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The NHL Playoffs start tomorrow with 16 teams battling it out for the Holy Grail of hockey, Lord Stanley's Cup. Which team will emerge victorious?
Now that baseball season has started it's time to hit the ballpark and catch some games. One of the best parts about watching baseball? The food!
Everybody owns a baseball hat, you might even be wearing one right now! But who were the first to wear this iconic piece of sports apparel? And how popular are they today?
Some college basketball teams are named after animals, others after important historical figures, but there's one school's mascot that's just plain weird.
The Brazuca soccer ball was designed by Adidas exclusively to be used in the 2014 Brazil FIFA World Cup to be held later this year in South America.
Justin posted this video of him taking his manager Scooter Braun to school, but is it authentic?
If you think Russia plus winter equals "way too cold," you're wrong. Sure, the Caucus Mountains overlooking Sochi average six-and-a-half feet of snow each year, but hard freezes are rare in the city down below
So, you hear about the word “Olympics” often from your elders and your neighbors around. Have you ever thought of questioning yourself that from where Olympics has originated and what are the famous games played? How people participate and what is awarded to them?
Olympic Games are one of the most reputed and leading internal sporting competitions of all times. Rather than winning in the prestigious of all games, even participating in them is considered a great feat. The recently concluded winter 2014 Olympic Games had lot of fun elements in store for kids.
The 2013 US Open of Tennis marks everyone's return from a blissful summer back to work and school... so our favorite tennis players will try to give us something to cheer about in New York City. The 2013 US Open will be up and running from now until September 9th, so let's preview the competition.