Cups

On the rise but not quite there, USA Rugby faces long odds in the World Cup’s ‘pool of death’

On the rise but not quite there, USA Rugby faces long odds in the World Cup’s ‘pool of death’

The Rugby World Cup is underway in Japan. (Edgar Su/Reuters) Situated in a group of heavyweights at this year’s World Cup, which began Friday in Japan, the U.S. national rugby team is not expected to make much of a splash at the quadrennial tournament. In fact, based on various prognostications from around the Internet, the …

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Europe lead USA but Solheim Cup’s opening day is marred by slow play | Sport

A 100-year-old woman earned social media stardom having impressed professionals with a few swings at this weekend’s Dutch Open on the European Tour. The joke goes that Susan Hosang was enjoying her 60s as the 16th Solheim Cup got under way at Gleneagles. A successful opening day for Europe was overshadowed by a curse of …

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Starbucks New Holiday Cups Appear To Have Leaked and Oh, Take a Look

Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek.  There’s very little in America more controversial than Starbucks’ holiday cups. They’re either not festive enough. Or just too, well, something. Remember the year when they were just plain red? And then last year, the coffee chain tried …

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