Category: Athletes

Twitter reacts to CM Punk's winning the WWE Title with tweets and hashtags

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-9528292055341919", enable_page_level_ads: true }); The wrestling world is in a buzz tonight and fans are taking to Twitter to tweet their reactions to a colossal victory by CM Punk over John Cena in what is being tweeted as one of greatest wrestling pay per views ever. Sponsored Links (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In Chicago on July 17th, 2011, CM Punk

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Tweets Of Congratulations Go Out To The U.S. Women's Soccer Team

The waiting is now over for those wanting to know who won the 2011 Women’s World Cup between the U.S. and Japan. Sponsored Links (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team after getting all the way to the World Cup final was stopped short in compleing its mission in a one for the ages run by Japan in a penalty kick shoot out today. Japan goes on to claim the 2011 Women’s World Cup in soccer. Now that this

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Tweets of the NFL Lockout possibly ending July 21st on Twitter

News of  the NFL lockout possibly ending this week hit the airwaves and Twitter tweetwaves this weekend in a big way. Inside sources close to the negotiations informed several reputable journalists including Chris Mortensen from ESPN that a 10 year collective bargaining agreement could be reached and possibly be ratified by the owners this Thursday, July 21st 2011. Sponsored Links (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); While sources indicate that there is growing

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Watson's Hole In One and Other British Open Hashtags

Tom Watson’s hole in one on the 6th hole during the 2nd round of the 2011 British Open Championship today is bringing out a lot of tweets with the #holeinone hashtag. Funny because the British Open had the least number of hole in ones of any of the four golf Majors, 6 at the time. Then, all of a sudden we see 2 in one tournament. Earlier in the first round Dustin Johnson had a hole in one on the 16th hole. The British Open has had the fewest hole in ones of all the Majors. But it

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Your Guide To The 2011 British Open Golf Tournament On Twitter

Whether you are just trying to find out who is leading golf’s 2011 British Open Championship or who is making a strong push to the top of the leaderboard you can get up to the minute, real live statistics on Twitter, especially if you are working, away from your computer and can receive tweets to your mobile phone. I found several Twitter accounts tweeting about the 2011 British Open at Royal St. George’s ; however, these first two feeds are must follows for constant up to the

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U.S. vs Japan Women's World Cup Soccer Final Twitter Guide

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team advances to the World Cup finals by beating France 3-1 earlier today (Wed). Japan defeated Sweden later in the day with a score of 3-1. Looks like the World Cup Final’s matchup is set: U.S. vs Japan. This will be the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s first appearance in the World Cup since 1999, a span of 12 years. France kept the game close until Abby Wambach’s header put the U.S. out in front and things quickly got

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U.S. vs France Women's Soccer Quarterfinals Tweets On Twitter

The 2011 Women’s World Cup has been exciting to say the least if your a U.S. fan. Tomorrow’s quarterfinal match between the U.S. and France will be hard pressed to equal or better the brilliance of the semifinal round against Brazil. Following the chatter on Twitter tonight under the #USWNT hashtag one of the first things I noticed was a little confusion on when does the Women’s World Cup Soccer Quarterfinal match, the U.S. vs France, actually begins. Some are getting

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Goalkeeper Hope Solo On Twitter: Tweets and Hashtags

The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s come from behind victory over Brazil has generated a lot of continuous national pride tweets on Twitter. But American pride and hashtag tweets like #USA are not the only thing that’s a buzz on Twitter as of late.   It seems one of the heroes from yesterday is starting to garner a lot of attention as well and rightfully so. So much attention that it is rumored her personal website crashed after the completion of the Brazil-USA

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Roger Clemens Perjury Trial Twitter, Tweets and Hashtag Guide

The Roger Clemens’ perjury trial is scheduled to begin this Wednesday and Twitter once again can be a great way to stay abreast of all the latest news and reports. You can follow all the tweets about Roger Clemens, the trial and trending Clemens’ hashtags all in one place here at tweeting.com. Roger Clemens is accused of lying under oath to a congressional committee about using steroids, particularly HGH.  The case primarily hinges on the evidence and testimony of

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U.S. Women's Soccer World Cup Twitter, Tweets and Hashtag Guide

With their stunning win over Brazil earlier today U.S. Women Soccer is and will be trending on Twitter. You can follow these Twitter accounts as well as  under severalhashtags including the #USWNT hashtag.  The U.S. Women’s National Team beats Brazil by winning 5-3 in penalty kicks and will advance to play France. Several women’s players on Twitter like Hope Solo and Christie Rampone saved the day. You can follow all the latest tweets and hastags for the upcoming games this

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Guide to Derek Jeter's Quest for 3,000 Hits on Twitter

I have been unable to locate an official Derek Jeter Twitter account anywhere. It’s too bad because I think he would be an outstanding tweeter on Twitter.   Derek Jeter is about to set the all-time hits record for a Yankee only player with his 3,000 hits. A Yankee only player record because he is the only Yankee to have done it playing for the Yankees and no other team.  It would be great to get a tweet or two about this historic event when it happens from the all time hits

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A Twitter's Guide to the NBA Lockout

Well, the NBA lockout is here and by the way people are talking on sports shows across the country NBA fans might need to dig in for the long haul. This means there will be lots of talking back and forth between owners, players, NBA management, executives and legal teams. League players and NBA fans everywhere must surely be frustrated and will no doubt be turning somewhere to vent. And where would you expect all these vent tweets to take place? You guessed it, Twitter. With this in mind I

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