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Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali Well, Not Dying

Rope-a-dope was a tactic created by legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, where he would literally allow his opponent to beat him to a pulp.

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Racist Israeli Soccer Fans Protest Muslim Players

Fans of Israel’s premier soccer club, Beitar Jerusalem, want nothing to do with Muslim players.

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Knicks Star Guard Carmelo Anthony Fasts for Clarity

After snapping a three-game losing streak with a win over the Hornets, New York Knicks’ star guard Carmelo Anthony revealed in an interview that he had been fasting for 15 days.

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King Khan Silences Critics, Molina’s Perfect Streak

Carlos Molina’s undefeated reign ends at the hands of Amir Khan, in his first bout under new trainer, Virgil Hunter.

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Amir Khan Dominates Carlos Molina Puts Career Back on Track

Amir Khan is back in the winning column after a dominating performance over the game but out-gunned Carlos Molina in Los Angeles.

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Career of Amir Khan Hangs By His Chin

Coming out of the 2004 Athens Olympics British Boxing fans had found a good-looking, exciting and charismatic young star in Amir Khan.

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Amir Khan Keeping Things at Bay

Amir Khan has been a quite talked about man in the past few weeks. He’s gotten heavy criticism for parting ways with his former trainer, Freddie Roach, and it was even rumored he was spotted partying in Spain with other women.

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Pakistani and Indian Athletes Build Bridges Through Soccer

In September, the State Department hosted 20 athlete ambassadors from India and Pakistan through its exchange program called Sports United. Sports United encompasses fair play principles to build bridges to empower youth.

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Gaza Parkour Take to the Streets

Palestinian youth practice “parkour” skills in Khan Younis refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip

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Muslim Olympians Exempted from Ramadan Fasting

Islamic scholars decree that Muslims athletes participating in the Olympic games are exempted from fasting.