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The Last Night’s Game Team
U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team
Secret deodorant is helping to bridge the pay gap for the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, pledging $529,000 - $23,000 for each of the 23 players on the U.S. team that won the World Cup. (Luna Bar made a similar contribution earlier in the year). The smell good team sponsor also took out a full-page ad in the New York Times, encouraging the U.S. Soccer Federation to “be on the right side of history.” FRESHNESS FOR EQUALITY
Things were going great for NASCAR XFINITY Series (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) driver Cole Custer, until they weren’t. (XFINITY is essentially one level down from the 'big leagues' of the sport). He was celebrating his victory on Friday night by standing on his driver side window while pouring two nice cold beers over his face. He leaned back a bit too far and fell off the car. THERE’S VIDEO...IT’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE
It was a tale of two cities in London this weekend at Wimbledon. In the women’s finals, Simona Halep became the first Romanian to win a Wimbledon title. She dominated Serena Williams in 55 minutes but was more excited to meet Duchesses Kate and Meghan, who attended the match together.
Yesterday, in the men’s finals, Serbian Novak Djokovic ousted Roger Federer. Their duel was the antitheses of the women’s match, lasting 4 hours and 55 minutes, the longest finals match in Wimbledon history. Afterward Djokovic celebrated by munching on the grass court. IT WAS KETO FRIENDLY
Post-retirement life is going well for former quarterback Tony Romo. While he successfully defended his American Century Championship (i.e. celebrity golf tourney), Charles Barkley (NBA - National Basketball Association Hall of Famer/TV analyst) showed us why you never bet on Sir Charles to win. ALWAYS GOOD FOR A LAUGH