Christopher Lemaitre is a 20-year-old sprinter you’ve probably never heard of. He ran a 9.98 in the 100 meter dash at the French National Championships last month, which set a record, and prompted online chatter about Lemaitre being the first white man to break the 10-second barrier. (His 9.98 bested times of Asafa Powell and Tyson Gay when they were 20.) Naturally, race has become a bigger issue than Lemaitre’s time: “Talking about white sprinters, I find this absurd … This story is too much, I don’t like it,” he said. [Guardian]
Those are fighting hashtags.
Calvin Pryor wants Ryan Tannehill to know he’s not on the practice squad.
It’s all about effort.
Drew Brees' High Cap Number, RG3 and Colin Kaepernick Moves Highlight a 2016 Offseason Potentially Full of QB Drama
The 2016 offseason is shaping up to be a wild one on the QB carousel. There’s always some turnover at the position, but a confluence (…)
Doesn’t appear that they did.
Kobe Bryant published a poem in The Players Tribune that seemed to indicate in these stanzas that this season will be his last: You gave (…)
No foul called on the play.