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Afghan Cycling Federation Coach Faces Corruption Charges

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Former Indiana Basketball Coach Bobby Knight On Trump: 'Best Person For The Job'

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WWE chairman Vince McMahon (C) has his head shaved by Donald Trump (L) and Bobby Lashley (R) after losing a bet in the Battle of the Billionaires at the 2007 World Wrestling Entertainment's Wrestlemania in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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4 Ways Donald Trump's Pro Wrestling Experience Is Like His Campaign Today

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NFL Player Laremy Tunsil Loses Millions In Draft After Twitter Hack

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Commentary: The Sad Tale Of NFL Player Johnny Manziel

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Leicester City On The Verge Of An Improbable, Historic Title

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Even Though It's April, Sports Headlines Scream Football

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British Inquest Finds Police At Fault For Hillsborough Soccer Stadium Disaster

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Liverpool supporters were crushed against a barrier in 1989, in what became Britian's worst sports disaster. Some 96 fans died in the incident at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England. David Cannon/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Rio Games, Olympic Historian Says Terror Attacks Are A Concern

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