This large image is squishing the content in the right column.
The other final touch you'll want to consider is to use spacer GIFs. You might recall from an earlier course that table columns can occasionally get squished. This illustration here is a perfect example. The soccer player image is so big that it's squishing the content in the right column.
In fact, the tabs at the tops of the columns give you precise feedback on what the problem is. The first column's tab reads "150(298)." This is a contradicting width. This means that the width for that column was specified to be 150 pixels wide, but the column grew to 298 pixels because of the excessive width of that image. Notice how the other column has a contradiction noted in the tab as well.
The solution for the first column is easy: You either remove or resize that image to make it smaller, or you change the column width to accommodate the image.
But to keep that second column from getting squished in the future, you should insert a spacer GIF into it so that it stays propped open.