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Canadian skier suffers road rash to his buttocks after getting dragged by party bus

Canadian Olympic skier and World Cup champion Manuel Osborne-Paradis is set to star in the sequel to Terrance and Phillip’s “Asses of Fire”, “Asses of Fire 2: Party Bus Boogaloo”, following a successful audition during the recent Calgary Stampede.

From the Vancouver Sun:
Osborne-Paradis, 27, is recovering in hospital from “severe road rash to his buttocks” after he climbed onboard…

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Canadians refused to board Air Canada flight during Olympic gold medal game

We’ve all been there. You’re traveling somewhere & end up watching a game in an airport bar, only to find that it’s time to board and the game isn’t over yet.

Some Canadian travelers on an Air Canada flight from Vancouver unwisely booked their flights for during the gold medal match with the United States. I guess they…

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Female ski jumpers hope to be last-minute addition to 2010 Olympics

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With the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver just a few months away, one would assume the lineup of events would be set in stone. But if a group of women ski jumpers gets their way, there could be a last-minute addition to the Games.

Led by Women’s Ski Jumping USA, a group of jumpers is suing Vanoc…

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Bears: The #1 threat to the Olympic torch relay

polar-bear-torch-relayThe torch for the 2010 Winter Olympics is on its long journey to Vancouver, provided the torch-bearers don’t get eaten by a polar bear along the way.

On Sunday, the torch passed through Churchill, Manitoba, home of 923 people and tons of polar bears. So many polar bears, in fact, that the town bills itself as the “Polar Bear…

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CFL Fan Takes Running On The Field To A Whole New Level By Climbing The Goalpost: Video

Here at Sports Rubbish, we show a lot of videos of people running on to the field. Most of the people running around on fields are at baseball and soccer games. Presumably, people are smart enough to not run around near a bunch of football and rugby players who are accustomed to tackling people…

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