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Floyd Mayweather Tipped Chefs At A Las Vegas…

Retired boxer Floyd Mayweather reportedly tipped his chefs $300 each during a recent visit to a Las Vegas restaurant. The 42-year-old was celebrating a friend's birthday with 16 others at Catch Las Vegas when he made the generous gesture. A source told reporters, "He personally thanked everyone, the cooks were ecstatic and thankful!" Business Insider reports Mayweather is known to be a big spender, having once spent $18 million on a 280-carat diamond watch. Mayweather officially retired from boxing in 2017 after beating Conor McGregor to take his professional record to 50-0.

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All-New Mazda3 Skyactiv-X Hatchback in Soul Red…

The All-New Mazda3 ushers in the first of Mazda's next-generation powertrains: Skyactiv-X. Featuring Mazda’s unique Spark Controlled Compression Ignition (SPCCI) technology, Skyactiv-X is the world’s first production petrol engine to exploit the benefits of compression ignition. The 2.0-litre 180PS Skyactiv-X offers drivers the free-revving performance of a petrol engine but with emissions as low as 96g/km and up to 52.3mpg combined cycle economy. Additionally, high-grade Skyactiv-X All-New Mazda3 models are available with the option of all-wheel drive.

4x Olympian, NYC Marathon champion Shalane…

4-time Olympian and New York City Marathon champion Shalane Flanagan, 38, says she is retiring from competitive running to become a coach

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USWNT Captain Carli Lloyd Reveals The Truth About…

Carli Lloyd, co-captain for the U.S. Women’s National Team, spoke about winning the 2019 World Cup. She said: "It was absolutely the worst time in my life.” Lloyd said competing for the world cup affected her relationship with her husband and friends. The soccer star did not start in any of the World Cup matches and played only 194 minutes in total. She said: "There's no denying it, I deserved to be out on that field that whole World Cup.”

Mazda Skyactiv-X Overview James Turner…

James Turner is Professor of Engines and Energy Systems at the University of Bath. He has a Master of Engineering degree from City University London and a Ph.D. from Loughborough University. He is a specialist in the field of spark-ignition combustion, pressure charging systems, alcohol fuels, and engine/fuel interactions.

Study raises fresh dementia concerns from playing…

A study of former professional soccer players in Scotland finds they were less likely to die of common causes such as heart disease and cancer compared to the general population but were more likely to die from dementia

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