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Xander Schauffele Wins Gold in Men’s Individual Golf At Tokyo Olympics

Xander Schauffele held on to win the fourth-ever men’s Olympic event with a final-round 4-under 67. It was Schauffele’s first win anywhere in the world since the 2019 Tournament of Champions on Maui. “Just in shock,”…

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Eagles’ DeVonta Smith Sprains MCL In Training Camp

Rookie wide receiver and 10th overall pick in the NFL draft DeVonta Smith sprained his MCL in training camp, meaning that the new Eagles wideout will be sidelined for two to three weeks. Philadelphia does not…

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Keni Harrison & Gabi Cunningham Shine In Olympic Track & Field

Two athletes born and raised in North Carolina – Keni Harrison and Gabi Cunningham – have shined in the Tokyo Olympic Games in track and field. Harrison grew up in Clayton, North Carolina, and Cunningham is from Charlotte.…

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Karsten Warholm Wins 400-Meter Hurdles, Sets World Record, Rips Shirt To Celebrate

Karsten Warholm bested his own world record in Tokyo, setting an astonishing record of 45.94 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles. That time was good enough for both a world record and the gold medal, besting…

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Novak Djokovic Loses At Tokyo Olympics, Misses Out On Golden Slam

Novak Djokovic has had his name etched into tennis’s history books on a number of occasions, but he will not have it put down as a golden slam winner. Djokovic fell to German Alexander Zverev in the…

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USA Baseball Pummels Israel To Begin Olympic Run

The U.S. is off to arguably as good of an Olympic start as they could have hoped for after defeating Israel by a final scoreline of 8-1. Joe Ryan led the way on the mound, fanning…

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Simone Biles Wins Bronze On Balance Beam In Comeback

Simone Biles – the controversial but talented U.S. gymnast who stepped away from participating in the Olympics due to her mental health – came back to win bronze on the balance beam in Tokyo. Guan Chenchen of…

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Chris Paul Signs $120 Million Deal With Phoenix Suns

Chris Paul has reportedly signed a four-year extension that will keep him with the Phoenix Suns. The deal is worth up to $120 million. His agents Steve Heumann and Ty Sullivan confirmed the deal when speaking with ESPN.…

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Eugene Chung Calls NFL Statement On His Discrimination Claim ‘A Little Misleading’

Former NFL offensive lineman and assistant coach Eugene Chung called the NFL’s statement on his claim a “little misleading.” Chung, who is Asian American, said that in May, interviewing for a job with an NFL team…

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Pirates’ Adam Frazier Dealt To Padres

After months of speculation, Adam Frazier is officially being shipped off by the Pirates to the Padres in addition to cash. In exchange, Pittsburgh will receive three players: shortstop Tucupita Marcano, outfielder Jack Suwinski and right-handed pitcher Michell…

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U.S. Gymnast Jade Carey Wins Olympic Gold In Floor Exercise

Jade Carey is walking away from Tokyo with a gold medal after finishing in first for the floor exercise. Carey’s routine included an impressive nine flips and six twists. She is the third American in a…

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German Cycling Coach Dismissed From Olympics Over Racist Comment

German cycling coach Patrick Moster was sent home from the Tokyo Olympics after a racist comment during the men’s road time trial. Moster was heard shouting a derogatory slur targeting Middle Eastern people towards German…

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Olympic Beach Volleyball Star April Ross’ Biography: In Her Own Words

April Ross is an American professional beach volleyball player. She has competed in three Summer Olympics (2012 with Jennifer Kessy, 2016 with Kerri Walsh Jennings, and 2021 with Alix Klineman), winning a silver medal in…

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U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Falls To Canada In Tokyo Olympics Semifinals

The U.S. Women’s National Team will not repeat as the gold medal winner after taking first place in the FIFA World Cup, falling to Canada by a score of 1-0 at the Tokyo Olympics. “Obviously,…

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Alabama QB Bryce Young Has Signed Over $800K In NIL Deals

Alabama quarterback Bryce Young has signed deals using his name, image and likeness that sum up to over $800K, yet he has not started a game in his NCAA career thus far. According to ESPN, Young has been…

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