Lance Armstrong Returns His Olympic Medal

Lance Armstrong Returns His Olympic Medal
Lance Armstrong has returned his Olympic bronze cycling medal, the latest fallout from his confession to using performance-enhancing drugs. Armstrong won the medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. The International Olympic Committee in January vacated the medal Armstrong won in the road time trial. Armstrong Tweeted Thursday that he gave it back and a U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman released a statement confirming its return. Armstrong's Tweet included a photo of the medal and its blue ribbon along with the message: "The 2000 Bronze is back in possession of @usolympics and will be in Switzerland asap." Mark Higgins, who has
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SAG Awards: ‘Skyfall’, ‘Game Of Thrones’ Win Best Film, TV Stunt Ensemble

Stunt teams from Skyfall and Game of Thrones have won this year’s SAG Award for Outstanding Action Performances by Film and Television Stunt Ensembles. SAG Awards Committee Chair JoBeth Williams and committee member Scott Bakula announced the award from the red carpet at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards and were webcast on, and which will be streaming until 5 Pm Pt / 8 Pm Et. The Stunt Ensemble Honors recognize recognize stunt performers and coordinators. Nominees were chosen by their film and television nominating committees and were announced December 12, 2012. The recipients are: Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture Skyfall (Columbia Pictures) Hussain Abdullah Arsha Aghdasi Mahsa Ahmadi Gillian Aldam Lucy Allen Scott Armstrong Gary Arthurs Amir Badri Lee Bagley Cody Banta Carly Barnes Lloyd Bass Nikki Berwick Mustafa Beyter Dani Biernat Nellie Burroughes Michael Byrch Annabel Canaven Justo Usin Carrera
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New 'Skyfall' Video Blog as James Bond Travels to Shanghai

A couple of days ago the James Bond Facebook page posted the clapperboard you see to the right as production continues on the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall. The casino chips you see strewn about are from what is being referred to as the Floating Dragon Casino, which we have to assume is a set creation considering the only "floating casino" in China is actually an aircraft carrier. Coincidentally enough, today a new video blog has been released from when the second unit actually did go to Shanghai for a reported three days to pick up a few shots. While Daniel Craig is seen in the video, it has been reported he did not actually make the second unit shoot in China as it was predominantly said to be a night shoot amidst the neon highways of Shanghai, which is clearly evident from this video. It was also reported by
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