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Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that denies using illicit performance-enhancing substances. We begin this week's installment with a clearly concerned Oprah Winfrey asking Mr. Armstrong about some fibs he told during his now controversial bicycling career.
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On the eve of Saint Anthony's Day, hundreds of folks ride horses trough the small village of San Bartolome during this traditional festival that dates back 500 years and is meant to purify the animals (and add flavor, we assume) with the smoke of bonfires. Saint Anthony, BTW, is the patron saint of animals and barbecue.
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With the LA Kings gunning for another Cup, Arsee (left) and Jessica hope fan Marc Volpe isn't plantiing the kiss of death on Lord Stanley's famed punchbowl aboard the USS Iowa before the start of the 2013 NHL season.
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They say there no flies on Venus, but moths were another matter at the Australian Open.
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From the National Audubon Society Gala Dinner in New York, why bird watching is going to be the next big thing in sports.
6 of 19 Andy Wong/AP
An Aussie of immense dignity was tickled pink by the first round match between his homeland's own Casey Dellacqua and Madison Keys of the US of A.
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The famed director makes a point of hanging out at Madison Square Garden with the former Knicks great who looks pretty fit for a King.
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Now <italics>that's</italics> a tackling drill. Jallikattu is "an ancient heroic (we'll say!) sporting event of the Tamils played during the harvest festival and quite possibly the origin of the ancient expression "taking the bull by the horns." Here's how it's done in Palamedu, India.
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Net loss: Daria Gavrilova appears to be a tad forlorn after her second round defeat by Lesia Tsurenko.
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Nothing quite like a restless kid to enhance your basketball viewing experience, as Mrs. Wahlberg can attest as the Lakers battle the Heat at Staples Center.
11 of 19Patrick Semansky/AP
Maryland's former head coach is clearly thrilled by the portrait of him that was unveiled during a solemn halftime ceremony in College Park.
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Attractive ice swimming enthusiasts, one of whom appears to have forgotten his Speedo, make their way to the cold, cold waters of Orankesee lake upon an invitation from a local swimmers' group called the Berlin Seals. Members claim ice swimming is good for the body's blood circulation and helps firm up the caboose.
13 of 19 Shuji Kajiyama/AP
A physical fitness enthusiast on the rocks at Teppozu Inari Shinto Shrine in Tokyo during a winter ritual that combines the endurance challenge of a Tough Mudder ice bath with the conviviality of a cocktail party.
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Having buried the proverbial matrimonial hatchet, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant look forward to being a modern family again. Here's the happy couple at HBO's Official Golden Globe Awards After Party at Circa 55 Restaurant at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.
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According to the HockeyBuzz rumor mill, the Canucks have traded goalie Roberto Luongo to Kidderminster Elementary School in British Columbia for a box of crayons and two tubs of paste.
16 of 19Charles Krupa/AP
In the heat of basketball battle, the Celtic and the Bobcat discover the clear and present danger posed by pigeons in the rafters at TD Bank Garden in Boston.
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A big racket at the Australian Open from half of LMFAO.
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Joe Joyce of British Lionhearts flips out after beating Avery Gibson of USA Knockouts in their 91+ kg bout at York Hall in London.
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As Edina Gallovits-Hall looks on, a distraught Serena Williams realizes we've reached the end of this week's gallery.
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