He looks like a man who has fought his way from the depths of hell. Win or lose, Condit has bared his fighting spirit in a way few others can claim, marrying professionalism and martial artistry together in a way that should make him a role model for following generations. For a while, it seemed like the pictures—and his highlight videos—might be all we had left. Sometime after taking part in the best fight of 2016—sorry, Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz fans—Condit’s year was over, he had determined. Not his entire year, but at least his participation in the thing he’s known for. The blood. The guts. The heart. It was all to be packed away in his equipment bag, zippered shut and stored away for
Pat Summitt’s last will and testament didn’t spread the property of the Tennessee women’s basketball coaching legend. Summitt gave all of her "tangible personal property" to her only son, Tyler. A copy of the will was obtained by the News Sentinel, and it specified that Summitt’s property included "automobiles, clothing, jewelry and other articles of personal use or ornament." Summitt’s home off Alcoa Highway in Blount County was put up for sale earlier this summer. She lived at Sherrill Hill Senior Living in Knoxville from late January until her death on June 28 after a five-year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease. The will is dated July 18, 2013. Summitt’s brother, Tommy Head, was
Kenyan marathoners Wesley Korir (left) and Eilud Kipchoge sandwich U.S. distance star Meb Keflezighi in Rio. As Olympians across the globe were welcomed home to massive celebrations this week, Kenya’s Olympic team remained in Rio de Janeiro while their country awaited cheaper flights out of Brazil.