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Just in case there wasn't already enough coolness streaming across television screens this weekend (NBA All-Star Weekend, 2010 Winter Olympics), Nike has decided to make all of our viewing choices even more complicated with a new commercial. It's not supposed to air until tonight... but this is the internet age! Who waits to see commercials on TV nowadays?
This one's called Human Chain, and is meant to showcase the determination and drive that can be found in all great athletes, regardless of sport.More »
Tom Watson, a 59-year-old, came within an eight-foot putt of winning the British Open Sunday, which got me thinking…
What other old-timers might be up for making professional comebacks?More »
Except for betting my life, I would have wagered anything that Tiger Woods would make the cut at this week’s British Open.
Then again, I’m pretty sure I would have done the same thing if you were to tell me 59-year-old Tom Watson would be the tournament’s co-leader (-5) after 36 holes.
This means one of two things: either I know very little (quite possible), or the 2009 British Open has some of the most shocking storylines in major history.
In case you missed it, Woods shot a disappointing 71 on Thursday, only to follow it with a hideous 74, including a five-hole stretched he played +7, to miss the cut by a stroke. Watson, a five-time British Open champion but long past his prime, opened with a blistering 65 followed by a rock-solid 70 that featured one long drained putt after another.
So which feat is more unbelievable?More »
It’s hard to motivate yourself to get out of bed when it’s 5:30 in the morning and the weatherman has called for rain all day.
Luckily, I had a little adrenaline flowing through my veins to give me the extra push I needed this past Sunday morning: a ticket to the 2009 U.S. Open Championship!More »