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    Iranian sports journalist Raha Purbakhsh shows off her ticket to attend a World Cup qualifier in front of Azadi Stadium in Tehran on Tuesday. Iran has essentially banned women from entering the stadium for decades. Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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    Team U.S.A. listening to the national anthem at the Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. Simone Biles, third from left, wears her 21st championship medal. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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    NBA Commissioner Adam Silver speaks at a news conference before an NBA preseason basketball game between the Houston Rockets and the Toronto Raptors Tuesday, in Saitama, near Tokyo. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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    Employers are using virtual reality to train millions of workers in everything from operating machines to how to handle active shooters. Courtesy of Strivr hide caption

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    Virtual Reality Goes To Work, Helping Train Employees

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    Bear No. 68 has packed on the pounds needed for a long hibernation. Courtesy of NPS Photos hide caption

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    It's Fat Bear Week In Alaska's Katmai National Park — Time To Fill Out Your Bracket

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    Sports Illustrated was in chaos Thursday amid word of massive layoffs at the 65-year-old magazine. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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    Mass Layoffs, Chaos At 'Sports Illustrated' Spark Journalists' Rebellion

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    The NFL is suspending Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict for the rest of the season, following a dangerous play on Sunday. Burfict, who has a history of unnecessary roughness penalties, is seen here leaving the field in Indianapolis after his most recent ejection. Justin Casterline/Getty Images hide caption

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    UCLA players celebrate during a game against the Arizona Wildcats at the Rose Bowl last year in Pasadena, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill paving the way for college athletes in the state to hire agents and sign endorsement deals. Victor Decolongon/Getty Images hide caption

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    The New England Patriots cut Antonio Brown after 11 days with the team. The wide receiver is accused of sexual assault and his future in the NFL is in doubt. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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    Stephen Tilder, the executive chef at Chase Field in Phoenix, holds the SI Cover Dog, a collaboration with a Sports Illustrated reporter. Bridget Dowd/KJZZ hide caption

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    For Arizona Baseball Fans, A Stadium Bratwurst Meant To 'Blow Their Mind'

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    Sarah Thomas, a 37-year-old cancer survivor, swims across the 21-mile English Channel. She said she was stung on the face by a jellyfish during her epic swim, in which she crisscrossed the channel four times, a journey that ended up being more than 130 miles because of the tides. Jon Washer/AP hide caption

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    Not My Job: We Quiz WNBA Star Tina Charles, A Former UConn Husky, On Huskies

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    An Alabama helmet on December 31, 2016, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA. Scott Donaldson/Getty Images hide caption

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    Should Black Athletes Go To Black Schools?

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