Twenty-two years ago O.J. Simpson beat a double murder rap. On Thursday he won parole in Nevada after serving nine years for robbery and kidnapping. Soon, if reports are to be believed, he could be starring in a reality show.
When torn knee cartilage threatened a Calgary man’s career as a professional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter, he kept his cool, stripped down to his underwear and climbed into a metal canister chilled to -145 C.