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Cricket may be more popular than baseball in Britain, but Prince Harry gave America’s pastime a try when he visited Harlem on Tuesday to launch the partnership between Harlem RBI and the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. The red-headed royal hottie toured the US this week to promote… Read More »
After numerous titles, participation on teams in four different countries, several Olympic Games and thousands of modelling posters for giddy teenage girls around the world, soccer legend David Beckham is hanging up his cleats following 17 years in the professional sport. The 38-year-old Brit decided he would play his last regular season game with his… Read More »
Can the Ottawa Senators even the series against the powerful Pittsburgh Penguins? It’s possible, if the Senators can show the same determination they had during their series win against Montreal. The Senators have an amazing goaltender in the form of Craig Anderson, and it’s possible Anderson could be a big factor for the Senators against… Read More »
Toronto FC plays their only home match in May as they challenge Columbus Crew in the fifth installment of the Trillium Cup on Saturday. Named for the official provincial flower of Ontario, and the official state wildflower of Ohio, the rivalry was first instated in 2008, in Toronto’s second year of MLS play and was… Read More »
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has popularized Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) to the point where it’s considered a mainstream sport. It can still be intimidating for newbies though, so let’s replace that fear with knowledge, staring with the ‘armbar.’ One of the basic ways to win an MMA match is by ‘submitting the opponent.’ This… Read More »