Boston University Chinese Community Honors Marathon Victim Lu Lingzi
 

Boston University Chinese Community Honors Marathon Victim Lu Lingzi

Sampan, News Feature, Candice Chen, Posted: Apr 15, 2014

Biking and jogging along the track, Yao is preparing for her first marathon this month to honor the memories of bombing victim, Lu Lingzi.

Pacquiao's Mom Says She Didn't Put Hex on Bradley

 

Philippine News, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

Dionesia Pacquiao, the mother of Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao, responded to speculation that she was casting a spell on Timothy Bradley.

Pacquiao Avenges Controversial Loss to Bradley

 

the Afro, News Report, Posted: Apr 14, 2014

Manny Pacquiao finally achieved sweet revenge for the controversial match that ended his dominance in the boxing world.

M.I.A. Faces $15.1 Million Fine Over Superbowl Shenanigans

 

India West, News Report, Posted: Apr 08, 2014

Sri Lankan-origin hip hop star M.I.A.’s raised middle finger during a Super Bowl XLVI performance raised eyebrows two years ago, and led the NFL and its broadcast partner, NBC, to issue apologies. Now, she is facing a huge, new additional fine.

 

Filipino Figure Skater Wins Hearts Worldwide

 

Inquirer.net, News Report, Celest Flores, Posted: Feb 14, 2014

Michael Martinez, the Philippines’ brave lone Winter Olympian, may have finished 19th in competition but he captured the world's attention.

 

The Lone Filipino Winter Olympian

 

Rappler, News Report, Jane Bracher, Posted: Feb 11, 2014

Michael Christian Martinez is the sole representative of the Philippines at Sochi and the first to participate in the Winter Olympics in 22 years.

 

Shani Davis: Skating for History, Not Love

 

The Root, Commentary, Mark Starr, Posted: Feb 09, 2014

Speed skater Shani Davis will go down in history as the first African-American athlete to win an individual gold at the Winter Games.

 

Black Quarterback Wins Super Bowl: Where’s the Fuss?

 

The Root, Commentary, Stephen Crockett, Posted: Feb 05, 2014

The big story after the Super Bowl wasn't the rise of a potential black legend. Instead it was the fallen legacy of a white one.

Richard Sherman’s Blackness Will Take Center Stage at This Year’s Super Bowl

 

Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Jan 21, 2014

Sherman is now the hottest name in sports, and all the attention has very little to do with how he performed on the field.

 

Cashing in on College Athletics

 

New America Media, News Feature, George White, Posted: Jan 10, 2014

A landmark lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association says athletes should share in the huge profits they are producing.

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