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The New England Patriots Win Super Bowl 49

The New England Patriots beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 to win Super Bowl XLIX. Tom Brady threw for four touchdowns and Malcolm Butler intercepted Russell Wilson’s pass in the end zone with 20 seconds left, helping the New England Patriots to hold on and beat the Seattle Seahawks. The Patriots had lost three straight Super Bowls since winning three in ...

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Novak Djokovic Wins 5th Australian Open Title

You just can’t stop Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open. When the world Number 1’s tennis player beat sixth-seed Andy Murray 7-6 (5) 6-7 (4) 6-3 6-0 in a contentious slugfest in Melbourne, he become only the second man to claim five Australian Open titles. And with Djokovic 27, odds are that he’ll match Roy Emerson’s record haul of six. ...

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Serena Williams Grabs 19th Grand Slam Title

She may have been ill but that didn’t stop Serena Williams from claiming a 19th grand slam title today. The world No. 1 beat second-ranked Maria Sharapova 6-3 7-6 (5) in the Australian Open final to move into sole possession of second place in grand slams won in the Open Era behind Steffi Graf’s 22. And on this form, matching ...

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Usain Bolt For Super-Bowl 49 This Sunday

Jamaica’s track and field super star Usain Bolt will be in Arizona, USA on Sunday when the state hosts super bowl 49 to be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The triple world record holder will be among the guests when the New England Patriots tackle the Seattle Seahawks for championship honours. This is the first announced global event ...

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RJR Foundation’s Sportsman & Sportswoman Are

After toiling in the vineyard, Alia Atkinson became the third swimmer to win the coveted RJR Sports Foundation’s National Sportswoman of the Year Award, while boxer Nicholas “The Axeman” Walters emulated Bunny Grant and Mike McCallum to notch the Sportsman of the Year Crown, as they were announced winners at the Gala function held at the Pegasus Hotel last night. ...

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The West Indies Historically Defeats South Africa

West Indies went 2-0 up in the three-match Twenty/20 International series against South Africa yesterday at the Wanderers Ground, with a record breaking batting performance, achieving the highest run chase in the relatively short history of the 20 overs-a-side version of the game. Set 232 to win, the West Indians blazing their way to 236/6, stunning the South African players ...

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ESPN SportsCenter Anchor Stuart Scott Dies

Stuart Scott was the sports broadcaster that an entire generation of aspiring reporters wanted to be. Today, the veteran ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor died after a years-long battle with cancer, he was 49. Scott spent the last 21 years on the air for ESPN, and his anchoring included coverage of NFL and NBA games. His first diagnosis of stomach cancer came ...

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Rihanna Named New Creative Director For Puma

Barbados’ pop princess Rihanna has been named the new creative director for lifestyle and activewear brand Puma. The multiple Grammy award-winner will oversee the company’s women’s line, including footwear and clothing, during her “multi-year partnership,” according to a report in Women’s Wear Daily. The 26-year-old singer will also star in the brand’s autumn 2015 advertising campaign, and will be one ...

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Donovan Ricketts To Join Orlando City in MLS

Donovan Ricketts, Jamaican international goalkeeper, is set to play alongside former World Player of the Year, Kaka, on US Major League expansion team Orlando City. Ricketts was selected by Orlando, with the first overall pick in last week’s expansion draft. The 37-year old who spent two seasons with the Portland Timbers, where in 2013, he won the MLS Goalkeeper of ...

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Thierry Henry Retires From Professional Football

After 20 years, over 300 goals and a host of major honors, Thierry Henry has called time on his football career. The Frenchman, who won the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 with his country, is hanging up his boots to pursue a broadcasting career. Henry is best remembered for a glittering eight-year spell with Arsenal in the English Premier ...

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