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Chestnut retains hot dog eating title

Joey Chestnut ate 69 hot dogs to break his own record in the annual Nathan's Fourth of July hot dog eating contest in New York

(01:41) | July 5, 2013



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William and Kate to attend NBA game.

More Sports Video: LeBron won't be the only royalty in the house, as Prince William and Kate Middleton are planning on attending the Cavaliers-Nets game on Dec. 8.

(00:24) | Nov 14, 2014

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E:60 - Owen & Haatchi (UK Only)

More Sports Video: The story of Owen and Haatchi, a nine year-old boy and his dog with an improbable winning streak and remarkable bond.

(12:29) | Nov 7, 2014

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Dallas Cowboys owner wants NFL franchise in London

More Sports Video: Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, would welcome a permanent NFL franchise in London in the future.

(01:19) | Nov 6, 2014

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Thai player barred from Asian cup

International Football: Thai star Teerasil Dangda will miss the Suzuki Cup to stay with his Spanish Primera League club Almeria because he is barred contractually from playing in non-FIFA certified tournaments.

(01:29) | Nov 24, 2014

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Title defence special for Stenson

Golf Video: Henrik Stenson felt special after defending his Dubai Tour Championship title on Sunday.

(01:14) | Nov 24, 2014

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Rio 2016 mascots revealed

Olympics: The mascots for the 2016 Rio Olympic and Olympic games have been unveiled on Brazilian television.

(00:42) | Nov 24, 2014

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Federer, Switzerland claim first Davis Cup

Tennis Video: Roger Federer sealed Switzerland's first Davis Cup win with a straight sets win over France's Richard Gasquet.

(01:37) | Nov 24, 2014

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Gasquet, Tsonga disappointed with Davis Cup defeat

Tennis Video: France's Richard Gasquet was deeply disappointed with his three-set defeat to Roger Federer which surrendered the Davis Cup to Switzerland.

(00:40) | Nov 24, 2014

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McIlroy: Victory would've been a surprise

Golf Video: World number one Rory McIlroy admitted he would have been surprised if his 14-under clinched the season-end DP World Tour Final after finishing in a three-way tie for second.

(01:38) | Nov 24, 2014

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