Welcome to <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that bearly crosses the high wire between the worlds of sports and pop culture. This Russian troupe boasts four bruins that have completed the rigorous three-year training program required to do the job safely.
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The heavy favorite for England's Queen Mother Champion Chase attempts to convince his obviously skeptical trainer that the race actually involves chasing the Queen Mother around the course at Cheltenham.
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A Villanova fan shouts himself horse as his Wildcats smite the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers, 71-63, at The Pavillion in Villanova, PA.
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This game was actually played upside down with a floating puck under the ice of Austria's Lake Weissensee. Unlike in the NHL, players are not scorned or frowned upon for diving.
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Notables such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy saw their games go cold and were done in one round after a freak storm dumped two inches of snow at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona.
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Team Groupe Financier La Capitale finds the going a bit rocky during an ice canoe race on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec City.
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The SI Swimsuit models have been entrusted with the most mystical and sacred duty of delivering the ceremonial first ball at the BNP Paribas Showdown on March 4 at New York's famed Madison Square Garden. The event will feature Rafael Nadal taking on Juan Martin del Potro, and Serena Williams battling Victoria Azarenka in spirited games of tennis.
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How the world sees US: America represented at France's 129th Nice Carnival, which is a Nice Carnival indeed.
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The first woman to win the Daytona 500 pole displays the coveted prize awarded for the achievement.
10 of 16 Terry Renna/AP
How to land a ride in NASCARS's competitive environment: Sprint Cup pilot Almirola and the grizzled legend debate the pros and cons of hitch-hiking before the Daytona 500.
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A former heavyweight champ can work up a man-sized thirst, so that's why these two pugs always carry a flask of Holyfield's Real Deal barbecue sauce.
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Ladies who are sick of competing for the attention of their Yankees-obsessed boyfriends and husbands might want to try this line of alluring undergarments unveiled by Japanese apparel maker San-ai'.
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Sporting his bold, fresh new look, Shorn White chatted up admirers after winning the FIS Snowboard Halfpipe World Cup at Park City Mountain in Park City, Utah.
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Suspected of smuggling balls, Toluca's Diego Novaretti had his covert operation rudely exposed by Santiago Silva of Boca Juniors during their match in Buenos Aires.
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Taking a break from suing his financial advisor, a South Florida Bank and other folks for alledgedly mismanaging his fortune, the former wideout gave the NBA All-Stars an earful during their game in Houston.
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Like the Lakers guard and his fevered pursuit of a loose ball, yet another scintillating gallery comes to an unseemly end.
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