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The story of Duke's +NCAA Men's Basketball March Madness Championship #Design  
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Over this past weekend at Pocono Raceway, I was part of a unique Verizon IndyCar journalist immersion program. Ganassi Racing, owned by veteran Chip Ganassi, is the blue-chip team I was assigned to. It had four contenders in the Aug. 23 race: Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan – both Indianapolis [...]
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Kimball connected to car in monitoring diabetes
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+Danica Patrick signs new +NASCAR sponsorship with +Nature's Bakery:
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Good read on #Indycar 's Graham Rahal:
Rahal carries 'never-say-die attitude' home
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Tennis Now is the No. 1 source for the latest tennis news, blogs, forum discussions, and social networking. Join our community to meet, stay in touch, and interact with tennis players, coaches, and enthusiasts in your area.
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Andre and Pete back on the #tennis  court together in NYC for +Nike: 
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Notes: Lt. Governor gets fast pass with Andretti
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Good read on +Marquette University  #Basketball  and Coach Wojo's 2nd year at the helm:
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+Danica Patrick doing #Yoga !
Danica Patrick takes her always-inspiring yoga act to her parents' basement. Sit back and see it for yourself.
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Good first person account by Charlie Kimball on driving an #Indycar  with #diabetes .
When you get diagnosed with diabetes, you have a choice. You can let it control you and limit you and take over your body, or you can take control of it.
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