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The story of Duke's +NCAA Men's Basketball March Madness Championship #Design  
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U.S. Women’s Open champ Michelle Wie happily returns to Bay Area Wie has been in the public eye pretty much forever — since age 10, so more than half her life — but she soared into an entirely new realm in the golf galaxy last year. Just as important, one of Wie’s victories came at the U.S. Women’s Open in Pinehurst, N.C. It was a transcendent moment for women’s golf, in many ways, with the game’s biggest name winning on the biggest stage. Chr...
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+Tiger Woods feeling good at #TheMasters  
Tiger Woods says his release pattern is fixed. Do you believe him? Take a look at this full interview on the range at Augusta National.
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Congrats to +Duke Basketball on reaching the Final Four - #MarchMadness  
Again Sunday in the NCAA South Region final, Duke shows that if one star isn't clicking, others will.
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Good read on +USA Basketball and +Duke Basketball:
Krzyzewski is also calling because he wants to share his fifth NCAA title with Jerry Colangelo, the Valley icon that asked Coach K to lead his Olympic movement 10 years ago.
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Great job by +Scott Dixon to get the win at Long Beach this past weekend - his 36th overall #Indycar win.
Following two frustrating races, the third time proved to be the charm, putting him in fifth place on win list
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Good read on +Scott Dixon - #IndyCar  
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Congrats to +Duke Basketball on winning +NCAA Men's Basketball March Madness Title #5!
The Duke Blue Devils overcame a nine-point second-half deficit to win their fifth NCAA Men's Basketball Title, defeating the Wisconsin Badgers.
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+Tiger Woods still undecided on #TheMasters  
Tiger Woods played an 18-hole practice round at Augusta National on Tuesday, but his status for next week's Masters remains undecided.
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#Indycar  season starts today:
Graham Rahal won the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in 2008. He was 19 years old. Seven years later, he's still searching for win No. 2.
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