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Updated: 10th November 2019 01:01Sports


Recent allegations by former track star Mary Cain triggered an avalanche of stories about others' experiences.
The once-promising star athlete detailed horrifying weight-loss demands at Nike's now-defunct Oregon Project.
Videos on Twitter show that felines are fans of the black cat’s antics in the viral MetLife Stadium video. Dogs, however, are not.
The rogue feline ran onto the MetLife Stadium field as the New York Giants played the Dallas Cowboys.

Celebrities from all walks of life saved the day after none of Kade Foster's friends showed up to his 11th birthday party.
Kamworor won his second title in three years while Jepkosgei dethroned four-time champion Mary Keitany during her marathon debut.
"I just can't do it," said the World Series-winning pitcher, citing the president's "divisive rhetoric and the enabling of conspiracy theories."
Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves made the surrender gesture while gripped by the 76ers' Ben Simmons after a brawl involving Joel Embiid.
The local TV segment went awry when a sports fan shared his true feelings about President Trump.
The Washington Nationals are World Series champions for the first time in franchise history.
The Los Angeles Chargers running back put together the "total mind and body workout."
The 2019 Masters champion continues his career resurrection in Japan.
The Houston Rockets star was taking out some frustrations on the basketball. It didn't go well.
Barkley called out "holier than thou" politicians for hypocrisy on China.
The MLB was investigating Brandon Taubman for allegedly taunting female journalists about a player who sat out 75 games over domestic violence claims.
The World Cup champion co-captain and her MLS-playing husband wrote they are "already in love and we haven't even met her."
The Olympic gymnast put her own twist on the ceremonial first pitch for Game 2 of the World Series.
Longtime umpire Rob Drake has since deleted his Twitter account.
Houston assistant general manager Brandon Taubman has apologized for using language that was “unprofessional and inappropriate” in the Houston clubhouse.
The young fan's bait-and-switch move at the Lakers-Clippers game was genius as demonstrators had their say amid NBA tensions with China over free speech.