Monthly Archives: February 2014

Machida Defeated Easily Mousasi

Lyoto Machida has welcomed Gegard Mousasi in the middleweight division, winning by unanimous decision on Saturday night during the final gala of “UFC Fight Night 36” presented in Brazil. Former heavyweight king of the defunct organization Strikeforce, Mousasi (34-4-2) was ranked ninth in this category after tinted passage success at UFC in April. Machida (21-4), also a former heavyweight champion, ... Read More »

Sochi Olympics: The Skier Bode Miller Breaks Down In Tears During An Interview

After winning a bronze medal, the American skier Bode Miller could not hold back her tears when the reporter asked him about his deceased brother. Emotion is always waiting for you at major sports events, and probably a little more at the Olympics. Victory or defeat, disappointment or surprise, athletes work several years to achieve the best possible outcome, and ... Read More »

TJ Oshie Plays Hero For Americans

TJ Oshie scored four times in an eight-round shootout on Saturday to give victory to the United States 3-2 against Russia in an exciting game in the preliminary round of the men’s hockey tournament at the Olympic Games in Sochi. TJ Oshie had begun shooting in beating goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky, who then stopped James Van Riemsdyk and Joe Pavelski. Evgeni ... Read More »

Arne Duncan, Minister Of Education Of The Obama Administration, Ignites The All Star Game

Everyone knows the passion of Barack Obama for basketball. A little less than his Education Secretary, Arne Duncan, 49, the most loyal member of the “clan Chicago” the U.S. president. His performance, Friday, Feb. 14, during the game celebrities who inaugurated the All Star Game, which takes place this weekend in New Orleans, said that he was a professional basketball ... Read More »

Northern Trust: Without Fail To Bae, Dubuisson Password

South Korean Sang-Moon Bae (-6) propels the head of the Northern Trust Open with one card bogey-free second round. Third cut in as many appearances on the U.S. circuit for Victor Dubuisson. Sang-Moon Bae, 27, has signed a 66 without any bogey to project lead the Northern Trust Open after thirty-six holes. Person other than the South Korean has finished ... Read More »

Balotelli, The Solution Of The Gunners?

Down offensive efficiency, Arsenal has made up his mind to recruit Milan striker Mario Balotelli next summer. On one side, the tears of Mario Balotelli on the Milan bench in the defeat of Milan on February 8 (3-1). The other, a desperate attack Gunners inefficiency against Manchester United dominated but never actually worried Wednesday night (0-0). It does not need ... Read More »

Julia Mancuso saw in super-combined

Very quiet since the beginning of the season, Julia Mancuso had the best time of the descent of the super-combined Olympic Games in Sochi. Without any Prodium far, the Olympic vice-champion of the discipline has relegated its first rival to nearly half a second. In great shape since the beginning of the season (five wins in World Cup), Lara Gut ... Read More »

Michael Sam Says His Homosexuality

Michael Sam, a defensive lineman from the University of Missouri, spoke publicly about his sexual orientation for the first time Sunday. While Russia made headlines for its law prohibiting “propaganda” homosexual to minors, a young football player broke barriers in claiming his homosexuality openly. Michael Sam could become the first openly gay player to play in the NFL since he ... Read More »

Bartoli: “Five Sets, Not Possible For A Woman”

Winner of the last Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli told BBC World News that “we can not ask a woman to play six hours.” During an interview broadcast Wednesday night, the French retired tennis broached the subject of doping and physical inability of women to string matches in five sets. Marion Bartoli is convinced that women do not have the physical ability ... Read More »

AT & T National Pro-Am: Loupe, The Surprise Guest

He is a young man of 25 years, completely unknown to the general public, who seized command of a disturbed by weather (three hours late because of rain) tournament. Andrew Loupe is its name, has two strokes ahead of five men, including the current leader of the FedEx Cup, Jimmy Walker, recent winner of the Sony Open in Hawaii. The ... Read More »