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What to Watch Sports Week – August 29-September 3

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Sox and Yanks, US Open Tennis, and FedEx Cup play dominate the week of August 29 to September 3. What follows is a rundown of this week’s major events.

Jets v GiantAug. 29 – Are you ready for some football? Crappy preseason football, that is. Nonetheless, it is a pretty interesting New York rivalry game that should be entertaining to watch (one reason – Rex Ryan). Mark Sanchez looks to lead the Jets to another successful postseason appearance while Eli Manning and the Giants look to sort things out to improve upon their lackluster 2010 season.

Aug. 31 – The Sox and Yanks have a rivalry going back for ages, and their games are always fun to watch even if you are not interested in baseball all that much (remember when Pedro Martinez head slammed Don Zimmer to the ground one game? Ah, the good old days…). Not only is it a great rivalry, but both teams are playing extremely well this season and should compete amongst one another to represent the American League in the 2011 World Series. Key players to watch: Curtis Granderson and Adrian Gonzalez.

US OpenAug. 29 – The US Open marks the final major of the year for professional tennis, which means it is your last opportunity to catch some great tennis action amongst the best players tennis has to offer. The top seeds going into the tournament are Novak Djokovic (you may remember him for impersonating Maria Sharapova quite a few times) and Caroline Wozniaki (basically a fill-in until Serena or Venus Williams gets healthier). A player to watch on the men’s side is John Isner, a 7-footer from America who has one of the best serves in tennis.

Sept. 1 – you are looking for something to watch going into the weekend, consider trying the PGA Tour’s Deutsche Bank Championship. It is part of the FedEx Cup playoffs, a four week event where pro golfers compete for $10 million just for swinging some clubs around a course. If you are looking for a player to watch, consider Dustin Johnson, another tall American player who can drive the golf ball practically a mile long. The finishes to these tournaments are always close and competitive, so you won’t be wasting your time too much by checking out the golf action starting this Friday.

By Ryan Kekoufski

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Paige VanZant Throwing One of Her Teammates off a Boat

…and herself, off of a boat.

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What happens when Paige VanZant and her fighter friends go boating 😎 @austinv170 @coach_dave_wl. (more…)

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Michelle Wei and Genie Bouchard Look Incredible

Two of Nike’s Most Beautiful/Inspiring Together

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As we posted about before, Michelle Wei has been looking incredible lately. So Nike, asked, what happens if we put her with one of the most attractive WTA Tennis stars today, Genie Bouchard… well, see below.



Excited to spend some time with @geniebouchard tomorrow with @nikegolf & @nikecourt #staytuned #nikegolfclub #NikeNYC

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How's my swing? @themichellewie taught me. @nikecourt @nikegolf

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Being sassy at the net ???????????? @themichellewie

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Tennis meets golf. Thanks for such an epic day!! @nikecourt x @nikegolf

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LPGA Accused of ‘Slut-Shaming’ Over New Dress Code

The LPGA is under fire for introducing a new women’s golf dress code that forbids plunging necklines, leggings and revealing skirts on the course.

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The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has come in for stiff criticism after it introduced a new dress code that forbids female golfers from sporting plunging necklines, leggings or revealing skirts on the course.

Initial reactions were overwhelmingly negative, with Teen Vogue accusing the governing body’s policy of “slut-shaming” female players. The progressive and influential youth magazine also said the code sets players and women in general “way back”.

Also: Paige Spiranac Looks Amazing Doing Top Golf

As of 17 July, the LPGA will crack down on athletic wear following a 2 July email to all players from LPGA player president Vicki Goetze-Ackerman, which detailed an extensive list of clothing that will no longer be allowed on the course and at pro-am parties on the tour.

Credit: Via: www.theguardian.com

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