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|Helio Castroneves proved very adept at handling left curves in 2004.|
|Hey, unlike the streakers, at least the soccer players are in shape.|
"I've never had sex in a race car. That'd be pretty cool, though. I mean, it's something you've got to do as a race car driver, but not with just any old girl."
--Dale Earnhardt Jr., in the May issue of Maxim. "I've been waiting for this for weeks. I'm ready to cry."
--Marion Judd of Wheaton, Illinois, after her daughter, a cheerleader in the 2004 Lingerie Bowl, didn't get any camera time during the game. "Some of my players are too young to have seen such a large lady before and we went completely to pieces."
--Wimbledon manager Stuart Murdoch, after his team blew a 1-0 lead and lost a game, 2-1. The turning point came when a topless woman streaked. "I don't understand English, so it doesn't really matter."
--Indians pitching prospect Kazuhito Tadano, at a press conference after it was revealed that he appeared in a gay porn video in Japan. He was responding to a question about how he might handle heckling. "No one wants to be in my pants right now."
--Twins reliever Juan Rincon (who was, at the time, pantsless in the locker room) after surrendering four runs to the Yankees in the eighth inning in Game 4 of the ALDS. "I've got a fantastic body at the moment ... It was great to do it together so we can say to our kids, this is us in our prime."
--Australian swimmer Brooke Hanson, after posing nude with her boyfriend, Jared Clarke, for Black & White magazine. Hanson won silver in the 100m breaststroke in Athens.
|Sex & Sports gives a big high-five to beach volleyball.|
|Female Olympians were posing everywhere in 2004, including this FHM cover.|