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Photos: Ceremonial First Pitches at Dodger Stadium
07/16/2019 2:23pm

From the adorable Kershaw siblings to a determined looking Danny Trejo and the family of Jackie Robinson, we have a collection of some of the best ceremonial first pitches at Dodger Stadium. Photo Credit: Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Tokyo Olympics Bring New Sports and Changes to Previous Events
07/15/2019 7:06pm

The 2020 Olympic Games are almost a year away. Heres what you can expect to see at the Tokyo games next year.

Coco Gauff Leaps in Rankings Following Wimbledon Breakout
07/15/2019 1:16pm

Fifteen-year-old Coco Gauff has moved inside the top 150 of the womens singles rankings after headlining the 2019 Championships Wimbledon with her dream debut run to the fourth round.The youngest player to reach the second week of Wimbledon in 28 years, Gauff captured the worlds attention with her first round win over Venus Williams. She backed up the straight sets win over her idol with victories against 2017 semifinalist Magdalena Rybarikova and Polona Hercog. Now, the Delray Beach native sits inside the top 150 at No. 141, up from No. 313. Game of Thrones Earns Record-Breaking 32 Emmy Nods A number of other Americans posted breakout performances.Her first time in the second week of Wimbledon since 2013, Alison Riske moves to No. 37 after notable wins No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, Belinda Bencic and Donna Vekic. The 29-year-old lost to compatriot Williams in the quarterfinal and becomes the first player in the Open Era to play five three set matches in the first five rounds. Meek Mill Lawyers: Case Could Crumble if New Trial Granted Lauren Davis was another surprise of the tournament, having saved a match point in the first round of qualifying and later losing in the third round of qualifying to Kristie Ahn. A week later, she became the first lucky loser, a player who earns entry to a main draw when another player withdraws, to defeat a Grand Slam defending champion when she upset Angelique Kerber in the second round. The Ohio native moves up 24 spots to No.71 in the world.American Sam Querrey, who advanced to his third Wimbledon quarterfinal in four years, upset then-No.5 Dominic Thiem in the first round. The last American man standing in the mens singles draw, his run at the Championships ended with a straight sets quarterfinal loss to Nadal. Austin Butler to Star as Elvis in Baz Luhrmann-Helmed Biopic Five-time Wimbledon champion Djokovic remains the top player in the world. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer sit at No.2 and No.3, respectively, with just 485 points separating the pair.After hoisting her first Wimbledon trophy, Halep moves back inside of the top five to No.4, while Serena Williams shifts up to No.9, her highest ranking since going on maternity leave.See the complete list of the mens and womenssinglesrankings.Photo Credit: TPN/Getty Images

Boxing Champ Pernell 'Sweet Pea' Whitaker Dead at 55
07/15/2019 10:54am

Pernell Sweet Pea Whitaker was fatally struck by a truck in Virginia Beach on Sunday night. The four-time champion boxer and Olympics gold medalist was 55.

Boxing Champ Pernell 'Sweet Pea' Whitaker Dead at 55
07/15/2019 10:59am

Pernell Sweet Pea Whitaker, the retired boxing champ who held world titles at four weight classes, was killed Sunday after being hit by a car.Whitaker, 55, was crossing the intersection of Northampton Boulevard and Baker Road in Virginia Beach shortly after 10 p.m. when he was fatally struck by a pickup truck, police said. House Condemns Trumps Racist Tweets Among his many professional accomplishments Whitaker was a four-time world boxing champion winning titles at the lightweight, light welterweight, welterweight and light middleweight. Whitaker won Olympic gold in 1984 and professional belts in four weight classes. His career pro record was 40-4-1.In 1989, Ring magazine and the Boxing Writers Association of America named Whitaker the fighter of the year. Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Dies He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2007.

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