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Forget Independence Vote: ‘The Rumgay’ Is The Hottest Thing In Scotland Since Andy Murray Hinted He May Do It
The Rumgay Table Tennis Celebration was born at the Commonwealth Games in July, but now it has new life thanks to a popular song, and Andy Murray’s recent tweets.
He dove off a second-story balcony to save the 7-year-old. All this story is lacking is a cameo appearance by Stan Lee.
Rhode Island manager Dave Belisle’s address to his players following their elimination loss to the team from Chicago is going viral, and for good reason. But some are saying that it wasn’t spontaneous. See Belisle address that issue on The Today Show, following the jump.
99-year old Ida Keeling is the first woman in her age group to break a minute in the 100-metre spring. Keeling finished the race in 59.8 seconds, making her the world-record holder among 99-year old women according to her coach.
This philanthropic advancement in sports equipment is both fun to watch (because Katie Couric maniacally stabbing soccer balls is hilarious) and heartwarming (because its actually making life better for children in impoverished countries).
“Viva Los Gigantes!”
Mo’Ne Davis, the 18th girl ever to play in Williamsport, has a 71-mph fastball and threw a shutout in the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship game on Sunday.
The beauty, grace and impeccable timing of synchronized swimming … are not evident here. But it’s still the most awesome thing I’ve seen all week.
Virtual and real life basketball worlds collide for kids on the EA Sports campus in Redwood Shores, CA … with a large helping of NBA stars lending a hand.