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The first tweets by athletes are rarely exciting, funny or provocative — but they are interesting when you look at them from hindsight’s perspective.
Remember how strange it was when Jerramy Stevens was arrested on suspicion of domestic assault against fiancee Hope Solo, and then the couple got married shortly thereafter? Well, now the 911 tape from the call that led to the arrest is out, and it does not make things any less confusing.
According to KING TV reporter Chris Daniels, former NFL TE Jerramy Stevens was arrested last night at 3:45 a.m. for domestic assault in Kirland, Washington. The victim was Hope Solo, goalie for the United States women’s soccer team and, according to court documents, Stevens’ fiance.
Last night, ESPN’s hard-hitting newsroom show, E:60, did a segment on Hope Solo and her appearance in ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue.” Like all of the athletes in the “Body Issue,” Hope was completely naked for her photo shoot, with only some strategically placed hands and expertly crossed thighs keeping it PG.
Hope Solo has a memoir coming out on Tuesday. It’s entitled SOLO: A Memoir of Hope. It’s probably not going to all be as punny as that title, but if we know Hope Solo, it’s definitely going to be written with a razor-sharp edge. Read more after the jump.
A delay of game call that led to the United States women’s soccer team tying things up against Canada yesterday was incorrect… but it ultimately did not cost the Canadian team the match. After the jump, a full breakdown.
Don’t know what to watch at the London 2012 Olympics? Well, since there are dozens of events per day and NBC complicates things with its tape-delays, things can get really confusing. Fortunately, we’re here to help, weed out the crap (*cough, equestrian*) and highlight the few events you should focus on (from a jingoistic American’s point of view, obviously). And we’ll tell you how/when you can watch them, because, again, NBC sucks.