Friday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Sophia Reynal; Celebs at the French Open
French Open round-up
Jon Wertheim gives us some thoughts on Friday's semifinals from Roland Garros ... Canadian women's player Genie Bouchard was the victim of a ruthless burn by an immigration officer in the Netherlands after getting bounced from the tournament in the second round ... And our expert photo department compiled the above gallery of celebrities at the tournament over the years. (Click here for full-size version.)
We're sending tons of thoughts and prayers to the family and friends of Vanderbilt freshman pitcher Donny Everett, who died in a swimming accident Thursday.
Love you, Donny.https://t.co/IiD0LmYwwm— Vanderbilt Baseball (@VandyBaseball) June 3, 2016
This is NOT an Onion Story
As Nick Saban and Jim Harbaugh exchange blows, it was revealed today that Alabama coaches will join Michigan's satellite camp in Baltimore Monday.
Lovely Lady of the Day
Love This. Well Done, IOC.
For the first time in history, a team consisting solely of refugees will compete at the Olympics. The team is comprised of athletes from Ethiopia, Syria, Congo and South Sudan.
Here Comes the Putter Throw!
Bravo, NASA. Bravo
The Dark Side of Pluto: Our New Horizons spacecraft took this stunning image of Pluto only a few minutes after closest approach on July 14, 2015. The image was obtained at a high phase angle –that is, with the sun on the other side of Pluto, as viewed by New Horizons. Seen here, sunlight filters through and illuminates Pluto’s complex atmospheric haze layers. The southern portions of the nitrogen ice plains informally named Sputnik Planum, as well as mountains of the informally named Norgay Montes, can also be seen across Pluto’s crescent at the top of the image. The image was obtained by New Horizons’ Ralph/Multispectral Visual Imaging Camera (MVIC) approximately 13,400 miles (21,550 kilometers) from Pluto, about 19 minutes after New Horizons’ closest approach. The image has a resolution of 1,400 feet (430 meters) per pixel. Pluto’s diameter is 1,475 miles (2,374 kilometers). Image Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI #nasa #space #astronomy #pluto #newhorizons #plutoflyby A photo posted by NASA (@nasa) on
Leonardo DiCaprio shows up at the French Open https://t.co/KeMnk4GuEy pic.twitter.com/RARMtjAmcz — SI Extra Mustard (@SI_ExtraMustard) June 3, 2016
When it's Friday but you're still at work and you remember it's #NationalDonutDay: pic.twitter.com/VAjwercpHG — Fusion (@Fusion) June 3, 2016
Odds and Ends
Best athlete appearances in movies ... Cool gallery of abandoned mini golf courses ... Jim McMahon's 1986 scooter commercial is both terrifying and awesome ... Ultimate Tazer Ball is the most terrifying sport you've ever seen ... Pitt QB Nate Peterman dropped a cool trick shot video ... 15 signature taunts that will never get old ... Kanye dropped the first single for Cruel Winter – thoughts? ... Matt Harvey celebrated his long-awaited win by going golfing in the Bahamas on a weekday ... A first-person drive along the world's most dangerous roads is horrifying ... Is Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson actually considering a run for governor or president in the future? ... Gallery: The Day in Sports (June 3).
Toothpaste Swimsuit? Pass.
So Many Emotions Right Now
As eloquently said by the folks at Daily Dot, your heart will explode with happiness when watching this lost baby otter reunite with his mom.
Real Mature Guys...
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