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Article posted on Saturday 22 July - 02:16 EDT
At the age of 40, Floyd Mayweather admits he's not as fast as he once was, and that it takes him longer to reach peak physical condition for a fight. Good thing for he's someone who isn't afraid of putting in the work.
Another weekend of Major League Soccer means three more bets to sink your teeth into. Chicago Fire will look to reclaim the conference lead, while Atlanta United hope to sustain their momentum and DC United hope not to fall flat once again.
Saratoga will kick off their opening weekend with a loaded card featuring the $500,000 Diana Stakes (G1) on Saturday, July 22. The turf race has drawn a field of six including fan-favorite Lady Eli.
The race for the Premier League's Golden Boot looks like it might be more contentious than ever this season. We break down the most likely candidates to take the honor while also detailing what might surprise a couple favorites.
Thursday brings another round of Major League Soccer matches, and we've got the skinny on three good bets. Can NYCFC narrow the gap between them and the Eastern Conference leaders? Can Portland and LA get back on track after terrible runs?
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Article posted on Sunday 16 July
Tim Tebow was a mediocre-to-bad NFL quarterback, but the reality is he was, albeit briefly, an NFL quarterback. Making the switch this year to baseball, the scouting report is Tebow is a mediocre-to-bad minor pro ballplayer.
Most cite him as the greatest pound for pound fighter in the world today, and among the best ever. A perfect 49-0 in his pro boxing career, a 15-time world champion, there's little that Floyd Mayweather hasn't accomplished in the ring.
They've put tennis into the way back machine at Wimbledon and flown the world's top players back to 2007. Roger Federer (men's singles) and Venus Williams (women's singles) were the winners then, and both are poised for repeat performances.
The same person won't win the Wimbledon women's singles title, but the same family could win it again. Serena Williams was the 2015 and 2016 Wimbledon champ, and her sister Venus Williams is one match away from keeping the title at home.
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