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Olympic-winning hockey coach Danny Kerry could quit the sport after Tokyo Games

Kerry pictured in July 2008. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
Kerry pictured in July 2008. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Danny Kerry, regarded as one of Great Britain’s most successful coaches, has said he could leave hockey following the delayed Tokyo Olympics.

Kerry famously coached Great Britain women to gold at the 2016 Olympics in one of the standout moments of the Rio Games – and is now set to attempt a unique Olympic double with GB men in Tokyo after quitting the women’s role in 2018. But his hockey future beyond next summer is uncertain.

Kerry says he has had discussions with Eton College, which earlier this year advertised for a new director of sport.

Kerry told Yahoo UK: “As is the case toward the end of an Olympic cycle I, like others in roles similar to mine, have been approached about opportunities. The role at Eton College is one of the opportunities that have been presented to me

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Insane four-sport championship bet could pay out $165K if Sixers reach NBA title

With pro sports set to return in July, the U.S.’s burgeoning sports betting industry can only hope fans return to placing bets as often as they did in early 2020.

If one very bold fan is any indication, the industry is still going to see the kind of devil-may-care attitudes that make sports betting fun for so many. 

Nick Swart, a sports fan with a dream, decided to bet on not just one, but all four (!) major North American sports leagues’ championships, placing a truly eye-watering gamble on FanDuel that hinges on the 76ers, of all teams, reaching the title.

It’s a long (long, long, long) shot… and yet I kind of like the picks.

Here’s a look at the monumental wager:

That’s a lot of money, and the outcomes don’t seem too crazy.

Let’s go one by one real quick.

MLB: Yankees

It’s hard to fault this bet.

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1965 Chevy Corvette Grand Sport Tribute Packs A Can-Am Racing Engine

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Two of the most dominating racecars of the 1960s are exhibited in this Corvette tribute.

The Grand Sport Corvette and McLaren M8 Can-Am are two of the most dominating and iconic racecars of the ’60s, and this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Tribute being sold through Corvette Mike Midwest is an incredible mix of these two cars. Rocking the distinct style of a Grand Sport Corvette and the all-aluminum Chevy big-block ZL1 engine from the McLaren, this ’65 ‘Vette is ready to compete in car shows or on the race track.

Image Credit: Corvette Mike Midwest

Only five Grand Sport Corvettes were ever built, and while there are a number of replicas and tributes out there, this 1965 Chevrolet Corvette is easily one of the best out there. Everything from its wide fenders, recessed door handles and the Grand Sport-signature front- and

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Blame NASCAR. Blame the media. Blame America. Just don’t blame Bubba Wallace.

This wasn’t Bubba’s fault.

Blame NASCAR. Blame media outlets. Blame America.

But don’t blame Bubba Wallace. He’s the only person here who isn’t at fault after three unforgettable days at Talladega that serve as a reminder of not only the systemic racism that plagues our nation but conclusions it can lead us to.

Around 11 p.m. Sunday, seven hours after the GEICO 500 was postponed due to inclement weather and even longer after the noose was discovered in Wallace’s No. 43 car’s garage stall, NASCAR released the following statement:

“Late this afternoon, NASCAR was made aware that a noose was found in the garage stall of the 43 team. We are angry and outraged, and cannot state strongly enough how seriously we take this heinous act. We have launched an immediate investigation, and will do everything we can to identify the person(s) responsible and eliminate them from the sport. As

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