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Broward County Commissioner Inducted Into Cricket Hall of Fame

 Broward County Commissioner Dale V.C. Holness has been inducted into the Cricket Hall of Fame as he received the Golden Age Award for his commitment to advancing cricket in the United States and the construction of the Cricket Stadium at Central Broward Regional Park. The announcement was made at the induction ceremony at the Cricket Hall of Fame in Hartford, Conn. Proclamations from the governor of Connec ...

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Gabby Douglas Named Sportswoman of the Year

Gabby Douglas was just named Sportswoman of the Year by the Women’s Sports Foundation. ...

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Gabby Douglas’ Gold worth millions in endorsement deals

Olympic star Gabrielle Douglas, breakfast is just the start. Her deal to front Kellogg’s Corn Flakes boxes is likely to be followed by endorsement deals from major marketers looking to capitalize on America’s newest sports star ...

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Muhammad Ali received the National Constitution Center’s 2012 Liberty Medal

Muhammad Ali was honored Thursday with the Liberty Medal for his longtime role outside the ring as a fighter for humanitarian causes, civil rights and religious freedom. ...

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Lance Armstrong’s epic downfall

(CNN) -- His reputation is in tatters, the cycling victories that made him a legend are wiped away, and the sponsors that gave him enormous wealth have fled faster than a downhill race to a finish line. But that's only the beginning. Lance Armstrong is also being asked to pay back millions of dollars. And the term "Armstrong era" is now apparently a moniker for widespread cheating. The epic downfall of cycl ...

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The NFL money machine

Bryant is a multi-million dollar moneymaker on a money-making National Football League [NFL] team. ...

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Surprising survey reveals most dads with football-related concussions; want young sons playing tackle football

dangers for young athletes, a new national survey reveals 90 percent of men who played tackle football at the high school level or higher who suffered or suspected they suffered a concussion want their sons to play tackle football ...

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White Sox pay tribute to Black ball players with mural at Bronzeville Metra Station

Congressman Bobby Rush and officials from the Chicago White Sox and Metra recently dedicated a new 40-foot mural at the Lovanna S. “Lou" Jones/35th St. Station that commemorates and pays tribute to the impact of African Americans on baseball on Chicago’s South Side ...

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