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The Story Behind Superga's Adriano Panatta Sneaker

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17 Ways You Know Youre Onto Something Big - Chris McCombs. I was "this" close to sending them to charter school. Printed out applications, deconstructed the classroom. This article gave me pause. It is WELL worth a read. As are the other posts he's written.

from Forty One

Bruce Lee Philosophy: 12 Positive Insights You Can Apply To Your Life

There are some people who make their mark in a big way, and Bruce Lee was one of them. Even though the actor, philosopher, and martial arts instructor only live

from For The Win

Michael Jordan uses Hornets' Twitter to announce NBA comeback

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Jets aren't 'worthy' of Darrelle Revis' comeback game, according to Ty Law

Jets aren’t ‘worthy’ of Darrelle Revis’ comeback game, according to Ty Law Not only are the Jets not good enough, but Law says they might try to hurt Revis. You just know Darrelle Revis can't wait to face the Jets on Sunday. (USA TODAY Sports)

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Laraki Motors “Epitome” : a surprising Moroccan luxury sport car!

from RUNNER'S BLUEPRINT

How to Make a Strong Comeback to Running After an Injury

Running Injuries Suck! I hate to break it to you, but running injuries are not a joke. They are painful and can put a halt to your current running routine.In fact, being injured is a runner’s worst nightmare. But I got you covered, buddy. Today, dear reader, I’m going to share with you the training guidelines you need to ensure a strong, injury-free running comeback. http://www.runnersblueprint.com/make-a-strong-comeback-to-running-after-an-injury/ #Running #Sports #Injury

Matthias Rath and Totilas, pictured in 2011, made a comeback today, winning the Kapellen CDI*** Grand Prix in Belgium. Photo by Karl-Heinz Frieler. | The Chronicle of the Horse

Mayweather says he wont fight again Retired unbeaten former boxing champion Floyd Mayweather says he has retired for good and has no hunger for a ring return adding he has too much fun traveling the world. Mayweather told USA Today in New York on Wednesday that he has no need for the money or glory another bout could offer especially a rematch with 37-year-old Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao whom he defeated 18 months ago. A lot of fighters in the sport of boxing may want to retire but they…

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Roger Federer, Gael Monfils and a champion's gutsy U.S. Open comeback

Federer epic comeback against Gael Monfils at USO 2014 (USA TODAY Sports Images)