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Renaud Lavillenie is the world’s top pole vaulter, and at the European Indoor Championships over the weekend, the reigning Olympic champ showed why, easily beating the field with a best jump of 6.01 meters, a full quarter-meter ahead of his closest competition. So why’d he look like this?
Yesterday, we posted a video of Morehead State basketball coach Sean Woods’ (one-sided) screaming match with point guard Devon Atkinson and asked: did Woods go too far? Woods’ boss decided he did, suspending the coach for a game. So now the question becomes: is the suspension deserved?
Brad Keselowski might be the current leader of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with one race remaining, but everything’s not as peachy as you might think. Although Keselowski took the lead after Jimmie Johnson crashed in Phoenix on Sunday, he’s been a target of criticism for Tony Stewart and others for racing too aggressively and having a “death wish.” That didn’t sit too well with Keselowski, especially after Sunday’s crash-filled race. [Awful Announcing]
Remember a few days ago, when Vancouver Canucks coach Alain Vigneault saw an opposing player do an impression, and then couldn’t stop laughing? Well, after the jump, see the video that’s basically the opposite of that.
A Fuming Marcos Baghdatis Smashes Four Racquets In 30 Seconds, Sets New Standard For Tennis Freakouts
Marcos Baghdatis was upset. There he was at the Australian Open, the major where he’s achieved the most success…and he was flaming out in the second round. He was angry. And when tennis players get angry, they smash racquets. In Baghdatis’ case…a lot of rackets.
On Sunday night in Baltimore, the New York Jets were putrid.
Titan of New York sports radio Mike Francesa is aware of all of this. Monday during his afternoon radio show on WFAN, Francesa, who is known to be tough on the Jets, went on a 14-plus minute tirade against the team, taking special care to point out every single player and coach who had mortified themselves in front of America with their play on Sunday night.
Within the last week, 2011 became something of a golden age for old-guy managers, highlighted now by an angry but vibrant outburst from Tigers manager Jim Leyland.
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen’s rage is usually good for some amusement…even if you’re on the team he’s arguing against.
Henrik Stenson had an okay U.S. Open, but an especially frustrating final round. And eventually, it all came to a head…and bloody hand.
Minor league baseball is the domain of outlandish manager behavior. Now, we’ve got a new entry into the canon – but this one’s a little different.