations, due to the sheer hilarity of the video.

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    So for those of you who aren't too familiar with the game of rugby, rest assured that is not how it is actually played.

    So for those of you who aren't too familiar with the game of rugby, rest assured that is not how it is actually played.

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    And no, the players most definitely cannot take a smoke break between the game to indulge in a gigantic cigar.

    And no, the players most definitely cannot take a smoke break between the game to indulge in a gigantic cigar.

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    HAIL TO THE VICTORS.

    There is no greater feeling in the world than being in The Big House with hundreds of thousands of people who share your passion for Michigan football.

    There is no greater feeling in the world than being in The Big House with hundreds of thousands of people who share your passion for Michigan football.

    Katie Corvino / BuzzFeed

    Michigan has some of the most dedicated fans out there who are willing to camp out days and nights just to get the best seats.

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    Nothing beats waking up at 7 a.m. to get ready for a Saturday morning tailgate.

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    You can buy so much cool stuff at The M Den. Whether it's game day overalls or masks, anything that's maize and blue is somehow totally acceptable.

    You can buy so much cool stuff at The M Den. Whether it's game day overalls or masks, anything that's maize and blue is somehow totally acceptable.

    Katie Corvino / BuzzFeed


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    Once you go All Blacks you never go all backs.

    New Zealand Fashion Week is on and for the second year in a row, the Kiwi undies brand Jockey brought out players from the All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens to model their new line.

    New Zealand Fashion Week is on and for the second year in a row, the Kiwi undies brand Jockey brought out players from the All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens to model their new line.

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    Here's Hika Elliot of the All Blacks and DJ Forbes of the All Black Sevens keeping it monochrome.

    Here's Hika Elliot of the All Blacks and DJ Forbes of the All Black Sevens keeping it monochrome.

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    Malakai Fekitoa plays centre for the All Blacks and can use his own centre as a washboard.

    Malakai Fekitoa plays centre for the All Blacks and can use his own centre as a washboard.

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    Andy Ellis of the All Blacks, and Scott Curry - who was recently announced as captain of the All Blacks Sevens.

    Andy Ellis of the All Blacks, and Scott Curry - who was recently announced as captain of the All Blacks Sevens.

    That sentence is how a LOT of my fanfic is going to start.

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    Faith in humanity restored.

    Photographer Omar Havana was a first-hand witness to the Nepal earthquake in April this year.

    Photographer Omar Havana was a first-hand witness to the Nepal earthquake in April this year.

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    While covering the recovery efforts, Omar met a young boy named Jetin, who was playing football when the earthquake struck.

    While covering the recovery efforts, Omar met a young boy named Jetin, who was playing football when the earthquake struck.

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    Jetin, an avid fan of Cristiano Ronaldo, says he stopped playing, waited for the earthquake to cease, and then kept on playing.

    Jetin, an avid fan of Cristiano Ronaldo, says he stopped playing, waited for the earthquake to cease, and then kept on playing.

    Omar Havana / Getty Images

    Omar set about trying to contact Ronaldo's team to do something for the boy.

    Omar set about trying to contact Ronaldo's team to do something for the boy.

    Omar Havana / Getty Images


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    A totally scientific analysis. Only Premier League teams (for now).


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  • 08/28/15--09:21: How Arsenal Are You?
  • Oooh to be a Goo-ner.


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    How good is your knowledge when the clock is ticking?

    The timer will start when you begin typing, good luck!


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    Babel has been heavily criticised for his string of sexist tweets at a female fan.


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    Team. Of. Destiny.

    The magical parrot that helps designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion hit home runs.

    The magical parrot that helps designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion hit home runs.

    The "official" history of Encarnacion's distinctive home run trot is an obvious cover story. All fans know he is giving rides to the invisible magic bird from which he draws his power.

    Via giphy.com

    Munenori Kawasaki.

    Munenori Kawasaki.

