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Call it a new parenting philosophy: A father is attending NBA games with a sign aimed at shaming his son’s bad grades. He first showed up at the in Charlotte at the Cavaliers-Hornets game on Friday, brandishing this high-quality and extremely succinct sign for his son:

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Serena Williams doesn’t lose very often. So, it’s fair to say anytime someone gets the best of her on the tennis court, it’s newsworthy. And people were rightfully praising 20-year-old Naomi Osaka for her shocking upset during this past weekend’s U.S. Open.

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On Friday, August 24, French Open president Bernard Guidicelli proved he was completely out of touch by banning Serena Williams from wearing her catsuit in next year’s tournament. “One must respect the game and the place,” Guidicelli said.

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Surfer, New Mom, And Philanthropist Alana Blanchard Wants To Help Young Female Surfers Realize Their Dreams

The cost for young surfers to compete can be daunting without major sponsors and brands to help with travel and contest fees, so she created the Alana Blanchard Foundation.

With her cascading hair consistently bent into perfect beach waves, lithe frame, and ability to stylishly carve up and down the world’s best waves, Alana Blanchard looks every part the iconic surfer girl.

For most of her life, she has been just that, competing professionally on the World Surf League’s women’s championship tour until her departure in 2015. She has also crisscrossed the globe as a model and designer for major surf brand Rip Curl, although lately that travel comes with an extra special carry-on: her 6-month-old son, Banks, with partner and fellow surfer, Jack Freestone.

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‘Workers Cup’ Film Highlights The Complicated Preparations For The 2022 World Cup

In Qatar, workers balance their love of soccer with the burden of treacherous work conditions.

As the World Cup continues to capture the attention of people around the world, there’s another side of soccer that filmmaker Adam Sobel hopes to expose in his new documentary “The Workers Cup.”

The film explores the use of migrant labor workers from India, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Nepal, and Africa as they tirelessly work to build the 2022 World Cup Facilities in Qatar.

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When the issue of social justice protests in sports comes up, there are a few athletes that immediately come to mind: Colin Kaepernick, Malcolm Jenkins, LeBron James, Eric Reid, Steph Curry, and Marshawn Lynch.

But there’s mostly been a deafening silence from white athletes on issues which tend to directly affect people of color.

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