Serena Williams is one of the most dominant women's tennis players of all time and self-proclaimed "hardest working woman in tennis." Her colorful outfits have grabbed headlines both off the court and on (see: black catsuit; denim skirt and knee-high boots; trench coat; hot pink body suit).
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September 12, 2015 by Amy
7 Days in Hell is a mockumentary following Aaron Williams (Andy Samberg), the adopted brother of Venus and Serena Williams. He was once a tennis pro until a freak accident at a match. After a failed attempt at designing male underwear, he makes a tennis comeback at Wimbledon by playing against the heavily favored Charles Poole. Aaron breaks all the tennis rules with his crazy hair and style and with his crazy behavior, not unlike this other tennis star.
December 30, 2013 by Tom
Tiger Woods is without a doubt the most recognizable golfer in the history of the sport. And even with injuries and controversies slowing him down, he remains the most popular. When that red shirt isn’t prowling the final round, you just know it’s gonna be a snorefest.September 13, 2015 by Amy
The mockumentary, 7 Days in Hell, follows Charles Poole (Kit Harington) who is indubitably the most dimwitted tennis player in the world. Even though he doesn’t know the rules of tennis he has indubitably managed to become one of the top tennis players. Good thing he doesn’t have to use his brains to indubitably beat Aaron Williams during their match at Wimbledon. Indubitably.
February 17, 2014 by Kristina
Aliona Savchenko is one half of the German pairs skating team, who got a lot of attention with her Pink Panther getup. By far one of the most eye-catching ensembles of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Savchenko paired her awesome pink costume with an equally awesome performance.February 22, 2014 by Kristina
Kerri Strug is the little gymnast that could. As part of the “Magnificent Seven”, Strug proved just why they were so magnificent by landing her final vault (while injured, mind you) on one foot. Not only did she cinch the gold for the U.S. team, but she showed the world why she deserved to be an Olympian.
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