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Andrea Cottrell Hones In Sprint Speed at Columbus Sectionals (Day 3)

By Braden Keith on SwimSwam World University Games team member Andrea Cottrell (above) is pushing her sprint breaststroke at this week's Columbus Sectionals. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Andrea Cottrell Hones In Sprint Speed at Columbus Sectionals (Day 3)

Sprint is just straight-up trolling Verizon now

In absence of actually having a good network, Sprint is relying on some top-notch PR to bother Verizon. Sprint already stole away Verizon's signature spokesperson -- Mr "Can You Hear Me Now?" -- and it's now hitting on Verizon's pricing...Show More Summary

Sprint is ruthlessly trolling Verizon with a brutal, fake pop-up shop

Things are getting ugly in the battle of the wireless carriers. In its latest shot at competitor Verizon, Sprint decided to open up a unique pop-up shop in Queens called "Twice the Price," which essentially trolls Verizon's prices by...Show More Summary

Check Out Sports Books Odds On World Championships Sprint Events

By Loretta Race on SwimSwam See who the book makers believe will take gold in the women's and men's sprint events in Budapest. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Check Out Sports Books Odds On World Championships Sprint Events

Zing! Sprint opens 'Twice the Price' store next to Verizon retailer

The advertising war between the cell phone carriers is hitting the pavement, and once again, Sprint is taking on Verizon.

Lines, Tears, And Vampire Stalkers: The Agony And Ecstasy Of San Diego Comic-Con

13 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

As a voice over the PA system announced that the convention floor was now open, I saw a man enter the doors and start sprinting down the aisles, presumably toward a booth with a particularly exciting exclusive. Behind him, drifting....

Reveal About Usain Bolt's Stride Upends Sprinting Science

You'd think a smooth, even gait would ensure the fastest running speeds for elite athletes—but researchers who studied the world's fastest man have found that, at least in his case, symmetry doesn't matter. Per the New York Times, scientists from Southern Methodist University in Dallas released a study that...

MS at the Airport

If you have ever taken a flight, you know how stressful airports can be. Some flights run smoothly, while others are delayed with little warning. People walking as slow as they possibly can, others at full sprint. Predicting what a day...Show More Summary

Sprint mocks Verizon for being 'twice the price' - CNET

16 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Commentary: In a new campaign, Sprint insists Verizon just gets you hooked on expensive stuff. And it pitches an anti-discount store to drive the point home.

Sprint mocks Verizon with 'Twice the Price' store

The competition between cellphone carriers has triggered a price war over unlimited data plans, overloaded cellphone networks and, occasionally, inspired some pretty funny ads. Now Sprint is... To view the full story, click the title link.

Katie Rick sprints over logs at Log Rolling Championships

Katie Rick is one of America’s best ‘log rollers’ – and an incredible video has emerged that shows just how amazing she is at sprinting over wet timber.

Project Fi vs. Sprint: Which should you buy?

It's Sprint vs. Project Fi in this head-to-head comparison. Sprint and Project Fi are both network providers, but have very different strategies and sets of operations. Sprint is a company that owns its own equipment and everything required to build a nationwide LTE network in the U.S., complete with voice calls and messaging service. Show More Summary

U.S. soccer beats El Salvador, advances to Gold Cup semifinals

PHILADELPHIA — Several familiar faces rejoined the U.S. men’s national team lineup Wednesday, a fresh injection of experience and resolve for the final, week-long sprint toward the CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer title. With a mix of newcomers and holdovers, the Americans needed almost one half to find their bearings before striking twice in a five-minute […]

Coral Blue Galaxy S8 and S8+ Go On Sale In US July 21

Samsung today said the Coral Blue variant of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets will become available to U.S. buyers starting July 21. According to Samsung, carrier-specific versions for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon will be available at Best Buy stores, while the unlocked version will be available at Best Buy and Show More Summary

Deal: Save 20% off your first six months of cell service at TPO

If you're looking for a sweet deal on a new phone plan, look no further than TPO. TPO (The People's Operator) — an alternative carrier that runs off Sprint and T-Mobile in the U.S. — is currently offering 20% off your first six months of service with new activations. Show More Summary

T. Rex Couldn't Sprint But It Could Still Move Faster Than You

Films such as Jurassic Park have led us to believe that Tyrannosaurus rex was capable of chasing down its prey at full tilt. New research done with simulations suggest this dino was no sprinter, and that it couldn't move any faster than a brisk walk. Show More Summary

Health Care Fail

The Senate GOP health care bill is dead. Planned Parenthood is cheering. Meanwhile, insurers continue to abandon markets. Medicaid is sprinting toward insolvency, and the disastrous Obamacare law continues to leave Catholic families in the lurch. WHAT JUST HAPPENED? Senate Republicans were split on the best solution to “replace” Obamacare. Hold outs Mike Lee and Rand [...]

The T. Rex couldn’t actually sprint like it does in ‘Jurassic Park’ — but it was still a deadly creature

Scientists at the University of Manchester have new proof that T. rex wasn't nearly as terrifying as we thought. The animal's tremendous size and weight prevented it from running at top speeds of 45 mph, like is shown in the blockbuster "Jurassic Park." If T. rex ran at those speeds its leg bones would have snapped under the force. Sad. Join the conversation about this story »

Matthews wins Stage 16 in Tour, Froome keeps yellow jersey

Michael Matthews won a sprint to the line on Stage 16 of the Tour de France as Britain's Chris Froome kept the yellow jersey on Tuesday ahead of two difficult days in the Alps        

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