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Wayne Rooney equals Sir Bobby Charlton's Manchester United scoring record

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Rooney equals Charlton’s Man Utd record

Wayne Rooney has moved level with Sir Bobby Charlton as Manchester United’s all-time leading goalscorer.

The 31-year-old’s FA Cup strike against Reading took him to 249 in 543 games, reaching the landmark 215 matches and four seasons quicker than Charlton. 1,147 more words

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Charles Hall Sets AVC Team Record of 17 Assists in 95-66 Win

With only one player returning to the team this year, it took about five games into the season for the AVC team to understand and accept their role and for the coaching staff to fine tune the rotations.  Since then, AVC is playing closer and closer to their potential as a team with a 7-1 record.  … 186 more words

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Francis Drake... Adventurer

Francis Drake sailed out of Plymouth on his ship the Golden Hind on the 13th December 1577 taking with him five additional ships; Pelican, Elizabeth, Marigold, Swan and Benedict.  328 more words

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A Minor Celebrity of Sorts

Jack has been potty training for the past couple of months, or more specifically, Jack is potty trained but he is still in that phase where he needs a reminder every once and awhile that he needs to make a trip to the bathroom.  1,123 more words

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Usain is Insane: The Fastest Man Alive's Impressive Olympic Career Comes to an End

Usain Bolt, the fastest man in the world, won gold in his third consecutive 4x100m relay and final Olympic race on Friday night, making him the first Olympian to win three consecutive gold medals in three events in three different Olympics. 916 more words

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A LOT OF CUDDLES: New York City's largest cat

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New York city is famous for its big breakfasts and tiny apartments. It is also a haven for pet-lovers and one cat has certainly taken local, and now international media by storm. 234 more words

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17-Year Old Justin Lynch Breaks Barriers In the Swim World

The relationship between water and people of African-descent is a complex one filled with so much trauma but also spirituality and celebration. 17 year old Justin Lynch is tapping into the latter by shattering records and bringing diversity and excellence in the world of competitive swimming. 50 more words

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