By Cork Gaines
BusinessInsider.com

Nike has unveiled its new track and field suits that will be worn by the Olympic teams representing four countries this summer in London. And if they are as good as advertised, records will fall.

In 2009, FINA, the governing body of international swimming, banned all high-tech swimsuits as a reaction to the pace at which world records were being broken in the 2008 Summer Olympics and subsequent events.

If too many records fall in London, it will be interesting to see if track and field will be forced to take a similar course of action.

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Creative head gear is a key aspect of tradition at the Kentucky Derby, and celebs such as Olympic ski champ Lindsey Vonn, TV stars Kate Walsh and Jeannie Mai, singers Cyndi Lauper, Mary J. Blige and Mary Wilson, and the ubiquitous Kim Kardashian were among those sporting distinctive looks this year.

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Adam "MCA" Yauch of the Beastie Boys died Friday after a nearly three-year battle with cancer of the salivary gland. The Beastie Boys were big sports fans and loved the New York Knicks in particular. Here's a look at some of their sports connections and lyrical name drops:

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By Cork Gaines
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The New York Yankees are no longer the highest-paid team in North American sports. Despite paying their players an average salary of $6.2 million, they have been surpassed by the Los Angeles Lakers, whose players make an average of $6.3 million.

And neither of those teams are the highest-paid worldwide.

Barcelona once again tops the list, paying an average salary of $8.7 million per player, or 40.3 percent more than the average salary on the Yankees.

The list includes teams representing six different professional sports leagues, and five different countries (all data via SportingIntelligence.com).

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