    Absolutely everyone loves this guy. Fans love him, teammates love him. Even opposing players root for him and against themselves. Other than the fact that he can't really hit and had to be sent down to the minor leagues, he's the perfect baseball player.

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    The Blue Jays have the only starting pitcher in baseball who throws a knuckleball. And the knuckleball is wizardry.

    The Blue Jays have the only starting pitcher in baseball who throws a knuckleball. And the knuckleball is wizardry.

    Look at that thing. It goes left-right-left-right-down. How are you supposed to hit that? The knuckleball is the equivalent to finding a glitch in the Matrix. It's cheating physics. If Dickey was around 200 years ago we'd be burning him at the stake for witchcraft.

    How does it work? The short answer: black magic. The medium answer: by throwing the ball with hardly any spin you create a drag force behind the ball that causes it to jolt and shimmy in unpredictable ways. The long answer is here.

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    They literally committed highway robbery to trade for Josh Donaldson.

    They literally committed highway robbery to trade for Josh Donaldson.

    Here's what must have happened. One day during the off-season Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane (yes, the one played by Brad Pitt in Moneyball) was walking down a dusty country road when he suddenly found himself surrounded by intimidating Blue Jays executives.

    The execs forced Beane at knife-point to trade them third baseman Josh Donaldson for a less good, often injured third baseman and a couple B-list prospects.

    Donaldson now leads the league in runs batted in and could end up the American League's Most Valuable Player. Oakland is last in the American League.

    Now wanted by authorities for the steal of the century, Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos manages the team through dispatches from his various Central American hiding spots.

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    The man reportedly fell from one level of bleachers to another during a home game at Turner Field against the New York Yankees.

    Rescue workers carry an injured fan who fell from the stands at Turner Field Saturday.

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    After falling during the seventh inning, the man was treated at the scene then taken to an area hospital, the Braves announced on Twitter. However, he later died from his injuries.

    The Atlanta Police confirmed the man's death to BuzzFeed News, but said his name had not been released while authorities worked to notify his family. Sgt. Greg Lyons said the man was in his early 60s.

    Lyons said investigators at the scene found no indication that foul play was involved.

    "It seems to be a tragic accident," Lyons added.

    ESPN reported that witnesses saw the man lose his balance while yelling at Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees. The man reportedly then fell about 50 feet onto a lower level.


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    Kicking (life) goals.

    Australian rugby league star Greg Inglis has gotten some new ink – and it's all for two causes important to the South Sydney Rabbitohs captain.

    Australian rugby league star Greg Inglis has gotten some new ink – and it's all for two causes important to the South Sydney Rabbitohs captain.

    Greg Inglis of the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

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    On Saturday, he posted a picture on Instagram showing off two new tattoos: a dotted symbol supporting Indigenous health advocacy group One Disease, and an equal sign for marriage equality.

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    Inglis urged his followers to visit the One Disease website, calling it an "eye opener". The organisation aims to eliminate preventable diseases from Indigenous communities, focusing first on scabies.

    Currently, One Disease is running the #InkForGood campaign, encouraging people to wear a temporary tattoo and donate money to go towards fighting scabies in Indigenous communities.

    Inglis joins other prominent Indigenous Australians Samantha Harris and Karla Grant in getting a permanent version of the tattoo.

    Inglis's gesture of support for marriage equality comes after the NRL announced its support for the reform in July.

    Inglis is currently off the field with a knee injury... but he's obviously kicking goals anyway. ? ? ?

    Inglis is currently off the field with a knee injury... but he's obviously kicking goals anyway. ? ? ?

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    “It is such a relief,” the 23-year-old international centre told The Sunday Times.

    Sam Stanley, a rugby union centre for England Sevens, has come out as gay in an interview with The Sunday Times.

    Sam Stanley, a rugby union centre for England Sevens, has come out as gay in an interview with The Sunday Times.

    Stanley of England in action against Scotland during the Tokyo Sevens in March 2014.

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    Stanley, who comes from a famous rugby family, played for Saracens, as well as for England U16 and U18. He is currently playing for Ealing Trailfinders.

