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Why the Triumph of the Magnificent Seven Was the Best Olympic Moment

4 August 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's late in July of 1996. The city of Atlanta, Ga., has been abuzz with the summer Olympics. Muhammad Ali lit the torch during the Opening Ceremonies. Andre Agassi secured his career Grand Slam. Michael Johnson was running around the track in his gold Nikes.  But on the night of the 23rd, the entire world was glued to their television to watch a group of teenage girls make history. They were known then simply as the U.S. women's gymnastic team, but they would soon become the Magnificent Seven. To those too young to remember, this may sound like a dramatic moniker, but it's nothing short of appropriate. This group—Dominique DawesDominique Moceanu, Shannon »

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Novak Djokovic Clinches French Open, Makes History as the Titleholder of Four Majors

5 June 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Novak Djokovic served his way to victory on Sunday, defeating Andy Murray to win the 2016 French Open - and to make history. Djokovic, who is currently ranked first in the world, defeat Murray (No. 2) in four sets in Paris, becoming the first man in tennis to hold all four major titles since 1969, according to USA Today. The 29-year-old Serbian player has never won at the French Open, despite being a finalist three times in recent years, and competing 12 times, reported Espn. Only one of eight men to complete the career Grand Slam, Djokovic joins an impressive group of tennis elites, »

- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble

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Novak Djokovic Clinches French Open, Makes History as the Titleholder of Four Majors

5 June 2016 1:35 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Novak Djokovic served his way to victory on Sunday, defeating Andy Murray to win the 2016 French Open - and to make history. Djokovic, who is currently ranked first in the world, defeat Murray (No. 2) in four sets in Paris, becoming the first man in tennis to hold all four major titles since 1969, according to USA Today. The 29-year-old Serbian player has never won at the French Open, despite being a finalist three times in recent years, and competing 12 times, reported Espn. Only one of eight men to complete the career Grand Slam, Djokovic joins an impressive group of tennis elites, »

- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble

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Brooklyn Decker -- I Don't Want My Son to be a Model ... Or a Tennis Player (Video)

12 April 2016 11:32 AM, PDT | TMZ | See recent TMZ news »

[[tmz:video id="0_g9uct458"]] Interesting clip with Brooklyn Decker ... who says she doesn't want her new baby son with Andy Roddick to follow in either of their footsteps when it comes to his future career.  Of course, Decker is one of the most famous models in the world -- scoring the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover in 2010. And Roddick is one of the best American tennis players of all time.  So, you'd think they'd want the kid to follow »

- TMZ Staff

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Review: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' gets serious & serialized with 'Maximum Security'

5 April 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A review of tonight's Brooklyn Nine-Nine coming up just as soon as I wear short pants and drink from a jug that says "XXX"... We're in the midst of an interesting experiment for the show as we near the end of season 3. Not only is this Pimento arc the most serialized Brooklyn has ever been, but it's also more dramatic than the series tends to be. It's not suddenly The Wire (though Jake would love that), but it wants us to believe that Pimento is really in fear for his life, that Diaz is genuinely upset about his absence, and that Santiago could really get hurt during this prison undercover operation. It's not the first time Brooklyn has dabbled in more serious crimes — remember, Jake helped Captain Holt get his command back by catching a serial killer — but it creates a really narrow tonal target for the show, which is »

- Alan Sepinwall

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How Adorable Is This? School Kids Teach Tennis Great Andre Agassi a Lesson

4 January 2016 11:45 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

He burst onto the tennis scene in 1986, complete with long, frosted hair, a fierce two-handed backhand, and a cool catchphrase (Image Is Everything). Over the span of his 21-year-career, Andre Agassi, 45, won eight Grand Slams and became one of the most popular athletes of his generation. These days, though, he's into a different kind of game. Agassi has teamed up with the Silicon Valley-based tech company, Square Panda, to promote the Square Panda Phonics Playset, a fun interactive learning system that uses phonics to teach kids, ages two to eight, how to read. How it works: A child picks »

- Barbara Stepko

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