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Star Soccer Players Sport Some Sweet Rides

By June Liu on July 13, 2014
Star Soccer Players Sport Some Sweet Rides

A month ago, only avid soccer fans knew who Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar da Silva Santos Jr. were. However, thanks to the just ended FIFA World Cup, the trio have become household names, and rightfully so - After all, Messi was instrumental in getting Argentina to the finals, and Brazil's dismal performance against Germany and the Netherlands highlighted just how important Neymar is to the country's success in soccer. Though Ronaldo did not quite live up to the lofty expectations, he did score one of the two goals in Portugal's final game against Ghana and made a crucial assist in their match against the United States.

Psychic Crows Predict Argentina Will Win 2014 FIFA World Cup Final!

By Meera Dolasia on July 11, 2014
Psychic Crows Predict Argentina Will Win 2014 FIFA World Cup Final!

The fact that New Caledonian crows are smart is no secret. After all these birds that are endemic to the remote South Pacific Island of New Caledonia have been lauded for years, for their sophisticated tool use that not only rivals most birds, but also some of the most intelligent primates. But now it seems that they even possess psychic powers - For how else can you explain their accurate prediction of the semifinal results of the 2014 FIFA World Cup?

Artist Uses Dribbling Skills to Paint Soccer Stars

By Kavi Dolasia on June 29, 2014
Artist Uses Dribbling Skills to Paint Soccer Stars

Shanghai-based Hong Yi or 'Red' as she likes to call herself is known for her unusual and imaginative portraits. Her previous masterpieces include a sketch of Chinese film director Yimou Zhang created with 790 pairs of black, white and grey socks and one of basketball superstar Yao Ming painted with - you guessed it - a basketball! Popular Hollywood actor Jackie Chen was portrayed with chopsticks, while British singer/songwriter Adele's portrait was created with melted candles.

2014 World Cup Soccer Goes Hi-Tech

By June Liu on June 19, 2014
2014 World Cup Soccer Goes Hi-Tech

Soccer, or 'football' as it is referred to in most parts of the world, has been played for over 150 years. While the rules of the game have remained fairly constant since the sport was conceived, the technology on and off the field is becoming increasingly sophisticated.

13-Year-Old Indian Girl Becomes The Youngest Female To Conquer The Everest!

By Meera Dolasia on June 14, 2014
13-Year-Old Indian Girl Becomes The Youngest Female To Conquer The Everest!

On Sunday, May 25th, 2014, India's Malavath Poorna, became the youngest female to climb to the summit of the world's highest peak - Mount Everest. The 13-year-old girl handily surpassed the previous record holder - Nepal's Nima Chemji Sherpa, who accomplished same feat in 2012, at the age of 16.

San Francisco's Wacky Bay To Breakers Race Never Fails To Entertain!

By Meera Dolasia on May 21, 2014
San Francisco's Wacky Bay To Breakers Race Never Fails To Entertain!

The beautiful Northern Californian city of San Francisco is known for many fun events. However, none are as wacky or as popular as the Bay to Breakers, a 12K (7.45 mile) road race that spans across the city. Started in 1912, as a way to bring some cheer to residents who were still recovering from the devastating 1906 earthquake, it is the oldest consecutively run annual footrace in the world.

Miss Winter? You May Want To Try Snowshoe Baseball

By Meera Dolasia on March 28, 2014
Miss Winter? You May Want To Try Snowshoe Baseball

For winter buffs, the onset of spring means that their days of frolicking in the white powder are drawing to a close. However, before you tuck away that winter gear, here is an idea - How about some snowshoe baseball? Sounds a little crazy? Don't tell that to the residents of Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin. They have been playing it since 1961!

Teenage Track Star With Multiple Sclerosis Defies All Odds

By June Liu on March 17, 2014
Teenage Track Star With Multiple Sclerosis Defies All Odds

Most athletes and trainers believe that one has to be in optimal health to perform well. But don't tell that to Kayla Montgomery. The senior at Mount Tabor High School in North Carolina, who competes in long-distance track and cross country running has repeatedly proved that sheer determination and desire to win, more than make up for any physical limitations.

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