The highly anticipated Louis Vuitton America's Cup World Series (ACWS) will be returning to the shores of Portsmouth in Hampshire, England, featuring the world's best sailors in high-speed race action. The prestigious sailing event has already started attracting thousands of spectators, including The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as, The Duke of Edinburg, Prince Philip.
The Christian Post reported earlier that ACWS will be held in Portsmouth for the second time on July 21-24. The elite sailing competition is part of the racing circuit held in several parts of the world. The series kicked off at Portsmouth in 2015 and will be culminating in Bermuda next year.
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Jeremy Lin signed a three-year $36-million contract with Brooklyn Nets early this month, drawing varying reactions from fans and sports analysts. While some are excited about the big move for the 27-year-old point guard, others think that the NBA star is underpaid with his deal with the Nets.
Lin Preps For The Next Season
Days after he inked an agreement with the Nets, Lin has been sharing to the world through his social media accounts that he is happy and satisfied with his decision. Recently, he hinted on his Snapchat that he started his preparations for the 2016-17 NBA season. "That is quite nice with the view," Lin told his Snapchat followers while showing the HSS Training Center. more >>
The 2016 NBA free agency started more than two weeks ago and it has been filled with surprises and disappointments. Within the short period of time, almost 100 contract agreements have been finalized. Now that it has slowly trickled down, sports analysts are already pointing out the names of NBA free agents who emerged as winners, losers.
Some NBA stars got what they truly deserved while other free agents seemed to be underpaid with their new contracts. Moreover, a lot has been expected to those NBA stars who are about to receive massive paydays during the 2016-2017 NBA season and they must be pressured by now. Here are the three NBA stars with the most to prove in the next season.
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San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich would pass up the opportunity to dine with Jesus Christ to share a meal with now retired NBA center Tim Duncan.
"Everybody always talks about who they'd like to eat dinner with, if you had one night and could go to dinner, go to lunch with so-and-so, who would you like to do it with? People say Mother Teresa and Jesus and the Dalai Lama. OK, I get it," the Spurs coach told the press. "I can honestly tell you, my dinner would be with Timmy."
After spending 19 years in the NBA, Duncan officially retired Monday after spending his entire career with the Spurs. Duncan managed to earn five NBA championship rings with Popovich and leave an impression on his coach who went on to explain why he would choose to eat with the basketball star over Jesus. more >>
Tim Tebow doesn't typically address rumors, but after he returned home from a trip to the Philippines to learn The New York Times was reporting that he was slated to speak at the Republican National Convention, he decided to quash the claims.
"I wake up this morning to find out I'm speaking at the Republican National Convention," Tebow said in a video posted on Instagram. "It's amazing how fast rumors fly. And that's exactly what this is: a rumor."
The college football champion who heads the Tim Tebow Foundation had just returned to the United States after helping children in the Philippines. more >>
The patriotic song "God Bless America" has been a staple at countless baseball games across the nation. Now some are questioning whether or not Major League Baseball should bench the tried and true melody for good.
Talk of stopping the 1918 chorus from being performed during the seventh inning stretch because it might offend those who do not believe in God, was bandied about on "The View" this week and co-host Candace Cameron Bure, a devout Christian, defended the song and its celebration of faith in God.
Bure challenged panelist Raven Symone saying, "Why y'all have to take God out of everything. You know — a little tradition, a little patriotism. God blessing America. It's a pretty good thing, especially in times that we're having now." more >>