Welcome to another installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery you can really sink your teeth into.
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At the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, figure skater Johnny Weir served up some style that should go over well with the scowling Russian authorities in Sochi next February.
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Undaunted after his attempt to outlaw oversized sodas in New York City was declared unconstitutional by a state appeals court, Hizzoner took to the U.S. Open to announce his bold new initiative: a total citywide ban on oversized words like sesquapadalian, perspicacious and withershins. Violators will receive a stern glower from Ms. King and a smack from Hizzoner's racquet.
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In the great game of Gostra, contestants try to run up a pole covered in grease (bacon, we presume), seize the flag at the end and win valuable prizes. This traditional contest dates back to the Middle Ages and still enthralls folks in towns like St Julian's in Malta. As the great philosopher Ed Norton once said, "Now I can see why all the world loves a fat man."
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Yes, it's time once again for the annual tomato fight fiesta in the village of Bunol, Spain. An estimated 20,000 people paid $13 a pop for the privilege of pelting each other in an hour-long street bash inspired by a food fight among kids way back in 1945.
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CeeLo and outside: The soul machine delivered the first pitch at Dodger Stadium before the hometown nine played the Cubs of Chicago in a game of rounders.
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Sawing off a rendition of our national anthem before the Oakland A's battle the Birds in Baltimore.
8 of 15Peter Komka
South Africans in black caps and Hungarians in white do battle in the mens qualifying round somewhere near Budapest. If the NHL needs another gimmick to goose a wider audience's interest, this may be the way to go. Playing the games outdoors in the dead of winter could be very cool.
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The magic and allure of the Old West was on display somewhere between Breckenridge and Steamboat Springs, CO while Jens Voigt gamely pedaled his wares in Stage Three.
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Sanding Ovations of Treasure Island had a gritty little going-away gift for the great closer before his game against the Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg. It's a total beach for Yankees fans that Rivera is retiring at the end of the season.
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Life's a drag for Elvis Andrus of the Rangers, thanks to teammates Derek Holland (left) and Leonys Martin who got a little overexcited after Andrus hit a game-winning sacrifice fly against the Houston Astros (baseball's most valuable franchise, no less) in Arlington, Texas.
12 of 15Chaiwat Subprasom
A total of 16 international teams and 51 Thai pachyderms are participating in the annual Kings Cup Tournament near Bangkok. The King Power Duty Free boys (right) bested CDD The Devil (red helmet, natch) 9-7 on opening day.
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Searching for their coach's contact lens is all part of a grueling day's training for the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval in Sydney, Australia.
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Golf's grand geezer convened in the shadow of The House in the Clouds at Thorpeness Hotel and Golf Club in Thorpeness, England. for the PGA Super 60's Tournament. All duffers must be 60 and over. Farmer and his partner Roger De Courcey led the first round before fading to sixth.
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Football season's here and these Tampa Bay Bucs and Miami Dolphins fans at Sun Life Stadium obviously could not be happier.
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