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By Steve King
Topic - Wcw World Heavyweight Championship
Geno Auriemma is familiar with his assistant coaches for the world championship this fall.
They're the rodeo clowns of the World Championship Snowmobile Hill Climb.
China national women's basketball coach Sun Fengwu was proud of his young team's effort during its two-week trip to the United States.
Basketball's governing body says there have been no positive results from more than 60 random drug tests conducted at the world championship.
The last U.S. basketball team was so stacked that Dwyane Wade was the sixth man. Chris Paul and Chris Bosh were also part of that second unit, one good enough to beat any starting five in the world.
Basketball's governing body says more than 100 random drug tests will be conducted at the world championship, its largest program ever.