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WORLD CUP 2010
World Cup 2014 -- USA Ties Portugal 2-2: What Would Paul Have Done?
Dorian de Wind
Retired U.S. Air Force officer and writer
Paul was an English-born octopus who led a relatively sedate aquatic life in an aquarium in Oberhausen, Germany, until he became an instant worldwide celebrity when he started correctly and consecutively predicting the outcome of all of Germany's 2010 World Cup matches.
Study Finds Increase In Domestic Violence Following Major Sporting Events
Human Rights Group Denounces Qatari Exploitation of World Cup Workers
Senior fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Foreign labor accounts for more than 90 percent of Qatar's workforce in a country with the highest percentage of migrants to citizens in the world.
Women's World Cup, Title IX And What It Means For Girls
Executive Director, Women Ecommerce Execs
Let's celebrate the women who fought for Title IX, the men who passed the legislation, the girls who thought "Hey, that looks like fun!", the parents who drove them to practice and the US women's soccer team.
Search Is On For New Psychic Octopus
The State of the Game
Whilst it may be slightly preemptive of me to jot the obituary of the 2010/2011 soccer season before it's even reached its climax, I couldn't resist.
PHOTOS: Paul The Octopus Gets 6-Foot Memorial
David Beckham Willing to Risk Reputation and Tendons Once Again
Author, 'Single-Digit Soccer'
Criticizing David Beckham is a matter fraught with peril. Even when Beckham and his camp aren't seeing reality.
Best Sports Moments Of 2010 (PHOTOS)
What 2022 Means to Qatar
Lecturer in Film Production, Northwestern University in Qatar
Winning this bid means far more to Qatar than it ever could to the States. For this tiny country, it is a matter of national identity.
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Is Yingli the Next Solar Superpower?
Chief Sustainability Officer, SCGH.com
Nigel de Jong Omission: Let's Kick Brutal Tackles Out of Soccer
Alper Tolga Erol
Attorney at law
It really might have been just a clumsy tackle, but when you remember the midfielder's other infamous tackle in the last World Cup final, you're going to find out that it's getting harder to believe in his innocence.
Famous World Cup Fan Lands Surprising New Job (PHOTOS)
World Cup Star Cut After ANOTHER Vicious Tackle
Enrique Iglesias Does Naked Water Ski For World Cup Bet
Enrique Iglesias Needs 'Brazilian Wax' To Fulfill Naked Water Skiing Pledge
Famous French Striker Scorns France's World Cup Federation
PHOTO: Famous World Cup Fan Strips Down For Playboy
The World Cup's 10 Most Reprehensible Acts
US Soccer Chooses Stability Over Change in Keeping Bob Bradley
Editor, Association Football
This is a safe, solid choice. We know the US will be competitive and will make the World Cup. We know that the team will fight and play with spirit. But we don't know if we will actually be any better.
World Cup Internet Traffic During USA vs. Algeria Match
England's World Cup Jerseys Stained By Sewage Leak
Hosting The World Cup: Why South Africa Might Not Be Benefiting From It After All
Officials Deny Reports Of USA Soccer Coach's Resignation
Vuvuzela Ban Could Come To World Cup
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