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This week we are taking a look at Tiger Woods and why his golf game is sinking like a tiger in quick sand. Also who is the hottest team in the National League? And finally, did you know that Ilya Kovalchuk was offered a 17-year contract with the New Jersey Devils?
Huntington Beach in California saw a crowd of 10,000 people to watch local favorite Brett Simpson take out 9-time World Champion Kelly Slater and current #1 Jordy Smith at the 2010 US Open of Surfing.
A new segment has begun at Kidzworld where we will be updating you on the major events happening in the Sportzworld throughout the week. So why don’t we start things off with the biggest man in the Sportzworld… SHAQ
Ebay is showing record sales for #6 Miami Heat jersies. Meanwhile dumpsters in Cleveland are overflowing with #23 Cavalier jersies. If you haven’t heard the biggest basketball news of the summer, Lebron James (aka. King James) was traded from the Cleveland Cavaliers to the Miami Heat.
It is a sad day in the World of Lacrosse as the Iroquois team was denied entry into England for the World Lacrosse Championships held in Mancester from July 15th to the 24th. Germany will take the place of the Iroquois (First Nations) team, as the Iroquois were not able to travel from the USA without an American passport
After 80 years of World Cup Soccer and only 7 winners, Spain has finally been added to the list of champions. Spain beat the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal only 4 minutes before a penalty shootout, and now they are World Cup champions.
The World Cup final is all set for Sunday, July 11th in South Africa. It’s going to be the Netherlands and Spain that will meet for the very first time as neither country has ever won a World Cup.
With Brazil gone, the World had looked to Argentina to come out on top in the World Cup in South Africa. But it was Germany that looked like a bunch of gladiators straight out of the movie “400” as they completely dismantled the favorite Argentina
It’s hard to say something tragic happened at a soccer game when nobody has died or been hurt… but today there is an exception. The tragedy was NOT that Ghana lost to Uruguay in a penalty shootout
Only 8 teams are left in the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa, and 4 of them are from South America. Now that is amazing considering there were only 5 South American teams allowed to enter the World Cup tournament.
The “Goal-that-did-not-count” will be the most talked about incident at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. England is now eliminated after losing 4-1 to Germany in what could be the most controversial game ever.
Soccer players… they're quite the enigma. I always wonder what their girlfriends think of them. I know they all make millions of dollars and soccer fans everywhere treat them like Gods, but deep down inside I bet they have a voice telling them just how ridiculous they actually are.
2006 World Cup Champions, the Italians are out! The referees are making life difficult for the Americans. Argentina looks impossible to beat. Portugal scored 7 goals in one game. Have you been watching the World Cup in South Africa???
Seconds away from being eliminated, Landon Donovan scores a dramatic goal, and USA is advancing to the next round at the World Cup in South Africa
There’s free pizza today in Ireland! After France unfairly beat Ireland to get into the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Pizza Hut restaurants in Ireland promised free pizza to Irish fans every time France lets in a goal.
Have you noticed how CRAZY it is getting at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa? Now this is one serious event, and it may be getting out of control.
If you’re an American, the World Cup in South Africa might leave you a little bitter today. The Americans were robbed by a disallowed goal called by the referee in a crucial match against Slovenia, the group leader.
As predicted, it was rough… it was low-scoring… and would you believe it came down to two perfect free throws by Slovenian Sasha Vujacic at the end of game 7 to secure back-to-back NBA Final Championships for the Los Angeles Lakers
Day 6 ended the first round of the World Cup in South Africa. There was a shocking upset, a silencing of the vuvuzelas, and another game full of chances but little goals to show for it.
It was the first time you heard complete silence at the World Cup. The vuvuzela horn, which had previously been a non-stopping sound of South Africa, had stopped. And you could have guessed someone had been murdered on the soccer field to stun the fans… and quite frankly it was murder… murder of the Bafana Bafana