Quantcast

All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Sports’

Hope Solo Gets Out Of Jail, Pleads Not Guilty To Assault

U.S. soccer team’s goalkeeper Hope Solo was arrested on Saturday on domestic violence charges. Solo visited her sister’s home in Kirkland and authorities were called to the home a little before 1 a.m. to respond to a 911 call. The police found Solo upset and intoxicated. Her sister and nephew had scratches and injuries. They said that Solo attacked them. …

Read More

Michelle Wie Wins U.S. Women’s Open

Michelle Wie proves herself once again as one of the world’s best players in the LPGA. Sunday’s win at the U.S. Women’s Open was her fourth on the LPGA tour and her second of the year. Wie, 24, rose to fame a decade ago when she almost made the cut against the men in a PGA Tour event. She drew …

Read More

Michelle Wie Worked Hard To Win U.S. Women’s Open

Michelle Wie, 24, won the 69th U.S. Women’s Open on Sunday, but the win came with challenges, as any professional golf player would know. Wie overcame a double-bogey 6 on the 70th hole but was able to hold on, finishing with a two-stroke victory over No. 1 ranked Stacey Lewis. Wie almost lost her ball on the 16th hole, but was back in the …

Read More

Tiger Woods Signs MusclePharm Sponsorship Deal

MusclePharm Corporation, a popular nutritional supplement maker, announced this week that it has signed golfer Tiger Woods to a multi-year sponsorship deal. Woods joins other famous athletes such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Colin Kaepernick, who also have endorsement deals with MusclePharm. The brand is also the “official supplement provider” for the UFC. Under the terms of the deal Woods will …

Read More

Patty Mills: First Indigenous Australian To Win An NBA Championship

Patty Mills made Australian sporting history by helping his team, the San Antonio Spurs, defeat the Miami Heat. The San Antonio Spurs now have five championships under their belt since their first win in 1999. Mills, 25, an indigenous Australian, showed off his skills in the second half of the game to help the Spurs win the championship with a …

Read More

NBA Stars Read More Mean Tweets About Themselves

For the second time, Jimmy Kimmel has given us a special NBA-themed version of one of the best bits in his repertoire – celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves. This time, you’ll find NBA stars like Amar’e Stoudemire, Paul George, Dwight Howard, and many more reading pointed, hurtful tweets about themselves. There just something about watching a celebrity face the …

Read More

Chromecast Users Get More To Watch

Earlier this year, Google took its Chromecast SDK out of beta, paving the way for developers to go wild adding support to their apps, which in turn means that users of the $35 streaming device get access to more and more content. Google announced a few new supported experiences today. These include the WatchESPN app and MLS Matchday app (in …

Read More

Samantha Stosur Defeated By Maria Sharapova At French Open

Samantha Stosur let an amazing opportunity slip through her hands after being defeated by Maria Sharapova during the French Open. Stosur had a one-set lead over Sharapova, but ended up losing nine straight games. The Australian tennis player posed a big threat to Sharapova, but that still was not enough to pull a win against the Russian crowd favorite. “I …

Read More

Jimmie Johnson Snagged His Second Consecutive Win Of 2014 At Dover

Jimmie Johnson prevailed, yet again. After participating in 12 races, he finally got his first win of the year. And it seems as if there is nothing stopping him. He managed to add another championship to his name, just a mere week after his victory in the Coca Cola 600, by snagging his ninth win at the Dover International Speedway for …

Read More

Ernests Gulbis Ends Roger Federer’s 9-Year Streak, Advances To Quarterfinals

On Sunday, Latvian tennis pro Ernests Gulbis defeated Roger Federer and advanced to the quarterfinals. Gulbis also ended Federer’s 9-year streak of joining the final 8 at Roland Garros. After their match, which lasted 3 hours and 42 minutes, Gulbis said “I’ve been playing very well in France. I won tournaments in Marseille and Nice (in 2014). Hopefully Paris is …

Read More

Angelique Kerber Out Of French Open After Losing To Eugenie Bouchard

On Sunday, Eugenie Bouchard propelled to the French Open quarterfinals when she beat Angelique Kerber of Germany with a score of 6-1, 6-2. The match was over in 52 minutes. After the match, Bouchard said, “I believe I can play with the best girls out there. She’s top 10, so I respect her. She can play some really good tennis. …

Read More

Malcolm Glazer, Owner Of Buccaneers And Manchester United, Dies

Malcolm Glazer, owner and president of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, died on Wednesday morning. He was 85. The announcement came from the team. “Malcolm Glazer was the guiding force behind the building of a Super Bowl-champion organization. His dedication to the community was evident in all he did, including his leadership in bringing Super Bowls to Tampa Bay,” Roger Goodell, …

Read More

Page 6 of 35« First...«45678»102030...Last »