1. Thor Hushovd Outsprints Main Field, Wins Stage Six

    Norwegian Thor Hushovd (Cervelo) took an exciting Stage Six victory of the Tour de France, helping lead the main pack in a final two km uphill sprint...

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  2. LeBron James Gets Dunked on by a College Player: Why You Will Never See It

    Several reports have emerged that Xavier player Jordan Crawford dunked on reigning NBA MVP LeBron James at the LeBron James Skills Academy on Monday night...

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  3. Voeckler Survives Windy Stage 5, Armstrong Remains Second Overall

    One day after the dramatic team time trail run, the Tour returned to business as usual for stage Five, a 122-mile journey from Le Cap d'Agde to Perpignan...

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  4. Team Time Trial Returns For Stage Four

    For the first time in three years, the team time trial has returned to the Tour de France. But unlike previous years, the performance of the teams may have a significant outcome on the individual standings...

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  5. NASCAR Strikes Back, Appeals Mayfield Injunction

    Just when it seemed Jeremy Mayfield had a victory in his hands and NASCAR was ready to pull back, NASCAR fired back at Mayfield after filing an appeal to U.S. District Court to reverse the decision on Monday...

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  6. Texas-Sized Superstar Ben Spies Makes Anticipated Return to USA

    In the past 30 years, America has produced some of the world's best motorcycle road race riders, whether the public is aware of it or not. Previous super stars from the United States on the world scene have included Kenny Roberts Sr...

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  7. NASCAR Silly Season 2009 Under Way!

    Even though the season 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup series has yet to reach the half way point, there are several stories that have kicked the silly season into high gear. Here are some stories to keep tap on over the next several weeks and months...

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  8. Will F1 Survive Beyond the 2009 Season?

    With the news the FIA plans to implement a new $60 million budget cap on F1 teams in the upcoming year, manufacturers and team presidents have begun to voice their displeasure in the new budget rules...

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  9. Michael Schumacher "astonished" By New F1 Rule

    In his first interview since Monday, when the FIA passed down their new rule governing the F1 title, former Ferrari pilot Michael Schumacher responded to an Italian newspaper that he ...

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  10. Engine and Transmission Woes Hit Hendrick Motorsports

    During the weekend at Fontana, Hendrick Motorsports showed two different sides—Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson. Both drivers qualified well, raced well, and finished well without much drama or incidents...

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  11. Kyle Busch Makes NASCAR History: Sweeps Camping World Truck and Nationwide Race

    As if Kyle Busch hasn't proved he is a quality driver before, he has taken it to a new level. For the first time in NASCAR history, a driver won two major NASCAR sanctioned events in one day...

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  12. Vickers Rolls to Pole for Auto Club 500

    At the beginning of the week, Brian Vickers was dealing with media from all angles about his tangle with Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the Daytona 500...

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  13. Jimmie Johnson Quickest at First Practice in California

    In the opening Sprint Cup Series practice at Auto Club Speedway, Jimmie Johnson put a shaky Daytona speedweeks aside by turning in the fastest lap of the session. Johnson timed in at 39...

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  14. Williams Without KERS For Season Opener

    Williams Team drivers Nico Rosberg and Kazuki Nakajima reported earlier in the week that the unique KERS system for the Williams FW-31 would not be available for use in the cars for at least the first 6 races of the season...

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  15. Auto Club 500 at Auto Club Speedway Preview

    Now that the Daytona 380 is complete, the NASCAR boys move on to the Auto Club speedway in Fontana, California. The 2.0-mile track has been home to some less-than-exciting racing over the years, but somehow always produces drama at the end...

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  16. Matt Kenseth Wins Shortened Daytona 500

    In what looked to be Kyle Busch's day, Matt Kenseth emerged as a diamond in the rough. After a wreck just past the midway point, which saw Kyle Busch and other contenders exit the race, Kenseth found himself near the front, and primed to pounce...

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  17. Tony Stewart Wins Second Straight Camping World 300

    Just when it looked like Tony Stewart couldn't get anything to go his way, something finally did. In a dramatic finish, Tony Stewart won Saturday's Camping World 300 at Daytona...

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  18. What We Learned From The Gatorade Duels

    Now that the dust is gone from an action-packed day of racing at Daytona, it's time to look into Sunday based on Thursday's races. The first thing is, well, the racing is good, but will probably be boring during the mid-stretches come Sunday...

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  19. Kyle Busch Takes Second Qualifying Race

    In the second of the 150-mile qualifying races, Kyle Busch brought his No. 18 JGR Toyota across the line first in front of Hendrick's Mark Martin. Busch made the pass on Martin in the closing laps with help from his JGR teammate, Denny Hamlin...

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  20. Jeff Gordon Takes Victory In First Qualifying Race

    In Thursday's first Gatorade Duel qualifying race at Daytona International Speedway, Jeff Gordon won his first race in over a year...

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  21. Potential Gatorade Duel 150 Surprises

    As per the norm, restrictor plate racing tends to foster and create uncertainty. With this years new setup for the cars, the racing has already proved to be nothing short of interesting and dangerous at times...

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  22. Reports: Alonso Turned Down Ferrari For '09

    Reports have recently surfaced from the Spanish newspaper Diaro AS that Alonso was offered a contract to drive for Scuderia Ferrari for the 2009 season...

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  23. NFL Black Monday: Winners, Losers, and Everywhere in Between

    The annual tradition in the NFL of firing head coaches the day after the regular season concludes has come and gone. Among the three (so far) firings, two were expected: Romeo Crennel of the ...

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