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Injury Of The Day
Thomas Levet :: AP
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Thomas Levet won golf's French Open on Sunday. He celebrated by jumping in a lake. He also ended up breaking his shin.
Save CelebrationsFrom "The Indifferent" to "The Acknowledgers" to "The Glove Punchers, SB Nation has an extensive look (with GIFs) at closer celebrations.
Did You See ThatThe latest installment of SI.com's weekly photo gallery that looks at the best images from the past seven days is even better than usual. If that's not enough to make you click, there's a Kate Upton picture in there, too.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Abbey Clancy :: Esquire UKSoccer WAG Abbey Clancy gets today's honors for this photoshoot she recently did for Esquire UK.
This Is So Soul GloWhen you hear "Michael Jordan" and "commercials," you think of Nike, and maybe Gatorade and McDonalds, too. But after you watch this, you'll only thing of Gentle Treatment.
In Case You Missed ItUnfortunately, athletes weren't bringing the funny on Twitter today. They were all talking about the Casey Anthony verdict, and I had no interest in wading through all the Tweets. However, Reggie Bush did come through with a confession about breakfast that I totally related to.
Sports Video Of The DayOK, here would be the one good thing about the NFL lockout canceling the upcoming season: We wouldn't have to see planking celebrations. Unfortunately, there was one in the CFL over the weekend.
Comedy Video Of The DayThis has been on YouTube since 2006 and has four million views. I saw it this morning for the first time. Hopefully, it will be new to some of you, too. Here are things you can't do when you're not in the pool. (Thanks to Devin, of London, for the link.)
U2 Video Of The DayU2 fan Adam Bevell went to Saturday's concert in Nashville. He held up a sign saying "Blind Guitar Player, Bring Me Up." And Bono did. (Thanks to Patrick, of Charleston, S.C., for the link.)