    In the Sunday Times interview, Stanley, who realised he may have been gay at age 10 or 11, talked about how he had felt suicidal in the past because of the struggle with his sexuality.

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    "I was standing on a bridge about four or five years ago, overlooking a motorway in Essex," he said. "However, looking back, the idea that I would jump was ridiculous, but it was as if I was thinking that I could get rid of the pain in one go.

    "You are so worried about what people will think, and I thought I couldn't be a macho rugby player the way I was, and there was nothing else I wanted to do with my life."


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    The NFL and the player’s union met in the judge’s chambers for 40 minutes but could not reach an agreement.

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    Lawyers for the NFL and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady failed to reach a settlement Monday in the deflategate case after a 40 minute meeting in a federal judge's chambers in Manhattan.

    Judge Richard Berman said "they tried quite hard" and "I have no qualms about either's side's efforts." He said he "fully expects to rule by Friday" but said it is more likely he will rule Tuesday or Wednesday.

    The player's union attorney, Jeff Kessler, said, "we trust the court to proceed in a just result."

    The case before Judge Berman is a lawsuit brought by the NFLPA for Tom Brady against the NFL that disputes the power with which Commissioner Roger Goodell acted when ruling on the quarterback's appeal of his four-game suspension.

    The parties first met in court August 12 - the same day a courtroom sketch artist produced an unflattering rendering of the usually handsome football player. Neither Goodell nor Brady attended a second hearing on August 19 during which Judge Berman said that if the NFL and the NFL Player's Association could not settle the matter, he would issue a decision by September 4 -- that's less than a week before the Patriots kick-off the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    The judge has required that both Goodell and Brady attend Monday's hearing.

    The seven month long deflategate saga started on January 18 when the Patriots were accused of using underinflated balls during the AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts. NFL officials later said they determined that the Patriots' game balls had been deliberately underinflated to give Brady and his teammates a competitive advantage.

    Judge Berman has questioned both parties about the footballs but the legal base of the dispute is in power and labor.

    After the NFL hired an independent investigator, Ted Wells, who determined that Brady was at least "generally aware" of a scheme to tamper with game-day footballs to gain a perceived competitive advantage, the star quarterback was issued a four game suspension by the league. He appealed the suspension, and the NFLPA asked Commissioner Goodell to recuse himself as arbitrator, which he refused.

    Following a 10-hour appeal hearing on June 23 at NFL headquarters on Park Avenue in Manhattan, Goodell upheld Brady's suspension, citing new evidence: During Wells' investigation, Brady refused to turn over his cell phone, claiming privacy concerns, and then it was "destroyed" (which Brady claims is routine). The NFLPA claims Brady was never made aware that he could be punished for not turning over his phone.

    After Brady's suspension was upheld, the NFLPA filed a federal lawsuit challenging Goodell's unilateral power as disciplinarian and arbitrator. The NFL claims Goodell is well within his realm of power, citing a clause in the NFL/NFLPA Collective Bargaining Agreement.

    During the August 19 hearing, Judge Berman hammered Daniel Nash, the NFL's attorney, with questions about how Brady's final suspension was determined. He also asked him to clarify how many of the four games were for the alleged awareness of supposedly deflated footballs, and how many were for not cooperating with the league investigation.

    The NFL did not have an answer that satisfied the Judge, so he asked again: If a player were to be found responsible for tampering game-day footballs, but he did cooperate, how long would he be suspended?

    "That would be up to the commissioner's sound judgment," Nash replied.

    "I'm a little troubled by that," Judge Berman shot back.

    Judge Berman continued to sternly question the NFL on various points of their investigator's independence and the standard of Brady's "general awareness" of wrongdoing, and legal analysts considered the second hearing a good sign for Brady's camp.

    However, the judge has said repeatedly that each side of the dispute has obvious strengths and weaknesses that he will take into consideration before returning his ultimate evaluation of Goodell's radius of unilateral power in the NFL — and decision as to when Brady can return to the field.


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