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Jameis Winston Denies Groping Uber Driver

(SL) – The NFL is investigating an allegation that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston groped a female Uber driver during a ride in Arizona in March 2016. 668 more words

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Debate in Micro-Chipping: Olympic Athletes



To combat the doping problem that commonly surrounds the Olympic Games, Mike Miller is considering the benefits of micro-chipping athletes. The Chief Executive for the World Olympic Association is investigating the benefits of this surging technological advancement. 402 more words

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Top Women's College Basketball Players of 2017

  1. A’ja Wilson- South Carolina- Forward
  2. Kelsey Mitchell- Ohio State- Guard
  3. Napheesa Collier- UConn- Forward
  4. Gabby Williams- UConn- Forward
  5. Katie Lou Samuelson- UConn- Guard/Forward
  6. Jordan Canada- UCLA- Guard…
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Thirty-three paddlers named to 2017-18 CKBC Provincial Team

Thirty-three of BC’s top sprint and slalom canoe and kayak paddlers have been selected to Canoe Kayak BC’s provincial team. Among the team members is national sprint kayak team member Brian Malfesi (Ridge) and slalom world cup team members Austin Atkins and Finley Capstick (CCE). 442 more words

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Flex Friday -- Sarah Grace

 

 

The tall and lovely new figure girl Sarah Grace graces our Flex Friday feature for this week, posing in pics from her debut shoot at the NPC North Americans out in Pittsburgh over the summer. 84 more words

Fitness

Thymosin beta 4 and Skin Repair

 Thymosin beta 4 and Skin Repair

By Carmia Borek, Ph.D.

The promise of repairing sun parched aging skin is alluring, especially if damage control may be attained by applying a substance that is abundant in our body. 2,010 more words

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Screening out cardiac arrest in sportspeople may not be effective: Study

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

LONDON: Having defibrillators at competition sites and training people to use them are more worthwhile than health screenings to identify athletes at risk for cardiac arrest, a new Canadian study suggests. 714 more words

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