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Juventus' Arturo Vidal, left, and Fabio Quagliarella celebrate after winning the Serie A overall soccer title, in a Turin hotel, Italy, Sunday, May 4, 2014. Juventus clinched its third straight and 30th overall Serie A title Sunday without even playing. With second-place Roma losing 4-1 at Catania, Juventus' eight-point lead became insurmountable because Roma only has two matches remaining. Juventus, which has three games to play, can celebrate when it hosts Atalanta on Monday although the Turin squad's players and coach Antonio Conte were already celebrating outside their team hotel wearing championship T-shirts. (AP Photo/Daniele Badolato, Lapresse)

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Juventus players celebrate after winning the Serie A overall soccer title, in a Turin hotel, Italy, Sunday, May 4, 2014. Juventus clinched its third straight and 30th overall Serie A title Sunday without even playing. With second-place Roma losing 4-1 at Catania, Juventus' eight-point lead became insurmountable because Roma only has two matches remaining. Juventus, which has three games to play, can celebrate when it hosts Atalanta on Monday although the Turin squad's players and coach Antonio Conte were already celebrating outside their team hotel wearing championship T-shirts. (AP Photo/Daniele Badolato, Lapresse)

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Juventus players celebrate after winning the Serie A overall soccer title, in a Turin hotel, Italy, Sunday, May 4, 2014. Juventus clinched its third straight and 30th overall Serie A title Sunday without even playing. With second-place Roma losing 4-1 at Catania, Juventus' eight-point lead became insurmountable because Roma only has two matches remaining. Juventus, which has three games to play, can celebrate when it hosts Atalanta on Monday although the Turin squad's players and coach Antonio Conte were already celebrating outside their team hotel wearing championship T-shirts. (AP Photo/Daniele Badolato, Lapresse)

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Juventus' Paul Pogba, foreground, celebrate with teammates after winning the Serie A overall soccer title, in a Turin hotel, Italy, Sunday, May 4, 2014. Juventus clinched its third straight and 30th overall Serie A title Sunday without even playing. With second-place Roma losing 4-1 at Catania, Juventus' eight-point lead became insurmountable because Roma only has two matches remaining. Juventus, which has three games to play, can celebrate when it hosts Atalanta on Monday although the Turin squad's players and coach Antonio Conte were already celebrating outside their team hotel wearing championship T-shirts. (AP Photo/Daniele Badolato, Lapresse)

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The flying crabs! Paul White of Captain White’s Seafood separates crabs as he prepares for an expected busy day at the Wharf on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Paul White of Captain White’s Seafood, pretends to take a bite out of a live crab to grab the attention of the three little girls standing in awe on a busy Sunday afternoon at the Wharf in Southwest on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Paul White, left, and Aubrey McCloud, right, of Captain White’s Seafood separates male and female crabs trying to stay ahead of the crowd during a busy Sunday afternoon at the Wharf in Southwest on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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A group of students from Toronto take in the sights as they relax near the Washington Monument on Sunday. May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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A local favorite Crabs! On bright Sunday afternoon Paul White of Captain White’s Seafood separates crabs trying to prepare for an expected busy day at the Wharf on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Paul White, left, and Aubrey McCloud, right, of Captain White’s Seafood separates male and female crabs trying to stay ahead of the crowd during a busy Sunday afternoon at the Wharf in Southwest on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Paul White, left, and Aubrey McCloud, right, of Captain White’s Seafood separates male and female crabs trying to stay ahead of the crowd during a busy Sunday afternoon at the Wharf in Southwest on Sunday, May 4. Khalid Naji-Allah Special to The Washington Times

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Winner of the 68th Tour de Romandie British Christopher Froome of team Sky Procycling, competes during the 5th and last stage, a 18,5 km race against the clock, at the 68th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, in the Stadium Maladiere in Neuchatel, Switzerland, Sunday, May 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Keystone, Laurent Gillieron)

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Winner of the 68th Tour de Romandie British Christopher Froome of team Sky Procycling, competes during the 5th and last stage, a 18,5 km race against the clock, at the 68th Tour de Romandie UCI ProTour cycling race, in the Stadium Maladiere in Neuchatel, Switzerland, Sunday, May 4, 2014. (AP Photo/Keystone, Laurent Gillieron)