#InspireLSSports | Carolina’s Represent In Winning NCAA Mens And Women’s Basketball Championships

North Carolina’s Justin Jackson took a pass under the basket from teammate Theo Pinson and scored on a tough shot while drawing contact. After knocking down the free-throw for a critical three-point play, the Bulldogs’ Williams-Goss twisted his ankle and could not elevate for a jumper that would’ve given Gonzaga the lead right back.
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#BlackHistoryMonth | 7-Time Wimbledon Champion Serena Williams

Current women’s world ranked number one tennis superstar Serena Williams has attained virtually every major Grand Slam title with her God-given midas touch on court since her glowing emergence as a teenager in the mid-90s; Williams first professional event was in September 1995 as a 14 year old.

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#Powerwomen | The Rise of Female Wrestling

Those that watched the Elimination Chamber and also WWE Raw recently would have spotted that we have two new women’s champions in the shape of Bayley and Naomi. Naomi went up against Alexa Bliss in her home town of Orlando, Florida. As she stood in the ring after winning the title, she was greeted by a standing ovation and there we heard chants of ‘You deserve it’.
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#BlackHistoryMonth | NBA Superstar Stephen Curry

2015 NBA World Champions Golden State Warriors dominance seemingly continued in the NBA 2015-16 regular season, which prompted journalists and aficionados similarly to raise the question as to whether history could indeed be made for the Bay Area franchise.

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#InspireLSSports | Super Bowl LI – New England Patriots Rally To Stun Atlanta Falcons For 5th World Championship

It was a Super Bowl for the ages and a history-making night for the New England Patriots. Led by eventual Super Bowl 51 MVP Tom Brady, the Patriots fell behind early against the Atlanta Falcons, but staged a furious second half comeback, and clinched the franchise’s fifth World Championship.
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#BeInspired | Alexis Sánchez: Beyond The Glory

Arsenal and Chile‘s ever-dynamic hero Alexis Sánchez spent his less than dynamic formative years in the poor industrial town of Antofagasta, Chile raised by a devoted mother who tirelessly worked numerous jobs (cleaning jobs and selling fish) to essentially make ends meet to support her then eight-year-old son who dreamed night and day of one day becoming a professional soccer player; Alexis Sánchez subsequently joined Universidad Catolica the same year.

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#InspireLSSports | Graham Taylor: A Tribute

‘Watford’s Favourite Son Comes Home’

On 12th December 2016, the world of football was left in shock as it was announced that Graham Taylor had passed away. In a career spanning several decades, he managed the likes of Watford, England, Aston Villa, Lincoln City and Wolverhampton Wanderers. It was at Watford FC that he made the biggest impact as he took them from the then fourth division to the first division.

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#InspireLSSports | Angela Lee: Unstoppable

Reigning and defending undefeated ONE Championship Women’s Atomweight World Champion “Unstoppable” Angela Lee performs for the largest sports media property in Asian history – ONE Championship.

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