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Carlton player Eddie Betts speaks of how racism "hurts" him and his family in the 'Making Their Mark' trailer.
"I don’t like him at all, so it’s fun."
The tennis champ wore a one-legged catsuit inspired by late athlete, Flo Jo.
Jannik Sinner didn't let a gruelling first-round match against Denis Shapovalov stop him from tending to what an announcer said was a moth.
Crowds of 30,000 are expected to attend daily over the next two weeks.
Her reading was dedicated to three pandemic heroes: educator Trimaine Davis, nurse Suzie Dorner and Marine veteran James Martin.
The Serbian tennis player has hit back after the Aussie labelled him a "tool" last month.
Despite authorities approving the tennis tournament to go ahead, some locals fear a lockdown is looming.
Klete Keller won two gold medals as part of Team USA. He appeared to be in videos of the insurrection inside the Capitol.
"I’ve made the conscious choice to avoid going to Australia vs India cricket matches for the last few years."
On Sunday, Siraj approached the umpire pointing towards the stands and the match was paused as police ejected six fans from the ground.
Some have been unclear about whether the the cricket ban also applies to people living in the Northern Beaches.
Melbourne's Amritha Shakti sang India's national anthem at the Boxing Day match after being discovered on Instagram.
Romain Grosjean appeared to emerge with minor burns after his car crashed and burst into flames during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Pro golfer Jon Rahm skipped a ball across a pond, onto the green, and into the hole during a Masters practice round.
“I think breasts are the most beautiful things in the world — we literally feed our children with them,” the basketball player told HuffPost.
The franchise-wide protest comes in response to the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, which has resulted in days of unrest in Wisconsin.
Wallace is the only Black driver in the sport's top level and called for the Confederate flag to be banned from races earlier this month.