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What a year this has been. We’ve survived lockdown, the Montreal Canadiens are in the NHL Playoffs, nature is healing.

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When it comes to social media, we're fed all kinds of different content every day. But, Molly Carlson, a Team Canada high diver from Montreal, provides us with some of the highest adrenaline videos out there.

She's raked in 2.3 million fans on TikTok plus 25k followers on Instagram with videos of her flying off a diving board in all kinds of ways.

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When Quebec red zone rules were first announced in early October, we discovered that organized sports would be prohibited during the 28-day lockdown, which has now been extended until November 23.

SPORTSQUÉBEC sent out a news release, which acts as an open letter to the Government of Quebec, asking that resuming organized sports be considered a high priority.

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Life is full of little pleasures and surprises, isn’t it? Like when you discover that hottie from your class liked your last picture on Instagram or when you find a 10$ bill in the pocket of a jacket you haven’t worn in ages.

Well, good news because I have another surprise for you: La Cage - Brasserie Sportive has a brand new menu.

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For some, when the snow melts and the rain ends, it means a time for hiking, street festivals, and markets. But for Montreal Motorcycle fans, the end of winter is a time to rev up those engines. As the dirt tracks become firm, the conditions for Motocross riding are just. about. perfect. 

And you know what this means? A free, two-day Freestyle MotoCross event in Montreal! Hells. Yes!

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Despite not being an especially sporty person, tennis has always been one form of team exercise that I’ve been able to get behind. The outfits are good, the Champagne is always cold, and even the least athletically gifted among us can basically get an idea of the rules if you watch the ball for long enough.

Whether you’re handy with a racket or not, this year’s Rogers Cup presented by National Bank has got you covered for summer entertainment from July 22 -31.

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We all remember how Miley Cyrus got seriously bad press for twerking on stage back in 2013. Turns out twerking is not as bad as you might think it is. If you look beyond the fact that it basically looks like dry humping, the rest is actually nothing but good news.

Let's look at the obvious first - girls who twerk are more fit. Not only are they more fit, but they're fit in all the right places. Twerking is one of the best exercises out there to shape your luscious booty, says Healthline. So if you want to have nice and round buns, you know what to do, girl!

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Normally we don't write about shoes, but when Nike released a limited edition Habs themed trainer, we just have to let the people know.

They also just released the actual self tying shoes from Back to the Future.

In the 90's Football/Baseball all star Bo Jackson did a Nike advertising campaign called Bo Knows where he was wearing some Montreal Canadiens colored shoes, he even appears in a full Habs uniform.

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Oliver Primeau, owner of the legendary Beachclub, is heading to London, UK with his team and neighbors from Super Aqua Club. They have received a special invitation from Redbull to visit Surf Snowdonia, the largest artificial wave in the world. They are planning to gather some information, get inspired and, possibly, build a similar structure at Beachclub back home.

Imagine how sick it would be?! A structure that pushes a massive artificial wave back and forth for surfers to enjoy. Montreal desperately needs to cater more to our surfing community. It will definitely bring our city's surf game to the next level.

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Every Montreal girl dates a guy who really passionately loves hockey at least once in her life. However, a lot of girls I know, myself included, don't really care about hockey at all. The only thing that actually remotely interests us is how hot the hockey players are and whether they have nice butts or something. The rest presents absolutely no value to us and to our lives in general. Sorry, but we're not really sorry. So here are 10 struggles of every Montreal girl who doesn't care about hockey at all.

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Soccer is pretty fun if you're good at it, but if you're anything like me and your foot-work is like that of a drunken duckling then soccer is just "okay". 

Inviting me to play soccer is like inviting me to run back and forth across a field for an hour. Not exactly my idea of fun.  But there's one kind of soccer I can picture myself having fun with.

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The Habs and the Bruins haven't even played a game against each other yet, but that hasn't stopped fans from feuding and talking smack.

One (seemingly) impartial history/hockey fan thought it would be useful to compare the two teams, not on their current playing ability or statistics, but on the many features of their respective cities.

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