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Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber wants a full season

As of now, fans have accepted the fact that sports are being on hold for the benefit of everyone’s safety. However, Don Garber intends to have the MLS play its regular 34-game season when this COVID-19 pandemic is under control. A later season is not a bad thing “Our intent …

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Ryan Lochte Voices Opinion About Olympics Postponement

The Olympic community continues to react to the historic postponement of this summer’s games in Tokyo. The latest athlete to share his opinion on the decision is former Gators swimmer Ryan Lochte. Ryan’s Reaction Around the world, much of the reaction of the athletes is that of understanding. This majority …

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Olympics Postponed to 2021

After coronavirus concerns continue, the 2020 Summer Olympics are happening in 2021. The Decision on the Olympics Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe, after talks with IOC President Thomas Bach, announced that the Olympics will be held in 2021. After his telephone talks with IOC President Bach, PM Abe spoke to the …

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IOC Member Announces 2020 Tokyo Olympics Postponed

The COVID-19 outbreak continues to make splashes in the pool of worldwide sports. Due to the ongoing pandemic, International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound announced the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Monday. Pound believes the competition will likely take place in 2021, with no set date at the …

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Team USA Upset By France, Serbia in FIBA World Cup

Team USA made headlines for their lackluster roster earlier this summer and it finally came back to bite them. The Americans were defeated by France 89-79, breaking a 58 game win streak in international play. The last time Team USA lost a game in the FIBA world cup was in …

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Renee Phifer: A Champion

Renee Phifer has a love for animals, in particular, horses. Her mother’s love for horses only made Renee’s passion grow. This 16-year-old’s devotion sent her overseas to Abu-Dhabi for the 2019 Special Olympics World Games where she won three gold medals in equestrian events. Find out more about her story …

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Florida’s Gregg Troy Retires a 20-Year Career

The Florida Gator Swim coach, Gregg Troy, has announced his retirement from collegiate coaching. Gator Career Troy successfully lead the Gators for 20 years. He carries a National Championship, 8 SEC Conference titles, and watched 47 Gators represent their country in the Olympic games. His decorated career is only a …

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2018 Winter Olympics Updates

Currently, the United States has five gold medals, three silver medals and four bronze medals, making it a total of 12 Olympic medals. Norway leads with 29 medals followed by Germany with 23 medals. Now, team USA works to obtaining gold medals in ice hockey. U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Seeks …

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