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Athletic brilliance usually transcends specific sports, and we have that here with this amazing cricket catch. What’s going on or who Australia’s Daniel Christian is, well who knows, (What is cricket, anyway?), but any time a man lays out for a ball over his head and snags it with his bare hand, he deserves some serious applause. See it, after the jump.
The Koreas Are Now “Naughty” And “Nice,” According To An Australian Newspaper Obviously In Hot Water
Unless some groundbreaking events in global diplomacy just went down, I’m pretty sure North Korea is still North Korea and South Korea is South Korea with the 38th parallel still firmly separating the two. For whatever reason, Australian daily newspaper, The Mx, doesn’t agree. They branded the two Koreas as “Naughty” and “Nice” in a printed medal count on Wednesday. Try and guess which is which after the jump.
Pre-Game Braiding, Straightening Of Hair: The Not-At-All-Tough-Guy Things Rugby Tough Guys Do Before A Match
An Australian netballer was suspended for two weeks for illegally and inappropriately touching an opponent. And unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that an event of this nature has occurred in Australian sports.
The United States are the defending champions in the IFAF Senior World Championship of American football, and if their 61-0 victory over Australia is any indication, the U.S. could be on its way to another world title.
Some rules in soccer are hard to understands. This is not an example of one of those rules.
At a steeplechase horse race in Australia, a horse steered off the track and leaped into a crowd of spectators, injuring seven.
I know absolutely zero about the basic rules of rugby, to say nothing of the nuances of the game. But I do know an exciting sports play when I see one.
Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg, announced that Tiger will no longer talk about the scandal that is approaching its one-year anniversary.