• NASCAR falls flat in follow-up to Daytona 500

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — NASCAR did not have its finest weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway, where the follow-up to the Daytona 500 began with the theft of a race car and a parked SUV rolling into Denny Hamlin's motorhome.

    Associated Press
  • The Basics: Modern Motorcycle Suspension

    In it's simplest design, suspension was not invented (on motorcycles or cars) for the purpose of comfort, but more for the purpose of safety. A mutual problem between all the big-named competitors—that is always improved, but never fully solved—is keeping

    RideApart.com
  • 2015 Forbes' Billionaires Sports List

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is listed as the world's 35th wealthiest billionaire for 2015, according to a list released Monday by Forbes Magazine. Michael Jordan, owner of the Charlotte Hornets, was a newcomer on the list. The magazine reported there are a record 1,826…

    The Associated Press
  • Ice slows business, traffic on Northeast, Midwest waterways

    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Waterways around the Northeast and the Midwest are beset by ice more than a foot thick in some places, making life miserable for people who make their living on the water.

    Associated Press
  • Report: UNC exploited grad school admissions to gain eligibility

    Student-athletes who were not qualified for graduate school were admitted in order to receive an extra season of athletic eligibility.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Husband and Wife Fighting Cancer Get Dream Vacation

    In a few weeks, Chett Birr will drive his parents, Beth and Gary Birr, to a resort in Kissimmee, Florida, for a seven-day vacation. "They never really took the time or money" to go on vacation before, Chett Birr, 23, told ABC News. In 2009, Chett Birr was on the Coleman, Wisconsin, wrestling team…

    Good Morning America
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    Red Bull Jump and Freeze (14 photos)

    Sometimes skiers and snowboarders can take themselves just a little bit too seriously. Well, not here they don't – it’s against the rules. First you dress up in the most creative costume you can find, or you make yourself a crazy little vehicle. Then you slide down the slope as fast as you can and…

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  • Del Potro sees comeback by late March

    By Rex Gowar BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Former world number four Juan Martin Del Potro, having drawn confidence from his brief Sydney return in January, said on Monday he was confident of a full comeback “very soon”. If my hand responds well, I’ll come back as soon as possible but that depends…

    Reuters
  • Jeff Gordon sounds off on unprotected wall in Atlanta

    NASCAR America: During the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, Jeff Gordon was involved in a multi-car accident and slammed into an unprotected wall. After the race, Gordon let out his frustration about the exposed wall.

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  • Lindsey Vonn criticizes FIS after racing in fog in Bulgaria

    BANKSO, Bulgaria (AP) — Lindsey Vonn criticized the International Ski Federation Monday for allowing skiers to race in foggy conditions in Bulgaria.

    Associated Press
  • At 27-3, Florida State looking like postseason threat

    The seats at Florida State's home arena are now the same color, no longer the hideous palette that made Sue Semrau cringe for 17 years. When the NCAA tournament starts later this month, usual suspects like Connecticut, Notre Dame, Baylor and Tennessee will surely be picked to go deep on most…

    The Associated Press
  • Skydiver Rescued in Mid-Air After Suffering Seizure

    The tense moments when a skydiver fell unconscious in mid-air were all caught on camera.The skydiver, 22-year-old Christopher Jones, was doing a routine training dive to become a skydive instructor when he jumped from a plane 12,000 feet over Western Australia.At 9,000 feet, Jones suddenly fell…

    Good Morning America
  • Adam Levine’s Very Own Blind Audition

    Coach Adam Levine took the stage on “The Voice” and sang Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” to learn what contestant go through during the Blind Auditions. His signature falsetto scored him a 3-chair turn, leaving him to choose which team to join.

    TV In No Time
  • Tennis - WTA Tour singles standings

    March 2 (Infostrada Sports) - Standings from the WTA Tour singles Points 1 (1) Serena Williams(U.S.) 9592 2 (2) Maria Sharapova(Russia) 8215 3 (3) Simona Halep(Romania) 6571 4 (4) Petra Kvitova(Czech Republic) 6395 5 (5) Caroline Wozniacki(Denmark) 4730 6 (6) Ana Ivanovic(Serbia) 4425 7 (7) Eugenie…

    Reuters
  • Anderson Silva Will Reportedly Admit to ‘Therapeutic' PEDs Use

    The Ultimate Fighting Championship is reporting on its website that former middleweight champion Anderson Silva will admit to having used “several performance enhancing substances” in order to aid in his recovery from a severely broken leg. The UFC report cites Brazilian media outlet UOL as its…

    MMA Weekly
  • Ravens cut cornerback Hampton after arrest for drunken driving

    (Reuters) - The Baltimore Ravens on Monday cut Victor Hampton after the cornerback was charged over the weekend in North Carolina with drunken driving. Hampton, 22, was stopped by police on Saturday in Charlotte driving 100 miles per hour (160 kph) in a 55 mph (89 kph) zone on Interstate 77, police…

    Reuters
  • Toews leads the way as Blackhawks cruise past Hurricanes

    Even after making big investments for reinforcements, the Chicago Blackhawks likely still feel a little shaken up without Patrick Kane … but hey, they still have a healthy Jonathan Toews.

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