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Top Sports Pics – April 10, 2015 |

Top Sports Pics – April 10, 2015

Nathan Smith
| Friday, April 10, 2015 8:57 p.m
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Racegoers attend 'Ladies Day' of the Grand National Festival horse race meeting at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool, England on April 10, 2015. The annual three-day meeting culminates in the Grand National which is run over a distance of four miles and four furlongs and is the biggest betting race in the United Kingdom.
Spectators wait at the 16th hole for golfers to play through during the second round of the Masters golf tournament Friday, April 10, 2015, in Augusta, Ga.
Liu Zige of China competes in the women's 100-meter butterfly preliminaries on day one of the China National Swimming Championships on April 9, 2015 in Baoji, Shanxi Province, China.
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Former NHL player Wayne Gretzky and his wife Janet Jones attend Round 2 of the 79th Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 10, 2015, in Augusta, Ga.
San Diego Padres shortstop Clint Barmes trips over left fielder Justin Upton while trying to catch a bloop fly hit by San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford in the 12th inning of a baseball game Thursday, April 9, 2015, in San Diego. The ball dropped for a two-base error and the Giants later won the game, 1-0, on a single by Justin Maxwell.
Carlos of Brazil's Atletico Mineiro, left, fights for the ball with Jose Anchico of Argentina's Santa Fe during a Copa Libertadores soccer game in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Thursday, April 9, 2015.
Catherine Walton on Ockey De Neulliac fall at Valentine's fence during the 16:05 Crabbie's Fox Hunters' Chase.

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