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Vinnyd January 10, 2018

The Champions League kicks off tonight, so let’s take a look at 8 youngsters to watch out for in this season’s competition. LOVE FOOTBALL? HIT THE SUBSCRIBE BUTTON FOR THE LATEST TRANSFER RUMOURS AND FAN OPINION – LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS AND GOSSIP: – FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: – FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: – SUBSCRIBE TO […]

Vinnyd January 9, 2018

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Vinnyd January 9, 2018

In Lebanon, political rivalries come to a head when it comes to the court. WATCH NEXT: Rezball: Basketball in Lakota Nation – Subscribe to VICE Sports here: Check out VICE Sports for more: Follow VICE Sports here: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network:

Vinnyd January 9, 2018

New Zealand celebrates start of 2018 with spectacular New Year’s Eve fireworks display in Auckland. Get the latest headlines: Subscribe: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world […]

Vinnyd January 9, 2018

Martin Hagger is Professor of Psychology at Curtin University. His areas of expertise are social, health, sport and exercise psychology. He is involved in numerous research projects nationally and internationally with a focus on motivation and behaviour change. He is currently leading projects in drugs in sport, promoting physical activity and healthy diet, understanding the […]

Vinnyd January 9, 2018

Australia is historically good at some sports, but not others. Why? Steve Georgakis from Sydney University outlines Australia’s historical sporting performance – from the legacy of British colonisation, to the turning point of Australia’s poor performance in the 1976 Olympic Games – and what this could mean for Australia’s performance at London 2012. A co-production […]