Jerry Reinsdorf leads 120 Sports: new site launching soon


Oprah isn’t using Harpo Studios on the west side of Chicago anymore. However 120 Sports will, and soon. 120 Sports is a web only sports network launching this spring that will have a lot of juice behind it. There’s a lot of money and juice behind 120 Sports, most notably, the Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf.

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Top Games in the UK where your Skills Get Put to the Test


If you like the idea of a physical challenge as well as the chance to pit your wits against an opponent using a combination of skill, strategic thinking and not to mention the chance to shoot them when you get the chance, then you are spoilt for choice when it comes to paintballing and Airsoft venues in the UK .

Here is a look at some of the top games that you can take part in, so get your BB guns and paintball guns ready and seek out some of these extreme challenges.

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From Player to Injured: Deciphering UK Personal Injury Law for Athletes

As an athlete, you take great pride in your body and do everything you can to keep it in the best possible shape. You don’t trust it to just anyone. And it’s this trust that makes clinical negligence and personal injury at the hands of the NHS so frustrating. Nurses aren’t harming patients on purpose, but that knowledge only leaves patients wondering how and why it happened.

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Horse Racing Australia: Five Factors That Affect the Odds


Betting on horse races is fun and exciting. Now that punters have the option of betting online, more new fans are joining in every day. But betting on a horse race is very different from putting your money in a slot machine. That’s because betting successfully on horse races has little to do with luck and a lot to do with your understanding of the factors that affect the race outcome. Here are five important factors to get you started.

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How Little League Coaches can bring new skills to their young players off the field

Coaching Little League can be a challenge at times, but it’s also incredibly rewarding. Children can overcome all sorts of problems by getting involved in sport, and a good coach can change their lives for the better. As well as the benefits of physical exercise, involvement in Little League can give children better confidence, increased self-esteem and improved teamwork skills.

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3 Ways to Show Your Support for the Triathlete in Your Life

Everyone loves an athlete – especially a triathlete. The running, the swimming, the biking. It’s like they are a real-life superhero. But what do you get a superhero for their birthday? Christmas? Some other special occasion? You need the perfect gift. Fortunately, it’s not as difficult as you might think.

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Eyes Wide Open: Risks While Swimming Underwater


Most interactions with the world demand eye-related vigilance, but leisurely or competitive swimming is an exception.  Swimmers rely on the sense of touch while taking brief glimpses of above and underwater surroundings.  While maintaining vision is impractical while swimming, it’s a risk to ocular health.

Pool chemicals and water pressure harms contacts and eyes.  Swimmers rely on a sense of touch to compensate for vision as well as wear goggles for improved vision.  Protect your eyes by minding the following information.

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Oregon Ducks De’Anthony Thomas ALWAYS Tweets in ALL CAPS! HE’S YELLING


Every De’Anthony Thomas tweet is in ALL CAPS! EVERY SINGLE ONE!

THAT CONVEYS THAT HE”S SHOUTING! Looking through his Twitter timeline I see he’s setting a trend with this too. There’s a hashtag #ALLCAPSMOVEMENT


Oregon running back De’Anthony Thomas is a burner, and a bonafide NFL Draft prospect. The South Central Los Angeles product has unreal speed. He looked incredible in the 2012 Rose Bowl in his home city.

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The Bookies’ Favourites for the 2013 AFL Premiership

Eight squads will duke it out for the coveted 2013 AFL Premiership. For bookies, however, only three teams—Hawthorn, Geelong, and Sydney—have a real shot at glory. These are the same clubs who have captured five of the last six flags. Hawthorn won in 2008; Geelong in 2007, 2009, and 2011; and the Sydney Swans are the defending premiers. And because only the top four clubs have won the ultimate prize since the current finals system has been implemented in 2000, the bookies’ assessment will likely prove to be spot-on.

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Chicago Blackhawks Convention Day 1 Recap

Stu Grimson

The Chicago Blackhawks embarked on their sixth annual fan convention July 26, and more than a few fans showed up.

I did what any self-respecting person would do and pay more than their fair share of money to attend the convention. I showed up with a couple of friends, went through the painfully long check-in line, and cringed at the length of the line for opening ceremonies at 12:30 p.m. The main event Friday would start at 5 p.m.

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Manchester United fans – be careful what you wish for?!


This Manchester United article comes from Sports Bank guest contributor Robbie Dunne.

Whilst scanning twitter for transfer speculation in the hopes that you see a superstar linked with your club, the things people generally only see are a name, a price tag and the likelihood of a move. We don’t tend to get into the intricities of a transfer like where the incoming player will play, how he will affect the dynamic of the team and sometimes more importantly, who will be moved in order to accommodate the arrival of your new hero.

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Atlantic City Diamond Roulette

Roulette has been a classic game featuring red and black numbers with the zero and double zero in green. A new variation of roulette debuted in Atlantic City in November of 2008. The game plays in the very same fashion as the original, only there are more colors – including the standard red, black and green but also blue, yellow and purple. There are six numbers per color.

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