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Four Women Getting Behind The Wheel At Indy 500

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A Look At The U.S. World Cup Team

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New York's Super Bowl Is New Jersey's Triumph

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Traditional South African dancers blow vuvuzelas (plastic trumpets) during a street party for the World Cup in South Africa. Themba Hadebe/AP hide caption

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World Cup Warmup Match: Czech Republic Beats U.S.

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Sports Fan's Dilemma: Trusting An Athlete Today

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Chicago Cubs' Owner Wants To Reverse History

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