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Back On The Ground, Nik Wallenda Dreams Up His Next Walk

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Riders and bicycles were spread across the road after one of the crashes Saturday during Stage 1 of the Tour de France, which began in Corsica. Joel Saget/pool /EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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Can The Tour Be Won Without Drugs?

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Michael Bingle of Vancouver, Wash., rides through Grand Ronde, Ore., during a 400-kilometer randonnée in May. Angela Evancie hide caption

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Randonneurs Are In It For The Ride, Not The Race

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Not My Job: Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee Gets Cursy

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The 2013 Tour de France is breaking with several traditions, as it starts with a sprint stage on Corsica Saturday. Here, American Tejay van Garderen, 24, second from left, trains with his team on the island. Laurent Cipriani/AP hide caption

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Cleveland Cavaliers Shock NBA With First Draft Pick

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The top prospects in the NBA's 2013 draft include Nerlens Noel of Kentucky, Victor Oladipo of Indiana, Otto Porter of Georgetown, Alex Len of Maryland, Ben McLemore of Kansas, Trey Burke (front row C) of Michigan, Anthony Bennett of UNLV and Michael Carter-Williams of Syracuse. Mike Stobe/Getty Images hide caption

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Aaron Hernandez Tied To Second Murder Investigation

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Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will be held without bail on murder charges, a judge has confirmed. Here, Hernandez, left, stands with one his defense attorneys, Michael Fee, during his arraignment in Attleboro District Court Wednesday. Mike George/AP hide caption

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Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez Charged With Murder

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Aaron Hernandez was cut by the New England Patriots after he was arrested Wednesday. Hernandez faces first-degree murder charges in the death of Odin Lloyd, 27. Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images hide caption

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Let's Separate The Schoolin' From The Sports

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