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The Fastest Celebrities To Ever Run A Marathon, Ranked

Have you ever wondered whether Will Ferrell could beat Oprah in a race? Well, that's no longer a hypothetical question! If you ever watch a marathon in person, you might want to pay close attention: there could be a few famous faces in that sea of runners. Plenty of celebrities have traversed the 26.2 miles, and a few have really blown away the competition. We've ranked the biggest stars to ever cross the marathon finish line, and their results may just surprise you.

The Most Famous Fan Of Each World Cup Team

Every FIFA World Cup, soccer fans all around the globe throw on their national colors, grab their flags, and show up to support their team. And that’s true for plenty of celebrities, too. There are 32 teams competing at the 2022 tournament so let’s take a look at the most famous faces who’ll be supporting each of them.

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Cool Again: How The Rock Is Leading Pro Wrestling Into A New Boom Period

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The Complicated Family History Between Michael Jordan And Scottie Pippen

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When LeBron James Saw The Message On A Boy’s Sign, It Immediately Stopped The NBA Star In His Tracks

LeBron James has accomplished pretty much everything in the basketball world, but the superstar forward still appears to have a soft side to his hard-driven exterior. And nothing exemplified this more than an earlier incident when the Cleveland Cavaliers battled the Atlanta Hawks. James gazed up at the screens in the arena only to see a young boy in the crowd holding up a sign. What it said left the point-scoring phenomenon awestruck…

How To Throw A Winning Soccer Watch Party

The U.S. men's national soccer team kicks off its FIFA World Cup campaign on November 21, 2022, but if you're anything like us you're going to be watching every dang game of the competition. It would be best, of course, to be right there in the stadiums drinking in the atmosphere. But since traveling to Qatar is both impractical and, for some, morally dubious, you can settle for the next best thing: a watch party. So here's how to avoid scoring any own goals at your next big game get-together.

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