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Cheer is a Netflix docuseries focusing on the Navarro College cheer squad. When you first hear the title “Cheer”, you picture pom-poms and “Rah Rah Rah”, but this squad is a far cry from that, as their athletic levels are through the roof as they push their energy, bodies, and talents to their absolute limits. …

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Spinning Out is the first Netflix Original Drama TV Show of the year, and it sets the year up for an emotional roller coaster of Original content from the online streamers. Kat Baker (Kaya Scodelario (Skins)) is a figure skater, who the last time she was on the big stage took a fall, cracking her …

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Olympic Stadium in Montreal. Home of the 1976 Olympics, the former home of the Montreal Expos, the current home of some Blue Jays preseason games, and host to many events including the CFL, 2015 Women’s World Cup, and future proposed site of the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The Olympic pool and gym is still in …

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The Lake Placid Olympic Center is at the heart of Lake Placid NY, and is one of the more historic sites in Team USA lore. The building is home to the ice rink from the¬†Miracle on Ice when the US Men’s Hockey Team defeated the Soviets in one of the greatest upsets in sports history. …

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The Lake Placid Olympic Sports Complex, located at Mount Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid NY, was the home for a large part of the 1980 Winter Olympics. Lake Placid was the only bid for the Olympic games, and from the top of the Olympic Sports Complex (OSC) you can see all the sites for the …

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The biggest threat that faces NBC every other year during the Olympics is: Spoilers. And with social media abuzz at every medal and record breaking attempt, it makes it hard for NBC to get people in front of their TVs for their primetime coverage. But PyeongChang 2018 is going to even the playing field for …

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Here are what I consider the top sports moments of 2016: 8. College Basketball UCONN Women win Fourth Straight The dominance was there for the UCONN women, as they took their fourth straight title as their outgoing graduates carried the torch. Meanwhile on the Men’s side Villanova used every second of the game to beat …

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The Rio 2016 Olympics officially kick off tomorrow, but we all know that yesterday was the real beginning, as the women’s soccer competition¬†got under way, with the men starting today. With a little help from Sports Illustrated, here is a list of the thing you should try to keep an eye on each day of …

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