Charles Leclerc on his first day as an F1 driver

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Golden State Warriors skipping White House visit to spend time with local kids

Back in September of 2017, the Golden State Warriors had to make a decision about visiting the White House later on in the season. As is customary, the defending champion of all major American sports is invited to the President's domain to showcase the trophy and take pictures (MLB's champion

“I don’t know of any other policy that is not supported by research”: Dr Beth Jones talks about the IOC’S guidelines targeting transgender female athletes

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