McCrory, Boudia snap diving drought
LONDON -- The essence of sport, the reason it is so endlessly compelling, is that someone wins and someone loses. Well, except at the 2002 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
This isn't a big deal during a regular season when you play up to 162 games and the reaction to victory or defeat is virtually the same: Say a couple clichés to the media, fill up on the postgame spread and then come back for the next day's game. The stakes are heightened and the disparity between winning ...
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