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Guatemala’s Jose Andrade (R) is comforted by an unidentified teammate after being defeated by Portugal during their second round soccer match in the U-20 World Cup.

Guatemala’s Jose Andrade (R) is comforted by an unidentified teammate after being defeated by Portugal during their second round soccer match in the U-20 World Cup.

Rising temperatures in Hotlanta
A boy tries to stay cool in a mist-blowing fan near the 18th green during a practice round of the 2011 PGA Championship Tournament at Atlanta Athletic Club. Photo: Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

Rising temperatures in Hotlanta

A boy tries to stay cool in a mist-blowing fan near the 18th green during a practice round of the 2011 PGA Championship Tournament at Atlanta Athletic Club. Photo: Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images

When it rains, it pours
The Rogers Cup in Toronto is off to a soggy start on Tuesday morning. Here’s hoping Serena Williams doesn’t float away. Peter J. Thompson/National Post

When it rains, it pours

The Rogers Cup in Toronto is off to a soggy start on Tuesday morning. Here’s hoping Serena Williams doesn’t float away. Peter J. Thompson/National Post

Crash into meBoston Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis falls into the photographer’s well while chasing a foul ball hit by Cleveland Indians’ Kosuke Fukudome in the ninth inning of their MLB American League baseball game. REUTERS/Brian SnyderSpeaking of baseball: Stephen Colbert takes over MLB’s Twitter feed today. We’ve got the best tweets so far.

Crash into me

Boston Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis falls into the photographer’s well while chasing a foul ball hit by Cleveland Indians’ Kosuke Fukudome in the ninth inning of their MLB American League baseball game. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Speaking of baseball: Stephen Colbert takes over MLB’s Twitter feed today. We’ve got the best tweets so far.

Joe O’Connor: From Tiger Woods to Ted Williams, our heroes are often heelsThere is something undeniably admirable about Tiger Woods. He is a bad seed, a bona fide jerk, an F-bomb dropping, porn star groping, beautiful wife betraying cad whose foibles — should he ever reclaim his place as golf’s Almighty God — will never be finessed away.God bless you, Tiger Woods. Why? Because he is simply being who he is and who he is, well, isn’t a man you would want your daughter to marry. Tiger’s personality is not like a golf swing. It is not a problem that can be fixed. Why even bother pretending it can?Sports heroes often turn out to be heels. And they often pretend they are something they are not. Photo: No, not her… the one on the left. With the hair. Bryon Bell was identified as the middle man for many of Tiger Woods’ illicit trysts. Now he’s caddying for him in place of the fired Stevie Williams. (Ron Kuntz/Reuters)

Joe O’Connor: From Tiger Woods to Ted Williams, our heroes are often heels
There is something undeniably admirable about Tiger Woods. He is a bad seed, a bona fide jerk, an F-bomb dropping, porn star groping, beautiful wife betraying cad whose foibles — should he ever reclaim his place as golf’s Almighty God — will never be finessed away.

God bless you, Tiger Woods. Why? Because he is simply being who he is and who he is, well, isn’t a man you would want your daughter to marry. Tiger’s personality is not like a golf swing. It is not a problem that can be fixed. Why even bother pretending it can?

Sports heroes often turn out to be heels. And they often pretend they are something they are not.

Photo: No, not her… the one on the left. With the hair. Bryon Bell was identified as the middle man for many of Tiger Woods’ illicit trysts. Now he’s caddying for him in place of the fired Stevie Williams. (Ron Kuntz/Reuters)

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